It's Time for Change
In honor of Miles Hall, FOSATH’s mission is to educate and advocate for systemic changes in Walnut Creek and surrounding communities with respect to law enforcement’s response to individuals living with mental health challenges.
A key goal is to enable equitable outcomes for Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC).
A skilled response to mental health crises that is specific to the needs of each individual and ensures fair and equitable outcomes, based on compassion, respect and dignity.
The relentless pursuit of institutionalized policies and individual practices that preserve life and eliminate structural bias and racism.
Ways you can help now
Attend Walnut Creek City Council meetings on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month. Check our Event page for details.
Participate in the 1st Annual
Mental Health Awareness
5.18.20 - 6.10.20
The Miles Hall Foundation in collaboration with the National Alliance of Mental Illness and NAMI Contra Costa will be increasing awareness of how mental illness impacts individuals and families.
You can support this campaign by getting a green ribbon symbolizing mental health from NAMI Contra Costa to tie on your tree or to place around your mailbox or anywhere visible.
While supplies last, a ribbon will be included with your purchase of a mask from our online store.
We look forward to seeing green ribbons all around town!