Help FOSATH Create Change
A grassroots organization, the Friends of Scott, Alexis and Taun Hall (FOSATH), was formed shortly after the death of Miles Hall who was killed on June 2, 2019 by the Walnut Creek Police Department while in the throes of a mental health crisis.
In honor of Miles Hall, our 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
Other Efforts to Support
In honor of Mental Health Awareness Month, let's recognize those making extraordinary differences in supporting people and/or their families with mental health challenges.
Submit 2022 Change Agent NAMI Appreciation Award Nominations by 5/6/2022.
The nomination sheet is here.
SB 21 by Senator Glazer would require CDE to apply to sponsor a mental health awareness license plate program through the DMV, which would fund school mental health programs.
Sign the petition to support this bill.