• Physical distancing is difficult for us all. Please click to see our Each Mind Matters resources for tips and ways to stay connected during this difficult time. Stay safe and stay well.
  • CalMHSA, in partnership with the Alameda County Behavioral Health Care Services, is proud to announce the Alameda County Loan Repayment Program (ACLRP) opportunity.
  • CalMHSA is proud to announce the Prevention and Early Intervention Request for Proposals for Fiscal Years 2020-2023.
  • What will it take to break the stigma?
  • Together we can pave the new path of understanding.

Revolutionizing Compassion for Healing

 

At CalMHSA, we pioneer cutting-edge research and programs to educate and support Californians in stopping the stigma around mental health. Through you help in funding, we can continue to break down walls and build the connections needed for a healthier and more transparent California. You’re not alone; we help you remember that!

 

Our Signature Programs

A vital component of Proposition 63, PEI includes suicide prevention, stigma and discrimination reduction, and student mental health.

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Our primary purpose is to increase access to mental health care and to promote early detection of symptoms, even predict the onset of mental illness.

Learn More about Innovations

One of the largest issues at state hospitals, was and continues to be, lack of capacity. See what we’re doing to change that.

Learn More about State Hospitals

Announcements

Los Angeles County Mini-Grant Program (UPDATE 8/11/2020):

When the LA County Department of Mental Health and CalMHSA set out to provide mini-grants to community innovation projects, the vision was to create community conveneings that brought people together to improve the wellbeing of people in LA County.

The current pandemic has made these kinds of efforts difficult, and we regret to announce that we need to postpone awarding grants until we receive more clarity from state and local partners on how to proceed. Both LACDMH and CalMHSA remain committed to supporting innovative and community-centered mental health efforts, and we are working to adapt grant and program design to meet our new physical distancing realities.

While we cannot fully understand the impact these delays may have on various projects, we appreciate everything that applicants have done to rethink wellbeing in their respective communities, and we hope to revisit this process when the pandemic subsides. Despite the uncertainty, we will continue to support community organizations as we are all in this together. Please do not hesitate to reach out with any questions, feedback, or concerns.

We will notify all previous and current applicants on all communication channels to ensure everyone is aware as changes develop. We hope you and your communities remain safe and healthy, and we are here to help support despite the challenges we all currently face.

CalMHSA, in partnership with the Alameda County Behavioral Health Care Services, is proud to announce the Alameda County Loan Repayment Program (ACLRP) opportunity. These grants seek to continue to provide financial incentive to retain qualified, eligible employees in hard to fill/retain positions in the Alameda County Behavioral Health Care system.

To view the ACLRP Program Guide, click HERE

Click HERE to apply

NOTICE: An informational webinar will be available on 7/29/2020. The webinar will provide assistance to applicants in completing the application process.

For any questions, please email ACLRP@calmhsa.org.

Meetings

Executive Committee Teleconference
Date: Thursday, August 20, 2020
Time: 3:00-4:00 PM
Location: Teleconference

Agenda

Board of Directors Meeting
Date: Thursday, December 10, 2020
Time: 3:00-4:00 PM
Location: TBD

Our Partners