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"Mental Health is not a destination, but a process.  It's about how you drive, not where you're going."

Mental Health

Together we can break the Stigma of Mental Health

Mental health affects us all in some way, whether it’s our own struggles or those of people we know and care about. All of us have a reason to take action to help create safe and supportive communities where we can talk openly about mental health without fear and can access support when it is needed.

Trauma & the effects it has on your healthby CPBHC
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We offer:

  • Communication Skills

  • Time Management

  • Financial Management

What is STIGMA?

Stigma refers to judgments or inaccurate beliefs people may hold about a group of people.

Discrimination refers to the unfair actions people may take based on those stigmatizing beliefs.

Why do we need to stop it?

Unfortunately, people with mental health challenges often experience judgment or unfair treatment because of the stigma associated with mental illness in our culture. 

In fact, 90% of Californians living with psychological distress reported some measure of discrimination in a recent study.

Prejudice and discrimination often become internalized by people with mental health and substance use problems, meaning they begin to believe the negative things that other people or the media say about them. 

 

As a result, many people delay seeking help.

Stigma and discrimination can also lead to children dropping out of school, difficulty finding housing or jobs, or it may prevent people from forming close relationships.

Resources

Watch this video to learn more about stigma and the impact it has on individuals and our society.

“Stand Up Against Stigma.” It's Up to Us Riverside, up2riverside.org/help-others/stand-up-against-stigma/.

Join our Mission

 

Together we can make a difference and break the stigma of mental health.

Volunteer Opportunities

We need people with a passion to help others... just like you. We need your skills, talents, and dreams to continue to serve our community.

 

"One of the greatest gifts you can give is your time."

BECOME A DONOR

Central Point Behavioral Health Center helps thier community by providing food (whether hot or in the form of a grocery or fast-food gift card), a safe place to sleep (hotel vouchers and shelters for homeless, domestic violence victims, and teen runaways), transportation costs (gas card, Uber, taxi), assistance with medical expenses, final expenses (funeral, burial, cremation), and recover and rebuild after a disaster.

Contribute today! Any amount accepted! They can also be a one-time donation or recurring. ​

Any questions or thoughts?

We are always happy to help out!