Peers are a vital part of Marin Behavioral Health & Recovery Services (BHRS) programs, drawing on their own life experience to provide hope and encouragement, as well as advocacy and assistance to clients in achieving long-term recovery.
Self-Care is an activity that we do consciously in order to take care of our mental, emotional, and physical health. Self-care is key to improve our mood and reduce anxiety. It is also key to a good relationship with oneself and others.
Trauma Informed Care
Becoming a trauma-informed system starts from the recognition that trauma has a profound impact on people, and their ability to be successful in all aspects of their lives. As part of the Health and Human Services Strategic Plan to Achieve Health & Wellness Equity, BHRS is leading the way on developing a unified trauma informed system of care that promotes a culture of safety, empowerment, and healing.
Marin County Patients' Rights Advocates
Marin Prevention Network
The Marin Prevention Network is a collaboration of community coalitions, organizations and individuals actively seeking to change norms, policies, and laws that affect the availability, promotion, sale, and use of alcohol and other drugs. Our hope and goal is to create a supportive and healthy environment for all youth in Marin County.
Marin 9 to 25
Marin 9 to 25 is an action-oriented collective of Marin County youth and adults dedicated to realizing positive and equitable outcomes for youth age 9 to 25. Our aim is to ensure that all young people can meet their physical, mental and social health needs.