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Behavioral Health

  1. Mental Health and Substance Use Advisory Board Meeting

    February 5, 2021, 10:00 AM - 12:30 PM @ The meeting will be held via ZOOM. See the agenda for the ZOOM Link

    The Mental Health and Substance Use Advisory Board (MHSUAB) is comprised of consumers, family members and community members appointed by the Board of Supervisors to advise the Behavioral Health Department. The MHSUAB meets monthly with the Behavioral Health Director to provide advice, guidance and recommendations. The MHSUAB may discuss or review topics related to policy, procedures, target population, budget, staffing, program development, service needs, assessment and priorities. The MHSUAB may request presentations from programs or staff in specific areas of interest. An Annual Report from the MHSUAB is provided to the BOS highlighting progress and accomplishments.

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Library - Grass Valley

  1. Teen Wellness

    February 5, 2021, 9:00 AM - 9:30 AM

    Teens, let's focus on your wellbeing. Each week, we'll practice a different wellness activity on the Library's YouTube Channel. All videos will be archived so they can be accessed at any time.

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  2. D&D on Discord

    February 5, 2021, 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

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Library - Madelyn Helling Library

  1. Nevada City Story Walk

    February 5, 2021, 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM

    Walk through downtown Nevada City and enjoy the Story Walk of Home to Medicine Mountain a book by Chiori Santiago featured in participating shop windows. This walk begins at Harmony Books, 130 Main St. Nevada City. The book is about a time in the 1930s when two young brothers are sent to a government-run Indian residential school -- an experience shared by generations of Native American children. At these schools, children are forbidden to speak their native tongue and are taught to abandon their Indian ways. Native American artist Judith Lowry's illustrations are inspired by the stories she heard from her father and uncle. The lyrical narrative and compelling paintings blend memory and myth in this bittersweet story of the boys' journey home one summer and the healing power of their culture.

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  2. Using Art to support Mental Health and Foster Resiliency

    February 5, 2021, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

    In this series we will explore how creative practices can be an ally in managing your mental health and fostering your resiliency. Each session you will learn about a different facet of resiliency or stress management and complete a visual art activity as a way to deepen your understanding of the subject. Topics covered will include self-soothing, fostering positive feelings, and exploring identity Using Art to Access Positive Feelings In this session we will learn about how accessing positive feelings supports us in managing stress and overcoming adversity. This will include an abstract art activity followed by some free writing.

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  3. ONLINE Lawyer in the Library

    February 5, 2021, 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM

    Get free legal help from an attorney online on the first Friday of each month. Sign up for a free 15-minute legal consultation with a local volunteer attorney. Sign-ups are a first come, first serve basis. Those who have an existing case are encouraged to bring all of their legal documents with them to the consultation. The Lawyer in the Library program is ideal for self-represented litigants in need of general legal guidance. Lawyers in the Library help with matters including, but not limited to, family law, probate, landloard/tenant, small claims, employment, restraining orders and elder abuse. Lawyer in the Library is designed to help people who cannot afford private legal services. In order to preserve our volunteer lawyer's valuable time, we ask participants to sign up for the next available time slot and to show up on time in order to participate. *Lawyer in the Library events with no registrants are subject to cancellation.

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  4. ONLINE Lawyer in the Library

    February 5, 2021, 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM

    Get free legal help from an attorney online on the first Friday of each month. Sign up for a free 15-minute legal consultation with a local volunteer attorney. Sign-ups are a first come, first serve basis. Those who have an existing case are encouraged to bring all of their legal documents with them to the consultation. The Lawyer in the Library program is ideal for self-represented litigants in need of general legal guidance. Lawyers in the Library help with matters including, but not limited to, family law, probate, landlord/tenant, small claims, employment, restraining orders and elder abuse. Lawyer in the Library is designed to help people who cannot afford private legal services by coordinating and facilitating access to information and referrals provided by local volunteer attorneys. *Lawyer in the Library events with no registrants are subject to cancellation.

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