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The Mental Health Association of San Francisco has provided leadership in mental health education, advocacy, research, and service for diverse communities of San Francisco for nearly 69 years. In commemoration of our 70th anniversary we would like to celebrate with you, our community that has supported and guided us throughout these years!

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    Mental Health Association of San FranciscoFriday, February 24th, 2017 at 11:01am
    Control the paper in your life.
    Paper enters our lives in many varied ways. Often it is unwanted, that’s why we call it junk mail. Learn what to keep and what to throw away; how to decrease or stop the unwanted paper entering your home; and techniques to reduce and control the paper clutter at our upcoming #training Tackling the Paper Giant Mar 3rd at MHASF !

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    Using terms like “insane” as everyday adjectives impacts stigma. Discuss and learn more at Language Maters training Mar27th at MHASF https://t.co/JDOa1MTTKi MentalHealthSF photo
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