The ECC is currently focused on working closely with the Latino community to ensure we are providing services that are culturally appropriate. Find out more about wellness for Latino/a/xs.
The Everyone Counts Speakers' Bureau is a group of individuals, with diverse backgrounds, interests, talents, and aspirations, who have both lived experience of stigma and discrimination related to mental health and on how to build and maintain wellness.
Since 2006, the Pool of Consumer Champions (POCC) has been an active grass roots group of consumers geographically representing Alameda County.
In traditional Chinese cultures, having a mental health challenge can cause a person to “lose face” or standing.
People with mental health challenges may face a variety of serious barriers when seeking safe and affordable housing.
Primary Care doctors practice on the front lines where many consumers present with mental health challenges that connect to their physical health concerns.
In Alameda County, low-income African Americans with serious mental illness (and co-occurring disorders) represent 25% of the population, yet receive 40% of all mental health services.