Social Connection at a Glance
The Social Connection team currently administers Peers Helping Peers, Facilitadores Comunitarios, Walk With Friends, and Mente Sana Vida Sana.
Peers Helping Peers: Peers Helping Peers is a CAL MHSA funded program aimed to reduce mental health stigma and improve mental wellness for youth and young adults (16-26) as well as Spanish-speaking adults in Sacramento County.
Facilitadores Comunitarios: Facilitadores Comunitarios follows the same curriculum as Peers Helping Peers by is administered entirely in Spanish.
Walk With Friends: Walk with Friends is a community-centered network of walking groups across Sacramento designed to increasing active living and social connection among residents by utilizing their local parks and walking trails.
Mente Sana, Vida Sana: The Health Education Council collaborates with the Consulate General of Mexico in Sacramento to provide preventative mental health services and navigation assistance.
Lupita Rodriguez, Program Director: firstname.lastname@example.org