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|Asian American/Pacific Islander Community Resources|
Kaagapay Asian American/Pacific Islander (AAPI) Outreach Program
The KAAGAPAY (reliable companion) strategy, funded by MHSA, was implemented in 2015 and is delivered by a half-time County Clinician designated as the KAAGAPAY Outreach Coordinator. The Clinician conducts outreach with schools, health clinics, churches, local migrant camps and other key stakeholders on behalf of SCBH to reduce mental health stigma within the AAPI community in an effort to increase access and utilization of county behavioral health services. Currently this position is vacant.
Fighting Back Partnership (FBP)
FBP is a non-profit collaboration that partners with businesses, residents, and the government to improve neighborhoods, strengthen families and support youth development, creating a safe, healthy, thriving community. Currently FBP is a partner to SCBH as one of the three CBO partners carrying out the Interdisciplinary Collaboration and Transformation Model (ICCTM) Innovation project representing the Filipino community. To learn more about the services and support FBP provides, please call (707) 648-5230, or visit their website.
Solano County Filipinx Mental Health Initiative (FMHI)
FMHI Solano's mission is to empower the Filipino community by providing early intervention through education, stigma reduction and access to mental health resources leading to a resilient community. To learn more about FMHI, please visit their Facebook page.
SCBH Access Line
To request mental health or substance use disorder services, please call (800) 547-0495 and a mental health clinician will conduct a screening and assist you in getting linked to appropriate services.
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
24/7 Suicide prevention hotline staffed by crisis specialists. Call (800) 273-TALK (8255).
Crisis Text Line
24/7 Suicide prevention texting crisis service staffed by crisis specialists. Text "HOME" to 741741.
American Psychiatric Association
In order to learn more about disparities experienced by the Asian American community, please visit www.psychiatry.org.