MMH 101 Webinar

Bright Beginnings Advocacy, Community, Events, Maternal Mental Health

June 4 | 10:30am – 12:00pm Learn about the range of maternal mental health disorders, the prevalence, signs, and symptoms, as well as recommended treatment options, at Maternal Mental Health 101 — a complimentary webinar hosted by 2020 Mom and presented by Postpartum Support International. Join …

Virtual Advocacy Day

Bright Beginnings Advocacy, Community, Events

June 4 | 9:00am – 4:00pm On June 4, join advocates for child care, food programs, safety net, and anti-poverty for an all-digital “Child Care and End Child Poverty CA Advocacy Day”from 9:00am – 4:00pm. Help raise a unified voice in support of California’s kids and families …

#WalkTheBlueDot

Bright Beginnings Advocacy, Community, Events, Maternal Mental Health

Saturday, May 30 Join The Blue Dot Project on Saturday, May 30th for #WalkTheBlueDot — a virtual culminating event wrapping up Maternal Mental Health Awareness month. Virtual means you choose your own course, what time you start, and whether you run …

2020 Mom Annual Forum

Bright Beginnings Advocacy, Community, Events

Recap | February 12-13 The Monterey County Maternal Mental Health Task Force hosted the Maternal Mental Health Forum Webcast on February 12th and 13th. The webcast provided local providers, social workers, policymakers, and change-agents a chance to learn how we can all do more for …

Bright Spots in Our Community

Bright Beginnings Advocacy, Community, Events

Recap from Bright Futures’ Annual Breakfast The Bright Futures’ cradle to career education partnership hosts a recognition event honoring Bright Spots in our community, where child and youth programs and schools are achieving results that outpace the State and the County. At this year’s event, …

2020 Mom Annual Forum | February 12-13

Bright Beginnings Advocacy, Community, Events

Save the date! The Monterey County Maternal Mental Health Task Force invites you to participate in the 2020 Mom Annual Forum via webcast on February 12-13. This year’s forum theme is “We CAN do More” in celebration of reaching the year 2020. This year’s program …