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Community Foundation of SLO County looks out for our local nonprofits

SLO County schools add mental health and suicide prevention program

The Transitions-Mental Health Association launched a new mental health awareness and training program at a handful of San Luis Obispo County schools in the 2017-18 school year. Here's what the program offers teens.
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The Transitions-Mental Health Association launched a new mental health awareness and training program at a handful of San Luis Obispo County schools in the 2017-18 school year. Here's what the program offers teens.

Thank you for your wonderful article on Transitions-Mental Health Association’s High School Program (“SLO County schools add new mental health, suicide prevention program”).

To round out the roster of local heroes contributing to this work, we would like to pay tribute to the Community Foundation of San Luis Obispo County. Without their efforts, our agency would never have been connected with the Gertrude & Leonard Fairbanks Foundation. It is one of the hallmarks of San Luis Obispo County: the ability to recall a good idea and bring it to the attention of the right people.

The Community Foundation looks out for our local nonprofits in many valuable ways, and this was one of those instances.

Jill Bolster White, executive director, Transitions-Mental Health Association

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