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  • Permalink Elaine Clark, chief executive officer of Meals on Wheels and Senior Outreach Services, front row from left, awarded the Ray Zenoni Volunteer of the Year Award to the Wells Fargo volunteer teams led by Wells Fargo Bank vice president Darlene Campbell and Jennifer Lopez, with, second row, from left, Carole Schultze, Kathy Sutton, Mona Aviles, Debbie Goodenough, Gayle McKinley, George Kanto, Nancy Carrell, Mary Gerach-Levenesque and Maria Andrews, and top row, from left, Rita Nyulassy, Kent Tambazidis, Linda Fuller, Dave Brown, Shirley Pettit and Paula Lloyd.Gallery

    Corporate Caring Volunteer Week highlighted by East Bay Times

Corporate Caring Volunteer Week highlighted by East Bay Times

Columnist Faith Barnidge highlights the upcoming Corporate Caring Volunteer Week in her Good Neighbors column this week (excerpt below).
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Food Bank announces free summer lunch program

Summer Food For Kids is a Summer Food Service Program provided by the Food Bank of Contra Costa & Solano.

Meals are offered to children and […]

Top 5 Mental Health Problems Facing College Students

Learn the signs and symptoms of depression, anxiety, eating disorders and others — and find resources that lead to a happier and healthier college […]

Local High School Students Participate in Film Contest

LOCAL CONTRA COSTA COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS WIN IN FILM CONTEST TO PROMOTE SUICIDE PREVENTION AND MENTAL WELLNESS AMONG CALIFORNIA YOUTH

Walnut Creek, Calif. — […]

Suicide Prevention Mentioned At the Oscars

As you may or may not be aware, suicide prevention was mentioned more than once last night during the Oscars.

Screenwriter Graham Moore used his […]

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    Contra Costa MSSL (Music Students’ Service League) helping save lives!

Contra Costa MSSL (Music Students’ Service League) helping save lives!

MSSL raised much needed support for the Crisis Center in December.

Visit their website at http://msslmusic.org/

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    Oakley suicide prevention workshop teaches participants what to look for

Oakley suicide prevention workshop teaches participants what to look for

OAKLEY — Residents came together at a city-sponsored workshop Thursday night to learn how to prevent suicide in their community.

The suicide prevention and intervention […]

Threads of Hope

Diablo Magazine will recognize one of our amazing volunteers, Jane Emanuel at their Threads of Hope on Thursday, December 4, 2014.

View their invitation!

 

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    In Memory of Bernard Mayes, Founder of S.F. Suicide Prevention

In Memory of Bernard Mayes, Founder of S.F. Suicide Prevention

On October 23, Bernard Mayes, multi-talented journalist, Episcopal priest, and community activist, passed away in San Francisco. He was the founding force behind the […]

Beyond the Headlines: Robin Williams and Depression

This special edition of Beyond the Headlines commemorates the life of actor, comedian, and humanitarian Robin Williams – and explores the power of depression […]