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Mental Health Resources
For Where You Live

When you or someone you know wants to find help for mental health problems, you can find specific information for the county where you live.

This website is continuously being developed with the support of numerous Rotarians and other organizations in Northern California who are committed to helping end the stigma associated with mental health.

Share this resource with family members, friends, and your community, and let’s make the world a lot better for so many.

DISCOVER THE HEALING RESOURCES OF YOUR LOCAL COMMUNITY

Mental Health Resources

From anxiety and depression to stress-related disorders, mental health issues affect individuals from all walks of life, transcending age, gender, and socioeconomic background.

As we continue to navigate through life’s challenges and uncertainties, it becomes increasingly vital to have access to reliable mental health resources that can provide support, guidance, and treatment when needed.

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Many kids are in crisis and need support

As Parents, we know exactly what to do when our child falls physically ill. However, when it comes to mental wellbeing, many of us need more support than Google can provide. Many of us have no prior experience with depression or anxiety. Tell My Story is here to help! We offer support for kids, youth, and families as they navigate the challenges of mental health. To learn more about our work, visit TellMyStory.org

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Rotary's Challenge

To Create Hope in The World

Rotary District 5130 established this website in response to the tragic loss of Rotary International President Gordon McInally’s brother to suicide. His poignant account serves as a reminder that those closest to us may be silently struggling. The purpose of this site is to provide a platform for accessing valuable resources that can offer assistance. By sharing this link with others, we can help them access the support they require to address the hidden suffering related to mental health.

It’s important to recognize that everyone knows someone who could benefit from help, and sometimes it’s ourselves who are in need. Let’s collaborate in eradicating the shame associated with seeking mental health assistance.

Mental Health Crisis Services

Youth Mental Health Services

Older Adult Mental Health Services

Veteran Mental Health Services

Your Community Cares

Discover what these local ogranizations are doing to support positive mental health practices in our community.

The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW Local 551)

Combating The Stigma Around Mental Health

IBEW 551 The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW 551) is proud to co-sponsor this website, which aligns our organization with Rotary’s initiative to combat the stigma surrounding mental health. We acknowledge the suffering of individuals who frequently conceal their feelings and neglect available support.

National Center for PTSD

Supporting Veteran Mental Health

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Languages: English, Spanish

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For informational purposes only. Consult your local medical authority for advice.