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Strength in Community: How to Cope with COVID-19 in SLO County

The County Behavioral Health Department is urging community members to continue to stay strong as COVID-19 continues to affect the physical and mental health of residents.

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A Message to Our Community in This Time of Conflict

Behavioral Health is committed to address these impacts through education, treatment, outreach, and advocacy for system change.

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We Must Not Turn to Discrimination during COVID-19

The Behavioral Health Cultural Competence Committee urges everyone to work together with compassion, unity, and inclusion in this stressful time.

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MHSA "Facebook Live" Town Hall Meeting May 27th

The County’s Mental Health Services Act (MHSA) programs and plans will be the focus of a “Facebook Live” town hall presentation and meeting on Wednesday, May 27, 5:30-6:30pm.

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Now More than Ever We Need to Take Care of our Mental Health

The Behavioral Health Department is encouraging community members to be involved in May Mental Health Awareness Month.