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2011 Mental Health Awareness Poster Contest

Sacramento News & Review:
Mental Illness: It affects everyone

On Page 4, there is a great article about one of our Peer Counselors.



"What you do everyday is a wonderful blessing to the lives of all of us using AMIH's Housing.  I am greatful for all of the compassion and help I have received from all of you."


Advocates for Mentally Ill Housing, Inc (AMIH) is a California 501c3 non-profit corporation that provides housing and life skills programs to adults with mental illness in Placer County, who otherwise might be homeless.

AMIH provides the bricks and mortar for the Welcome Home housing program with client support services provided by Placer County's Adult System of Care. 

Welcome Home provides transitional and permanent housing for mentally ill adults throughout Placer County.  Welcome Home specializes in providing a full compliment of services aimed at helping our clients live independently while facilitating access to the services they require.  It is our mission to always seek out ways to help this under-served population heal and live independent and productive lives.

A New State of Mind:
Ending the Stigma of Mental Illness
Created by KVIE-TV, Sacramento’s public television station
Narrated by award-winning actress and mental health advocate Glenn Close
Funded by the voter-approved Mental Health Services Act (Prop. 63)
AMIH Participated in this video and our program can be seen approximately half way through.


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