If you live/work/go to school in San Mateo County & are 12-25 years old, please take 15 min to fill out this survey put on by @smcyc2014 & @SMCHealth to understand marijuana knowledge, attitudes, and behavior among youth and young adults.https://t.co/UzLxJBJBOw pic.twitter.com/z5NGxkwDtn
— DCYHC (@Dalycityyouth) March 21, 2018
Category Archives: County
Join San Mateo County Supervisor David Canepa for the second annual cultural & resource fair from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on March 31 at Jefferson High School. For more details, check out the event on Facebook or Eventbrite.
For information in Spanish and Chinese… Read more
California Clubhouse is looking for dynamic, hard-working, compassionate individuals who want to make a difference in the lives of adults recovering from mental illness. The opening is for a full time, hourly Program Staff Generalist. See the position description for more information.
New BHRS Director David Young will join the National Alliance on Mental Illness San Mateo County (NAMI SMC) for their next general meeting to share his background, perspectives, values and ideas to enhance the County’s behavioral health system. NAMI SMC general meetings are free and open to the public.
March 28, 2018 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
Hendrickson Auditorium, Mills Health Center
100 S. San Mateo Drive
San Mateo, CA 94401 United States
On February 8, the Coastside Outpatient Mental Health Clinic participated in a homeless service day, coordinated by the City of Half Moon Bay and the Human Services Agency.
A heavily populated homeless encampment behind the Safeway in Half Moon Bay will be closed by early April. In contrast to other cities that have quickly removed homeless encampments with little notice, Half Moon Bay is taking a planned, phased approach. The goal of the service day was to connect homeless individuals on site to services to support them through this transition.
There were over 27 individual service providers and 14 county agencies and departments, including the Homeless Outreach Team, Adult Resource Management, Coastside Hope and San Mateo Medical Center. Read more
Tell us what you think! BHRS’ Community Health Promotion Unit and the San Mateo County Youth Commission are conducting a survey to understand marijuana knowledge, attitudes and behavior among youth and young adults. The survey is open to 12-25 year olds who live, work, and/or go to school in San Mateo County, until the end of March.
If you want to help inform the creation of a marijuana education campaign and get the chance to win a $100 Amazon gift card, then take the survey today! Please share the link with all who may be interested: https://marijuana.surveyanalytics.com.
Behavioral Health and Recovery Services is seeking to contract with licensed clinical social workers, marriage and family therapists, licensed professional clinical counselors, psychologists, psychiatrists and nurse practitioners to provide mental health services to San Mateo County Medi-Cal and CareAdvantage beneficiaries under a managed care system.
We offer highly competitive rates, which have recently been increased, and a chance to build your practice- or if you’re already established, a chance to give back to the community! Please contact provider relations at 650-573-2242 if you’re interested in joining the BHRS private provider network. See the Private Provider Network brochure for more information.