Flyer translation from English to Mandarin
Please note: This project is for translation from English to Mandarin.
Our new Peer-Run Respite Program offers a no-cost, overnight alternative to hospitalization for adults who feel they are heading toward a mental health crisis. We believe it is important to make information about this resource accessible to people who are in need and that means translating the description into the languages most commonly spoken in our county.
Thank you for considering the gift of your language skills!
To empower and support individuals and families to move toward resilience, wellness, and independence.
We work to empower people in their recovery process to live independently and self-sufficiently, in accordance with their ability and choice. Caminar, founded in 1964, offers a continuum of care for young adults and adults with mental health conditions that encompasses crisis residential services, residential treatment, supported housing, vocational services, holistic health care, and outpatient individual and family mental health care.
The FCS division, founded in 1948, builds strong, safe, and self-sufficient individuals, families, and communities through individual and family counseling, substance use treatment, family violence and abuse prevention, school-based programs, and LGBTQ youth and adult programs.
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