The Everyone Counts Campaign maintains a high level of respect for the many, varied cultural values, traditions, beliefs, practices, and preferences of individuals living with mental health challenges and their families, communities and organizations. For many consumers and their families, spirituality is an essential element in an integrated approach to resilience, wellness, and recovery. The Everyone Counts campaign supports and promotes the special celebrations, observances, learning opportunities, and other intimate and community activities that create nurturing spaces for spirituality to flourish.
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PEERS’ Spirituality gathering is designed to unite people of all faith-based communities to discuss the role of spirituality in wellness.
Ever wondered how lava lamps are made? Reflections and Expressions participants made their own lamps yesterday! Reflections and Expressions is PEERS' art therapy support group that meets on the last Wednesday of each month from 3:00 to 4:30 PM.
On Tuesday, October 4th, all roads led to Alameda County’s annual Mental Health Day of Prayer, an event paying special tribute to Oakland’s mental health consumers and supporters.
Mental Health Day of Prayer is a national event to raise awareness about Mental Health, and an opportunity to share how spirituality can aid in recovery and help maintain wellness.
Read how mask making allowed participants of a recent POCC Workshop to have an introspective look at internalized labels, and how they came to love their selves even more.