The report is an actionable roadmap for change calling for California to make an immediate and strong commitment to reduce the number of individuals with mental illness who become involved with the criminal justice system and improve outcomes for mentally ill individuals in custody and upon release from custody into the community.
This publication outlines recommendations for a statewide suicide prevention plan to reduce suicide and suicidal behavior including thoughts of suicide, and associated harm to families, loved ones, and communities, and to improve outcomes for survivors of suicide attempts and their families.
This plan outlines public health recommendations and strategies to prevent suicide that are aligned with national calls for advancements in innovation and health care access.
MHSOAC shares concerns about the mental health ramifications of COVID-19, and recommends a variety of actions for the state and counties to take.
This short guide covers the primary causes of employee burnout, the impact of remote work on employees, and challenges specific to working parents, along with highlighting potential steps to reduce employee burnout.