Leadership for Community Wellness is a 26-week pilot training program designed by CHAA to provide a basis for developing the knowledge, skills and competencies required for entry level Community Mental Health Advocates. The program is intended for current and aspiring Community Mental Health Advocates from immigrant refugee, and indigenious communities in Alameda County.
The program will take place from September 2015 to June 2016. Stipends will be available for people currently unemployed and seeking employment in the field. Want more information? Contact Patricia Rojas-Zambrano, Program Director at firstname.lastname@example.org or 510-835-2777.