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About half of voting-age adults do not vote, but the simple act of voting is one of the most empowering actions you can take to make a difference in the future of your overall mental health and wellness.
On Tuesday, October 4th, all roads led to Alameda County’s annual Mental Health Day of Prayer, an event paying special tribute to Oakland’s mental health consumers and supporters.
In the spirit of Mental Health Awareness and the upcoming World Mental Health Day, Peers Envisioning and Engaging in Recovery Services (PEERS) is pleased to announce that we received a grant from the Hope & Grace Fund.
The CAAT hosted a Wellness Day Event to share the findings from the Chinese-American Stigma and Discrimination project with their community with a day of wellness activities for all to enjoy.
"It is with mixed emotions that I share that I will be transitioning out of PEERS in early September."