Jun
15
“Feeling the Depth”: Friday Series: Expressive Self-Care By Sophia Ali

 

Words gave me power to expand my own repertoire. The process of putting words together pushed me to listen to my heart than to my head. The power of these simple words, changed my life. So, I decided

Jun
13
The San Francisco Peer-Run Warm Line – A Personal Perspective

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I have taken over 5,000 calls on the Warm Line, and I want to describe what an incredible experience that has been, and what an important resource the San Francisco Peer-Run Warm

Jun
04
Success

By Chrystopher Anglin

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Part III of Chyrstopher's Journey

Finally, I got a job at MHASF. It has been a journey getting here. I said remember the name Scott Justus didn’t I? Scott has been a

May
28
Slow and Steady

By Chrystopher Anglin

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Part IV of Chyrstopher's Journey

So I gave you a little insight into me. For me, starting out volunteering was an easy way to rejoin the workforce. Slow and steady is my

May
24
Mental Health and Poverty

Help improve the unjust cycle of #MentalHealth and #poverty.

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May
22
Homelessness in San Francisco

Learn the facts on leading causes to #homelessness in San Francisco.

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May
21
The Heart of it All

By Chrystopher Anglin

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Part III of Chyrstopher's Journey

At the heart of it all, I just wanted to help people better their lives. I made a lot of mistakes in my past and this was

May
14
What Now?

By Christoper Anglin

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Part II of Chyrstopher's Journey

I did not automatically jump back into the workforce. There were two components to a successful return. I was successful in just one. Mentally, I was now

May
07
Starting Over

By Chrystopher Anglin

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Part I of Chrystopher's Journey

When one considers getting back to work after a bout with illness, it can be stressful because the reality for you is changing once more. Throughout this

Apr
02
Poems as a Form of Expressive Self-Care

By Sophia Ali

I use poems for self reflection, it’s a way of releasing my emotions rather than bottling it up inside. Poetry is my outlet to release bottled up feelings in a healthy way. My poems are an expression of

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