Report from Mental Health California and Kaiser Permanente highlights the impacts of trauma on system-involved youth along with key suggestions for system improvements from a youth lived-experience perspective.
This report provides a detailed guide for communities to use to create a
vision and direction for their behavioral health crisis systems, to evaluate their current behavioral health crisis capacities
and to operationalize a strategy for implementing structures, services and processes that move toward an ideal crisis
Explore programs and services in the crisis care continuum throughout California.
Emotional CPR (eCPR) is a program and practice developed by persons with a lived experience of recovery from trauma or mental health challenges to train community members from diverse backgrounds to support others through mental health crises.
A new lawsuit claims Black Americans with mental illness are being forced into traumatic emergency room stays.