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Care Enough to Act

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Care Enough to Act

Suicide is preventable. Care Enough to Act is a collaboration with the Butte County Suicide Prevention Task Force that aims to raise awareness of depression and bring hope and care ...

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Care Enough to Act

Know the Signs

Suicide is preventable. Care Enough to Act is a collaboration with the Butte County Suicide Prevention Task Force that aims to raise awareness of depression and bring hope and care to those affected by suicide.

Published October, 2012

Care Enough to Act

The multi-agency suicide-prevention task force known as Care Enough to Act helps the community understand depression as a clinical condition and an underlying risk factor in suicide.

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Care Enough to Act

Depression

The multi-agency suicide-prevention task force known as Care Enough to Act helps the community understand depression as a clinical condition and an underlying risk factor in suicide.

Published September, 2013

Care Enough to Act

In this public outreach piece Care Enough to Act (CETA), the suicide prevention task force for Butte, Glenn and Tehama Counties, shares stories of survivors of suicide loss and suicide ...

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Care Enough to Act

The Power to Find Hope

In this public outreach piece Care Enough to Act (CETA), the suicide prevention task force for Butte, Glenn and Tehama Counties, shares stories of survivors of suicide loss and suicide attempts, as well as prevention and intervention tools.

Published September, 2014

Care Enough to Act

Care Enough to Act (CETA) is dedicated to providing resources for people affected by suicide in Butte County. This outreach piece will help educate about and reduce stigma surrounding suicide ...

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Care Enough to Act

What Mental Health Means to Me

Care Enough to Act (CETA) is dedicated to providing resources for people affected by suicide in Butte County. This outreach piece will help educate about and reduce stigma surrounding suicide and mental illness, and provide practical tools and resources to empower readers to take action if they are concerned about loved ones and acquaintances.

Published September, 2015

Care Enough to Act

For many people, stigma can be a barrier to addressing mental health problems. Stigma can manifest in many different ways. There can be stigma against wanting to get help, or ...

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Care Enough to Act

Stigma Should Never be a Barrier to Wellness

For many people, stigma can be a barrier to addressing mental health problems. Stigma can manifest in many different ways. There can be stigma against wanting to get help, or stigma against admitting that they suffer from a mental health problem. For certain populations, stigma can be more specific. New parents might feel pressure to be the perfect parent, or feel that parenting should come naturally. These feelings can be a barrier to getting services. For LGBT populations, there can be stigma about not wanting to be queer, or admitting that you are queer to your peers or community. If you have a mental illness, there can be stigma against being on medication long-term, or stigma against openly admitting that you are diagnosed with a mental health problem. We all can benefit from identifying stigmas we consciously or subconsciously have. Once we identify them, hopefully they will no longer act as a barrier to getting services, or interfere with the way we interact with people who may need support. By telling stories of people who articulate stigmas/barriers they experienced before getting services, others will become more aware of stigma.

Published August, 2016

Care Enough to Act

There are many ways people can get help for mental health challenges. Treatment options include counseling, support groups and medications, but there are also self-care measures like art and exercise ...

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Navigating Hope

There are many ways people can get help for mental health challenges. Treatment options include counseling, support groups and medications, but there are also self-care measures like art and exercise that can improve people's mental wellness. Learn how people in the Chico area navigated their way toward hope.

Published September, 2017

Care Enough to Act

Care Enough to Act (CETA) is dedicated to providing resources for people affected by suicide in Butte County. This outreach piece will help the public understand how our connections at ...

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Care Enough to Act

Connect to Protect

Care Enough to Act (CETA) is dedicated to providing resources for people affected by suicide in Butte County. This outreach piece will help the public understand how our connections at home, work and school can impact our mental health, and provide practical tools and resources to empower readers to take action if they are concerned about loved ones and acquaintances.

Published August, 2018

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