Pic's of SCRMH & Massage table at Blue's Fest 2012 Downtown Modesto

Stan. County Radical Mental Health tabling History of Graffiti Event in Modesto

Where: State Theater, 1307 J. Street Modesto Ca.

Time: 6-9pm

Description: Graffiti Presentation, Live Music,
Art Gallery, Tables/booths, & more.....

SCRMH tabling Feminist & Religion event at MJC

What: Feminist & Religion in the 21'st Century Presentation

When: Tues. Nov. 8th 2011

Where: Modesto Junior College West Campus 

(off Bluegum & Carpenter) in Sierra Hall # 137, Modesto Ca.

Time: 6-9pm (between 7:30 & 8:30 will be an hour to "meet & greet" everyone)

This event was created with the purpose of reaching-out to and uniting young Chican@s in the Central Valley who may become, or are involved with gangs. We aim to enlighten young gang members as to who the real enemy is, because it is definitely NOT each other. We will also be discussing the following issues affecting our communities: Police brutality/ICE raids/prison industrial complex, environmental racism/classism (pollution in our communities), learning our REAL history and culture that is not taught in schools, fighting for liberation and Self-determination for our people.

Musical Performances by: Shining Soul (PHX), Sacrifice (LA), Mentes Diferentes (Sac), Cobalt & Nikfuq (Modesto), Sont Himself (Modesto), Tha Thurd & Looney209 (Merced), DJ 5on5 (Modesto) and more to be announced…

Guest Speakers will include: Tomas Alejo (Watsonville Brown Berets), Nane Alejandrez (Barrios Unidos), Xicano Vince (Brown Berets de Aztlan), Angie Abeyta (former gang member), Gerald Smith (New York Black Panthers), Emiliano Mataka (Grayson Neighborhood Council/Green Action), and more to be announced…

Groups and Organizations tabling: Brown Berets, Modesto CopWatch, Black Berets, Modesto Anarcho, Green Action, Stanislaus County Radical Mental Health, and more to be announced…

Also featuring: Danza Azteca, Graffiti Walls, Know Your Rights/Know Your History workshops, Legal/Immigration Resources, Breakdancers, raffle prizes, food, bounce house for kids, and more to be announced…

Saturday, September 10th 2011
Where: Costa Alegre Carniceria Parking Lot

1238 Crows Landing Rd.
Modesto, CA
Time: 12:00pm - 6:00pm

Stan. County Radical Mental Health tabling event in Woodland Ca.
When: Wed.-Thurs. Aug. 17th-18th 2011

What: Community Meet up & Mix Down 2 Day Fest.

Where: Woodland Community College
2300 E. Gibson Rd.
Woodland Ca.,

Time: 10am-8pm
*Live Bands
*Live Painting
*Open Mic
*Open Art Gallery
*Stencil 101 Workshop

More info:


Stan. County Radical Mental Health will be tabling this event

When: Thurs. July 14th
What: Cal. Net. of Mental Health Clients Gathering (art show & picnic)
Where: Donnlley Park, Turlock Ca, (corner of Pedras & Donnelly Park Dr.)
Time: 10am-1pm

SCRMH will be tabling this years 16th Annual SF Anarchist Book Fair, 4/9 – 4/10, 2011 -

16th Annual SF Anarchist Bookfair 2011 

Mental Health 101 ~ A crash course in Direct Mental Health in March, Oakland Ca,

Mental Health 101

Monday, March 14 2011

Trainer: John Wiskind

Registration and Coffee 9:00am – 9:30am

Course time: 9:30 am - 5:00 pm

Training Site: Harm Reduction Coalition (HRC)
1440 Broadway, Ste 510 Oakland, CA 94612

Cost: $70. But contact stancountyrmh@gmail about possible fee wave.

Mental Health 101 will be a full-day overview intended to be a “crash course” in mental health. It is created for all service providers working with clients with mental health and substance use issues. The training will cover an explanation and overview of the assessment system used to diagnose and direct mental health treatment. Focus will be on disorders usually first diagnosed in infancy, childhood or adolescence. Special focus will also be given to thought disorders vs. mood disorders as they appear in later stage adolescents and adults. The impact of illicit drugs on the developing brain will be covered. The training is intended to familiarize service providers with some of the confusing jargon used by the mental health system and increase their ability to feel comfortable working in conjunction with their client's other medical and mental health providers. The training will be interactive so please be sure to bring case examples and questions. You will leave the training feeling more confident and better able to advocate on your client’s behalf.

Stanislaus County Radical Mental Health & Consumer Network Proudly Present…

Crooked Beauty

Navigating the Space Between Brilliance and Madness

A two day event Oct. 8th & 9th 2010

Day 1: Crooked Beauty - Film Screening

Filmmaker and mental health activist Ken Paul Rosenthal will screen Crooked Beauty, his poetic documentary that chronicles artist-activist Jacks McNamara’s journey from psych ward patient to pioneering mental health advocate. Rosenthal will talk about his challenge to embody the film’s character with compassion and authenticity. Discussion will focus on nurturing wellness through our relationship to the natural world, and drawing new maps for ‘madness’ as a tool of insight, creativity and hope.

7-8:30pm @ Stanislaus County Behavioral Health & Recovery Services (BHRS) 500 North 9th Street Modesto Ca, in Jana Lynn room (room to the right when enter complex) Donations $$$ HIGHLY accepted.

Day 2: The Intertwined Threads of Madness and Creativity - Workshop

This is a highly interactive conscious dialogue circle for 10 to 15 participants who identify as artists or actively creative beings. The group will be asked to consider their most fundamentally profound experiences with creativity and mental health, then openly share and discuss their reflections. This humble yet provocative framework is remarkably transformative and inspiring as a means of personal growth and building community.

11am-12:30pm @ At Firehouse 51 (social space), 410 James Street Modesto Ca,
$5 admittance fee.

Ken Paul Rosenthal is an independent filmmaker, teacher, and a regional coordinator for the Bay Area Icarus Project.His films weave personal and political narratives into natural and urban landscapes. Ken holds an MA in Creative & Interdisciplinary Arts, an MFA in Cinema Production, and has taught film as a means of cultivating personal vision in workshops and universities nationally and internationally. He is a recipient of a Kodak Award for Cinematography.

Starting Tuesday September 14th 2010 (ends Oct. 26th)

Time: 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM

Where: 1010 10th Street Plaza (out front of Brendan Theaters), Modesto, Ca.

What: Stanislaus County Radical Mental Health (SCRMH) will be tabling this event starting Sept. 21rst. along will other booths. Come by our table & get literature on various subjects of resistance to conventional mental health & community empowerment for DIRECT mental health.

This year SCRMH (Stan. County Rad. Mental Health) will be tabling at MODESTO PRIDE along will our friends Modesto Anarcho & Central Valley Queer Coalition.

When: Sat. Sept. 18th 2010

Where: Graceada Park (Sycamore/Needham Ave).

Time: 11am-7pm

Tabling at this years Blues Fest.

*Black Jak Motorcycle Crew

*Hip-Hop Carwash (Pittsburg Ca,.)

Inside Stage with...
*DJ Slate & the Rocket 88

*Deja Blues

*Bob Mora & the 3rd Degree

*Big Cat Tolefree & the Hypnotics


*Stan County Radical Mental Health & more..... Fun, fun, fun, sun!

Always a good time. It's free to the public. Come by our table!

Sat. July 10th
12:00pm - 7:30pm
King/Kennedy Center
601 Martin Luther King Dr.
Modesto (west side) Ca,.

Presentation by Stan. County Radical Mental Health & film screening of American Drug War-the last white hope.

Excellently detailed film w/ historical & up to date info on the current status on America's drug war. The hype & lies were fed!

Snacks, presentation, film, Q&A after, FUN!

Donation accepted pls.... (no one turned away for lack of funds)

Email us for location

Modesto Earth Day outreach last Sat. May 17th 2010 was a huge success. Lots of questions & great feedback for Radical Mental Health & ones interested in alternatives & answers from the community.

An interview during day took place over the phone with KPFA Berkeley Ca,.

KPFA Interview: