Check Your Mood 2017-08-03T21:31:19+00:00

Check Your Mood

mentalhealth-cym-headsEach year thousands of San Diegans face the reality of living with a mental health condition. During the week of October 10-16, 2016, the County of San Diego is working with numerous partners to bring awareness to mental health. We aim to fight stigma, provide support, educate the public and advocate for equal care. Each year, the movement grows stronger. While these issues are important to address year-around, focusing on these issues during Check Your Mood Week provides a time for people to come together and display the passion towards addressing issues related to mental health conditions.

We would love for you to partner with us to reduce the stigma around mental health. There are several ways you can be a part of Check Your Mood Week: 1) serve as a volunteer screener, 2) host a screening site or 3) serve as a screening site coordinator.

If you already know that you are interested in participating this year, click here to host site a screening, and click here to volunteer at a screening site.

We look forward to working with you to help increase mental health and well-being among our community members!

Click here for Check Your Mood Toolkittoolkit

County of SD Resources

Resources

Flyer (with locations)

News

Locations

SPECIAL THANK YOU…

San Diego Depression Screening Week was made possible through planning among the Check Your Mood team with special thanks to:

Amanda Lowe-DuBose

Erika Hernandez

Manpreet Mumman

Anjelica Velasco

Check Your Mood Planning Committee Members

Community Partners:

CHIP Behavioral Health Work Team, County of San Diego Health and Human Services Agency, Optum San Diego, NAMI San Diego, Mental Health America San Diego, and It’s Up to Us San Diego

More Info

  • If you would like to learn more about depression or other mental health conditions, link up for information and resources through the It’s Up to Us website at www.Up2SD.org.
  • Help is also available 24 hours a day by calling the Access and Crisis Line at 888-724-7240.