HOY: Únase a un foro virtual el 26 de octubre de 5 a 6:30 pm para compartir con nosotros cuáles son sus principales necesidades y prioridades para una recuperación equitativa de la pandemia de COVID-19. Para obtener más información, visite https://cmo.smcgov.org/smc-equity
The clinics are all operated or supported by San Mateo County Health. All are open to residents who live or work in San Mateo County and may be scheduled through MyTurn, though appointments are not required. Residents may register on site. Clinics may adjust ending times based on vaccine supply, demand, and other factors.
The clinics listed below are first-dose clinics. Residents receiving a first dose are automatically scheduled in MyTurn to receive a second dose at a clinic 21 days ahead for Pfizer and 28 days for Moderna. (Residents needing a second dose may attend a first-dose clinic if they bring their vaccine card to validate that the timing is appropriate for their second dose.)
Mon, 5/10- 6:30pm-7:30pm | Museum of Mental Health Location: Zoom (Registration Form) Details: Visit museum, located on the site of the 130-year-old hospital used as the filming location for the Academy Award-winning movie “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest,” and now dedicated to education and fostering understanding of the many issues of mental illness, and helping to remove stigma. Language: English Contact: John Weaver | email@example.com
Wed, 5/12- 1pm-2:30pm | Photovoice Panel Presentation by LEEW & Co Location: Zoom Link or Dial 669-900-6833 (Meeting ID: 934 8070 2047 | Passcode: 207173) Details: The Photovoice ‘Hope for Change’ project theme will encourage participants to frame their Photovoice stories around Hope, Resilience, Community Inclusion and mental health wellness. Their stories will share recovery and wellness journeys and processes in ways that will be clear, concise and connecting journals of human experience that will touch and engage members of the public. Language: English Contact: Jairo Wilches | JWilches@smcgov.org or Lee Harrison | LEHarrison@smcgov.org
Wed, 5/12- 6pm-7pm | Meditation as an Approach to Handle Anxiety Uncertainty Location: Via Zoom (Registration Form) Details: We’re living in a time that often feels confusing and stressful. People are more anxious and many experience a struggle to stay positive and true to our inner core. Through regular meditation, we can experience profound peace, bliss, and happiness. Umesh Bhatia, a long-time meditator, will share the scientific research around meditation and offer a simple meditation technique you can use every day. We look forward to seeing you at this informative and centering experience. Language: English Contact: Jessic Ormonde | Ormonde@smcl.org
I hope you are well! Now that our submission period has ended for the Directing Change annual Film Contest, we wanted to share March’s Hope & Justice prompt: “Hope for Change.” We are looking for art pieces exploring mental health, hope, resilience, and change. In preparation for Mental Health Awareness month in May, we are asking for submissions to creatively incorporate a lime green ribbon, as lime green is the color that represents mental health. Please share this opportunity with young people ages 12-24 that might be interested and your networks! The deadline to submit to “Hope for Change”is March 31st!
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We want to learn about what the impact of remote services has had on the quality of BHRS services. Your responses to this survey will help us to understand what barriers you still encounter for remote interactions during the COVID-19 health emergency. Your feedback will help BHRS better address issues with and develop strategies for remote client engagement during the pandemic and after the health emergency is over.
Si necesita apoyo de vivienda, ¡visite nuestra página de recursos COVID-19 para conectarse con organizaciones que prestan servicio a residentes del Condado de San Mateo! https://cmo.smcgov.org/covid-19-resources