This is a list of resources on how you can sustainability support the Black community through continuous self-education on anti-racism. Read Knowledge is power and reading a book is one of the most important tools in self-education. Books help us understand subjects we know little to nothing about. It is one of the many […]
As May, Mental Health Awareness Month, draws to an end, SBHG leadership wants to comment on the racism and discrimination we have seen play out in recent horrible events. The killings of African Americans, George Floyd in Minneapolis, Ahmaud Arbery in South Georgia, Breonna Taylor in Louisville, and countless others—along with the acts of violence […]
Will the virus inspire us? What lessons can the Mental Health system learn from the toxic stressors of the pandemic crisis? Resiliency is commonly defined as the ability to bounce back. Bouncing forward conveys the concept of post-traumatic growth—moving beyond a return to pre-pandemic normalcy to the discovery of greater strengths, insights and capabilities. How […]
Over the past several weeks, four staff members from Star View Community Services have been sewing fabric masks at the Compton office to distribute to clients, caregivers, and staff. Our staff is glad to assist and help keep our Star View family and the families we serve safe. This is a great effort of four […]
Sheltering at home.