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Last updated: 01/16/2024

Member Actions

#1 Register for our 4th Annual All Member Meeting

WHEN: Friday, April 12 from 2:30-4:00 PM, followed by Happy Hour from 4:00-6:00 PM

WHERE: Zoom or In-Person, register for the link

WHO will be there? NCCPC Steering Committee, Champion, and Advocate Members and special guests and partners! 

 Join NCCPC and members to celebrate each other and the network, to acknowledge our achievements in FY 2023-24, and reconnect on our shared vision for the future.

Register at this link or scan the QR code below. 

#2 Sign up for and attend a Committee Meeting!

Check out the committee schedule on our Events Page: 

Interested in attending a committee meeting but don’t see it on your calendar?

  1. Review the schedule below.
  2. Option #1 Click on the committee event in the calendar and click on the Save icon and save it to your calendar (e.g. Google, Outlook).
  1. Option #2 Contact us at with the 1) name of the committee and 2) date of the meeting that you would like to attend to be added manually.
  2. After attending the meeting, confirm if you’d like to be added to all future committee meetings.

The committee schedule is mapped out through FY24! 

If you’re on a committee, check your email for calendar invites.

Commitee Updates

There are NO COMMITTEE MEETINGS for the month of APRIL! 

We hope that instead you all join us for our 4th Annual All Member Meeting, Thursday, April 12th in Richmond, CA.



The March meeting was cancelled but please check your email for updates and a request for your input that we will be discussing during the May meeting.


With all the challenges practitioners are facing with the FAFSA, the Co-chairs are pausing the March and April meetings and will reconvene in May for the meeting on May 15th. 


In the meantime, please join the #EdEquityHappyHour – South Bay Edition to connect with fellow NCCPC members! This will be Communities of Practice’s opportunity to come together.  


NCCPC, The Ed Trust West, the Bay Area K16 Collab, Breakthrough SV, and Hispanic Foundation of SV are co-hosting the #EdEquityHappyHour – South Bay Edition on Wed April 10 from 4:30-6:30pm at JTown Pizza in San Jose. Please register for free at:

Mental Health Corner

The Calm Calendar is an invitation to meet your life with presence and curiosity. 


Our daily mindfulness challenges serve as tiny experiments to learn more about yourself and the world. All to say it’s not about getting it right, but rather checking in with yourself and deepening your awareness.

Download the January calendar at 

MHFA Training Availability Survey

Mental Health awarness month is coming up. This May NCCPC would like to coordinate a Mental Health First Aid training by County of Santa Clara Behavioral Health Services Communities Wellness Program to our members this May. There are 4 potential Thursdays that we can coordinate this all day training (9AM – 5PM).

Fill out this survey to express your interst (or non-interest) and your availability. Click the form to the left or scan the QR code below. 

Interested in mental health and substance use advocacy?

Sign up for MHFA’s advocacy alerts and check out the Capitol Connector blog to learn how policy trends affect mental health and substance use treatment.

Instructor Scholarships for College or University Staff and Faculty Members

Do you know someone who works in higher education and would make a great MHFA Instructor? MHFA and Bioré Skincare invite you to nominate a higher education staff member or encourage them to apply to receive a free virtual training session and become a certified MHFA Instructor. Nominate a college or university staff or faculty member today and help make mental wellbeing a priority in campuses across America! Learn more.

MHFA offers several community-specific courses. The courses tailor the MHFA curriculum to the cultures and environments that are affected by mental health and substance use challenges. Several of our blogs from the past month dig deeper into those communities, and we encourage you to read them. Because no matter how different people seem to be, no one is immune to mental health challenges. And we can all support one another.

Welcome New Members!

Welcome to our newest Champion Member Blaine Torpey with Eden ROP. 

You can learn more about Eden ROP HERE.

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