Welcome to the Your Voice Counts Forum. The forum is part of California’s Mental Health Movement Each Mind Matters and the statewide suicide prevention campaign in California: Know the Signs. Both of these initiatives are part of statewide efforts funded by counties through the Mental Health Services Act (MHSA) to prevent suicide, reduce stigma and discrimination against mental illness, and promote student mental health. Visit the Resource Center to view and download suicide prevention outreach and media materials. (No sign-up required). Sign-up to receive announcements about new resources, research and events related to suicide prevention and to participate in work groups.
Visit the Your Voice Counts Resource Center to access all the Know The Signs campaign materials for review or download.
Use restrictions apply to some of the materials.
Assessing and Managing Suicide Risk training for clinicians March 3 and March 5 - mental health professionals
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Register for Feb 4 webinar:Training Resource Guide for Suicide Prevention in Primary Care Settings
Deadline for the Paul G. Quinnett Lived Experience Writing Contest is February 28th, 2015
Webinar for “El Rotafolio” (Flip Chart): Spanish Language Resources for Promotores
Resources at a Glance
Know the Signs is a California-based, statewide suicide prevention social marketing campaign. Its overall goal is to prepare more Californians to prevent suicide by encouraging them to know the warning signs, find the words to reach out to someone in crisis and reach out to local resources.
- To view and download suicide prevention outreach and media materials visit the Resource Center: http://resource-center.yourvoicecounts.org/
- Download a hand-out with an overview of the campaign and available resources and publications: http://resource-center.yourvoicecounts.org/content/know-signs-campaign-overview
Know the Signs is part of Each Mind Matters- California’s Mental Health Movement.
- View and download a wide range of suicide prevention and mental health outreach and media materials here: http://resource-center.yourvoicecounts.org/content/campaign-toolkit-catalog
- To find a mental health speaker near you visit: www.speakourminds.org