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Free Bilingual Mental Health Services to County Wildfire Survivors

Posted on August 13, 2018

Colaborativo de salud mental debido a los incendios forestales
Click to view flyer in Spanish

The Wildfire Mental Health Collaborative (The Collaborative) is a community-wide initiative committed to mental health recovery care for wildfire survivors. Everyone affected by the fires can learn to recognize the signs of distress and access free mental health services to aid short- and long-term coping and resiliency building. The Collaborative currently provides:

To mental health professionals:

  • Training for Mental Health Professionals including Skills for Psychological Recovery (SPR)

To fire survivors:

  • Free group information and resiliency building sessions conducted by SPR trained mental health professionals
  • Free yoga and iRest meditation classes
  • Free individual counseling
  • Free self-guided resilience training

    Wildfire Mental Health Collaborative Flyer - English
    Click to view flyer in English
  • A bilingual wildfire mental health recovery website

Contact National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Sonoma County

Sonoma County residents looking for wildfire mental health support services and referrals (such as individual or group counseling, trauma-informed yoga, iRest meditation groups, or other support services) may:

For more information please contact or call 707-473-0583

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