Mental Health Awareness Month

“Anything that’s human is mentionable, and anything that is mentionable can be more manageable. When we can talk about our feelings, they become less overwhelming, less upsetting, and less scary.” — Fred Rogers

Phone Lines, Hotlines, and Lifelines

Emergency Mental Health Phone Lines

North Bay Suicide Prevention Hotline - 1-855-587-6373

Psychiatric Emergency Services - 1-800-746-8181

Verity Sexual Assault Hotline - 1-707-545-7273

YWCA Domestic Violence Services - 1-707-546-1234

Sonoma County Suspected Child Abuse Hotline - 1-800-870-7064

COVID-19 Emotional & Mental Health Support Warmline - 1-707-565-2652

COVID-19 Mental Health Support Line (NAMI) - 1-800-950-6264

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

1-800-273-TALK (8255)
TTY: 1-800-799-4889
Live Online Chat



Your oral health, your mental health

You probably know how important it is to take care of your mental well-being during challenging times, but did you know that your mouth and your mental health are related?

This May, observe National Mental Health Month by learning more about the connection between your oral health and your mental health.

By, Delta Dental.



How depression affects oral health

Why your dentist may be the first to realize you’re too stressed

Anxiety and oral health



Your dental health has a direct connection with your overall health. Learn more about the relationship between your mouth and the rest of your body.

Healthy mouth, healthy you (PDF)