RCC receives $250,000 Grant to Help Improve Your Mental Health and Wellness
Did you know young adults, age 18-25, are considered “high risk” for mental health distress and thoughts of suicide? It can be overwhelming to maintain all the pressures of job, life and relationships while attending college and RCC Health & Psychological Services wants to help students manage the stress and be successful in school and life.
The campus-based mental health grant awarded to RCC by California Mental Health Services Authority (CalMHSA) will allow RCC to focus on promoting, providing and enhancing mental health resources and support for students. What does that mean for you (the student)?
How Can I GET involved?
Be a part of this life-enhancing and life-saving program by:
If you would like information on how to become a Student Mental Health Ambassador, click Here!
If you have further questions about how you can become involved, please contact the grant Director of Peer-to-Peer Support, Angela Boland at 951-222-8151 or email@example.com. Here’s to good health!
“Compassion. Action. Change.” express the organization’s belief that our programs and services embrace and nurture mental wellness in all Californians, that our processes are collaborative and community-oriented, and that we are accountable for results.
Funded by the voter approval Mental Health Services Act (Prop. 63).
The California Mental Health Services Authority (CalMHSA) is an organization of county governments working to improve mental health outcomes for individuals, families and communities. Prevention and Early Intervention programs implemented by CalMHSA are funded through the voter-approved Mental Health Services Act (Prop 63). Prop 63 provides the funding and framework needed to expand mental health services to previously underserved populations and all of California’s diverse communities.