May Mental Health Month 2023


Marin County Behavioral Health & Recovery Services (BHRS) is spreading awareness for better mental health and well-being in our County.  The impacts of local and global events such as the COVID-19 pandemic, social and political division, racial inequity, and others, have resulted in challenges for many in our community and country.  It's no wonder many people are struggling or not quite feeling themselves.

One of our goals at BHRS is to support your mental health and those you care about, not just this month but throughout the year.  Let's come together to create greater awareness and reduce stigma.

We've created 15 different events with community-based partners around Marin County, including: Marin County Suicide Prevention Collaborative, Marin 9 to 25, North Marin Community Services, Buckelew Programs, American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, NAMI-Marin, Opening the World, Marin County Youth Commission, Youth Leadership Institute, OD Free Marin and Marin Healthy Youth Partnerships.


You may also download the event listing in English, Spanish, or Vietnamese.

Questions? Email:

Need support? If you are concerned for yourself or someone you know, contact the Suicide Crisis & Lifeline: 988 or text the Crisis Text Line (MARIN to 741741).  For mental health and substance use services contact the BHRS Access Line (888) 818-1115.

Additional mental health resources can be found at the state-wide campaign, Take Action for Mental Health and the BHRS Suicide Prevention page.