The pandemic made countless changes to how we approach the world around us – including how we prioritize and spend our time, who we spend that time with, how our actions impact our larger community and importantly: how we can best support the mental health of ourselves and others.
I have been seeing practitioners for my mental health since I was 13 years old – which means I have been working to support both my mental health and, ultimately, my physical health for over 50 years. It hasn’t always been easy, but I have always fought for my own well-being by doing whatever it […]
Pastor Joy Johnson shares what Juneteenth means to her and how allies and members of the African American/Black Community can honor this observance.
Sacramento County, like so many others, has been significantly impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic as well as heightened discussions and awareness around social injustice and racism over the past year. In recognition of Mental Health Month this May, the “Mental Illness: It’s not always what you think” project is helping to raise awareness about the […]