- Upcoming systems change events are listed here.
- Helping Hands of Lompoc August Calendar English | Spanish
- RLC/Fellowship Club Santa Barbara August Calendar English | Spanish
- July and August Calendar, Santa Barbara Peer Empowerment
- July 26: 2016-2017 MHSA Plan Update available for 30-day public comment
- August Santa Barbara Community Wellness Program Calendar
- August 22 Santa Barbara: Little Caesars Love Kitchen - Free pizza for hungry and homeless people, 12 noon, Salvation Army, 4849 Hollister (at Turnpike)
- August 31: Public Hearing conducted by Mental Health Commission on FY 2016-17 MHSA Plan Update. 1 - 2:30 pm. Children's Clinic Large Conference Room, 429 N. San Antonio Road, Santa Barbara and via teleconferencing, Santa Maria Adult Clinic Annex Conference Room. Submit feedback at the meeting and/or online here. Agenda is here.
- September is National Recovery Month
- September Santa Barbara Community Wellness Program Calendar
- September 9: Santa Barbara: Presentation on Eating Disorders, 12 noon - 1 pm, Mental Wellness Center, RSVP 884-8440 or email@example.com.
- September 10 Carpinteria: World Suicide Prevention Day Observed by Candlelight Vigil. Details in English | Spanish
- September 21 Santa Maria: Good Samaritan Shelter hosts Recovery Day in the Park, 4-6 pm, Buena Vista Park.
- September 24 Lompoc: Recovery Day in the Park, Ryon Park, 11 am - 4 pm.
- September 30 Santa Barbara: Celebration of Recovery Month, Alameda Park, 4-6 pm.
- October 12: Bridges to Resilience for Children and Youth: Connecting Our Community through Trauma-Informed Care, Buellton Marriott, 8:30 am - 4:00 pm.
Each year we provide a variety of behavioral health services to thousands of adults countywide.
Most mental illness begins during adolescence and early adulthood. We promote prevention and resiliency.
Child and Family Outpatient Service Sites assist children with emotional and mental health challenges and their families.
Alcohol and Other Drugs
We promote the prevention of, and recovery from, addiction and mental illness among individuals, families and communities.
Explore engagement opportunities through the Mental Health Commission, the Advisory Board on Alcohol and Other Drug Problems and the Systems Change initiative.