Our September Suicide Prevention Month “Lunch and Learn” sessions were a big success and we want to acknowledge our staff, volunteers, community partners, donors, and sponsors for making this new addition to our programming possible.
#CSSCommunityShares is a way for our CSS community to have an opportunity to share things that helps us get through challenging moments and we hope could be helpful for you too! Today, one of our staff members shares a video link for the panda cam at the National Zoo. #FeelGoodFriday
"I find myself going to this page when I just need a break from everything or find that I need a pick-me-up"-CSS Staff Member
The holidays can be a difficult time of the year for some. Mental Health America has put together a resource called Hope for the Holiday, where you can find information on where to find support, how to navigate the holidays when they're not uplifting, resources for those mourning lost traditions, and much more.
[If you're in Alameda County and you or someone you know needs support, we are here 24/7 at 1-800-309-2131, it's free and confidential. Youth can also text the word "safe" to 20121 between 4pm-11pm daily. Standard message rates apply. Outside of Alameda County can call 1-800-273-8255.] ... See MoreSee Less
For many people, the holidays conjure up a Norman Rockwell-esque mental picture of people gathered to enjoy food, friends, and family, accompanied by feelings of love, warmth, and excitement. But for....
Are you an agency, organization, or community group in Alameda County that wants to learn more about Crisis Support Services of Alameda County? Invite us for a FREE agency overview to learn about our programs, including the crisis and text line, counseling services, community education, and volunteering. It's a great way to become familiar with our agency and to learn how we can be a resource to the community. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a presentation or to get more information.
[ Image description: on a light purple background in black text, it says ""Learn about us!" Below that, it says, "Invite CSS for an agency overview to learn more about our services. Contact email@example.com." On the top left and bottom right corners are drawings of pink flowers. In the top right is the logo for Crisis Support Services of Alameda County] ... See MoreSee Less
[Image description: Image from the back of two people with light colored hair, hugging from the side with one of their arms around the other, one is wearing a sleeved shirt carrying black backpack, other person is wearing a green hoodie carrying a white tote-bag. They are walking through a field of green bushes and tall grass. In a burnt orange text at top of image, "Thank You" is displayed at the top of image against a blue sky.] ... See MoreSee Less
The emotional impact of working in #HealthCare and #PublicHealth settings to help our communities through this #COVID19 crisis is real and valid. We see you and we're available to listen and provide support on our support line @ 510-420-3222. Check out additional resources from Mental Health America for mental health support in link below.