Pathways to Well-being

Overview

Our Mental Health & Well-Being Services provide an atmosphere of warmth and caring and help people living with mental illness find their own way to thrive.  Community Action Marin is committed to providing those who seek services with the activities, support, and connections they need. We ask questions, provide resources, and guide you on a path to healing. 

Community Action Marin is currently restructuring our Mental Health & Well-being Services to better meet the needs of the community. As we pursue various initiatives under the well-being umbrella, we will continue to give people the tools and opportunities to live with dignity and respect and enable them to be their best selves. Our work extends to our staff, as well as our social services partners. 

Impact

The Numbers

180

Clients receiving Family Partnership services

4454

Calls to trained Peer Support Specialists – 1,223 hours of English or Spanish support

63

Clients assisted with crisis planning, 2/3 of which reported a decreased need for intensive support)

Programs

Resources

We connect people to an extensive network of tools and partners who can help them to connect with others, find emotional balance, and explore ways to feel better.

Support Groups

Through our support groups we provide opportunities for individuals to connect with activities that provide enrichment, an opportunity to meet others with shared experiences, and healing centered learning.
Mental Health Family Partnership Community Action Marin

One-on-One Coaching

Our coaches are here to help you on your path to wellness. They offer drop-in services such as developing recovery plans, service navigation, and one-on-one sessions in which you can share your needs and discover resources. Support is customized and will build on your strengths, needs, and recovery goals.

Find a Path to a New Career

At Community Action Marin, aside from key stabilization services, we also provide high-touch career coaching and job training, supporting individuals with attaining employer-recognized certificates and credentials, and obtaining employment in high-demand professions. 

Coming Soon: CalMHSA-approved Peer Specialist Certification Training.