During this pandemic, many organizations, groups, and people in general have found creative ways to bring community together via online events. We hope you see something you'd like to attend and support!
Department of Mental Health Presents:
Mental Health Promoters invites you to participate in Weekly Virtual Presentations every Friday, via Microsoft Teams, to learn about self-care techniques.
Me2/ Classical Music for Mental Health
Me2/ (“me, too”) is the world’s only classical music organization created for individuals with mental illnesses and the people who support them. A mental health diagnosis is not required to join. People that do live with mental illness are enthusiastically welcomed. Family and supporters of those experiencing mental illness can also participate.
To learn more about the program and sign-up, click here.
Springs of Hope Grief-Care Center: The Hope Table Talk
Every Last Monday of the Month
Springs of Hope Grief-Care Center: The Hope Table is a community service offering, in which virtual meetings are held every last Monday, to support anyone impacted by the death of a loved one and other major life changes. Virtual meetings are held on the last Monday of each month. To register for the monthly meetings, contact (562) 472-2635 or
Westmont Counseling Center Presents: Women's Trauma Support Group "Heal & Chill"
Join Westmont Counseling Center's Women's trauma support group, "Heal & Chill", where they provide a safe and caring environment to share your feelings and embrace the journey of life. Led by Kala Patterson, MBA ACSW & Bianca Aaron, LMFT APCC, every week via Zoom. For more information, please contact email@example.com.
Let's Be Whole's:
Weekly "Healthy Food Giveaway"
FREE healthy food available every week on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays until supplies last! Walk-up or drive-up is available and wearing a mask is REQUIRED. If you have a question, contact Nina Womack at firstname.lastname@example.org or (877) 594-1292.
Project Return: Peer Professional Training & Placement Program
The "Peer Professional Training & Placement Program" prepares people who are or have been consumers of mental health services for roles in the public mental health system as employees or volunteers to support the recovery of others. Project Return is accepting applications on a continual basis! To learn more about the program and to complete an application, click here.
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