Current Events in Mental Health Current Events in Mental Health

Due to COVID-19 most on-campus facilities are closed. College services are still available. You can reach Mental Health Services by calling the office number 209-588-5346  and leaving a message/ or emailing oxfordt@yosemite.edu.  Telephone and zoom appointments are available for FALL 2020. 

Click here for Weeks of Welcome upcoming campus events for Fall 2020. 

RECORDINGS available for

Weeks of Welcome Health and Wellness Zoom events: 

8/26/20  Welcome to Campus Health and Wellness Resources with Tamara Oxford, Mental Health Coordinator and Laureen Campana, Health Services Coordinator    

9/2/20  YES Partnership  and Walk for HOPE with Serena Orman-Ochs. Also see: yespartnership.net

9/9/20 Lantern of Light/Suicide Prevention with Cynthia Halman and Kim Garro  Also see: lanternoflight.org

9/16/20  Problem Gambling.  Learn more about the California Council on Problem Gambling, which is dedicated to assisting problem gamblers and those affected by their gambling by promoting awareness, education, research, prevention and offering free treatment.   Also see:  calpg.org  or 1-800-GAMBLER (426-2537

9/23/20   Amador County Tobacco Reduction and STAAND Against Big Tobacco. For more information about these programs, including Leadership training, volunteering and paid campus internships contact Jose Montoya, jmontoya@healthcollaborative.org or Tivoli Walker, twalker@healthcollaborative.org 

9/30/20  National Alliance on Mental Illness, NAMI with Mary Leamy.  An overview of the resources and support offered by the local NAMI organization.  See also: nami.org or https://www.facebook.com/NAMITuolumneCounty/ 

10/7/20  Center for a Non Violent Community presentation with Pam Orebaugh.  Learn about the diverse resources our local Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault and Human Trafficking Crisis agency has to offer.  For more information see CNVC. For crisis or support information the 24/7 phone line is 209-533-3401.  Instagram @CNVCSonora   Facebook Center for a Non Violent Community

10/21/20 Introduction to QPR presentation by Ken Baldwin, trainer for QPR in association with Calaveras County Behavioral Health.  QPR  (Question, Persuade, Refer) a Suicide Prevention and Awareness training program.  For more info: kbaldwin57@comcast.net 

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