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  • Meet the Author: Allison Gilbert
    Being proactive about remembering loved ones has a benefit: it can make you happier. Individuals who honor family and friends, who keep them proactively present in their lives, almost always fare better emotionally than those who don’t.
  • VOICES Community Focus Groups
    Your opinion matters! As we plan our 2023 programs, VOICES remains committed to providing meaningful experiences that will be helpful to you and your family. In an effort to gather ideas, we are hosting a series of VOICES Community Focus Groups.
  • VOICES January Highlights
    Happy New Year from all of us! As we plan for the year ahead, we're excited to provide programs that promote mental health care, wellness, and build resilience. Our team proudly renews our commitment to provide free, long-term support.
  • Managing Grief During the Holidays Workshop
    Grief is always painful, but sometimes it feels like someone turns up the volume on our grief during the holidays. VOICES is offering a virtual workshop to explore and discuss our personal experiences of loss.


'No safe spaces': For Asian Americans, California shootings add to growing mental health crisis

As it does every year, San Francisco senior services agency Self-Help for the Elderly is marking the Lunar New Year by offering its mostly Asian American clients good tidings, special pastries and traditional red envelopes bearing wishes of good health, peace and prosperity. More.

Mass violence impact on mental health

After the recent shooting in Monterey Park, a local psychologist talks about the impacts mass violence has on mental health. In other news, the San Diego County Sheriff's Department announced a new effort to get a life-saving drug out to places where opioid overdoses are likely to happen. More.