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GET INVOLVED
TODAY!

Get involved by attending a meeting, joining an action group, or submitting a story for "Stories from the Strong" to help #EndtheStigma.

ATTEND A MEETING.

Open coalition meetings are held the first Monday of every month from 
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm in the Valley County Courthouse Community Room. 


A virtual meeting option is sent out in our monthly email. Subscribe below for access. 

JOIN AN ACTION GROUP.

Action groups work on specific goals or projects. They are made up of employees from member organizations and community volunteers that share our goals. There are two primary action groups: 

 


BEHAVIORAL HEALTH

ACTION GROUP

The Behavioral Health Action Group is working on projects to reduce substance use and improve mental health in Valley County. 

This groups typically meets once every other month.

Please reach out for upcoming meeting information or to learn more!

Contact: Michelle Merritt at mnorcuttvchd@gmail.com 

PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND NUTRITION

ACTION GROUP

The Physical Activity and Nutrition Action Group is working to improve nutrition and increase physical activity in Valley County through education and improving accessibility. 

This group currently isn't active.

If you're passionate about nutrition and/or physical activity and have ideas on how to improve it, please reach out to us at valleycare59230@gmail.com.

SUBMIT A 
STORY.

The Valley CARE Coalition is proud to present anonymous accounts from Valley County residents about their mental health or recovery journeys.

 

These journeys take courage and are a sign of strength. We hope to raise awareness for these experiences and show others in our community that they are not alone. 

Every story is worth sharing when it comes to ending the stigma.

Interested in writing an entry for Stories from the Strong?

We encourage anyone in the community that would like to share their experiences, advice, lessons learned, or messages of solidarity and hope to participate.

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US ON FACEBOOK.

Follow us on Facebook to stay in the loop, as we work to create a healthier Valley County by collaborating within our community to improve mental health.

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