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NAMI Family-to-Family

December 11, 2018

If you have a loved one who lives with mental health challenges such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, major depressive disorder or other serious mental illness, you may not realize how much you have in common with other families, caregivers, partners, co-workers and friends. Family-to-Family is designed with you in mind. What is it? NAMI Family-to-Family more »

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Become a Peer Support Specialist!

March 21, 2019

Goodwill Redwood Empire is now taking applications for its next Peer Support Specialist Certification Training class that begins May 21, 2019 and continues through August 22, 2019. This free training program is designed to prepare peers with lived mental health experience for certification in Sonoma County. Classes will be held three times per week on more »

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New Resiliency Skill-Building Group for Wildfire Survivors

February 25, 2019

Child Parent Institute (CPI) of Santa Rosa is offering a six-week, facilitated self-help group for adults who were impacted by the wildfires. Meets Thursdays, 9am to 10:30am, Feb 28, Mar 7,14,28 and Apr 4&11 at CPI, 3642 Standish Ave, Santa Rosa. Free. Register at www.calparents.org/classes or call 707-585-6108, ext 1240 or 1220.

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For Fire Survivors: Monthly “Forest Bathing” Walks Resume in March 2019

February 21, 2019

Led by Susan Karle, LMFT, a certified Forest Therapy guide, these gentle walks, at Sugarloaf Ridge State Park in Kenwood, are free to those impacted by our Fires. The monthly walks are sponsored by Healthcare Foundation of Northern Sonoma County. Parking fees will be waived by TeamSugarloaf/Sonoma Ecology Center. Registration is required. For more information, more »

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We Can All Advocate for Acceptance

November 19, 2018

In its latest issue, California Health Report addresses the issue of “bullying at every turn,” from home to school and the doctor’s office, experienced by transgender and gender-diverse youth. Like other groups facing discrimination, they are more often victims of prejudice and violence and are disproportionately affected by depression, anxiety and risk of suicide. But more »

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