Exciting news coming soon!
At BTC in Mental Health, we are thrilled to share upcoming announcements about our collaborations with outstanding nonprofit organizations and companies in the mental health field. Additionally, we are in the final stages of formalizing agreements with well-respected insurance providers. These developments are part of our ongoing commitment to advancing our mission and reaching as many individuals as possible with our support.
Novato Fire District
At Be the Change in Mental Health, we have a deep appreciation for collaborating with firefighters and fire stations. One of the most cherished partnerships we maintain is with the Novato Fire District, which was formed as an independent Special District of the State of California on July 6, 1926. The District's primary mission is to deliver comprehensive emergency and non-emergency services to both the City of Novato and the adjacent unincorporated areas. The remarkable team at Novato Fire District holds a special place in our hearts, and we take great pride in considering them our valued partners.
We encourage you to support them, and learn more about their outstanding work on their website.
Transitions from War
Let us introduce you to Transitions from War, a blog and podcast with a therapeutic approach for veterans. This platform was founded by Mike Ergo, a military veteran who served as a Marine rifleman with 1st Battalion, 8th Marines from 2001 to 2005, and was deployed twice in Iraq.
Mike's journey back from combat was challenging, as he puts it: "My body returned, but my mind and spirit were still in the city of Fallujah for many years." His return was comprised of a dedication to his mental health and physical well being. He serves as an inspiration to all of us at BTC, demonstrating the importance of mental wellness in a world burdened by trauma.
We invite you to explore his website not only for inspiration but also for valuable practical resources and services.
Marin County Sheriff's Office
We hold a deep appreciation for our collaboration with Sylvia Moir, the Undersheriff at the Marin County Sheriff's Office. She serves as a profound source of inspiration, urging us to excel and maintain our commitment to aiding more first responders. With a wealth of experience as a law enforcement executive, she possesses the spirit of a front-line police officer and the strategic acumen of a seasoned leader. Her track record is a testament to her ability to foster cooperative efforts aimed at reducing crime and alleviating the public's fear of it, all while exhibiting grounded compassion and skillful action.
Sylvia is renowned for her proficiency in assembling teams capable of tackling multifaceted challenges simultaneously, without succumbing to pressure. She is a highly regarded, trustworthy, and dependable figure in the realm of public safety, holding a Master of Arts in Security Studies with a concentration in Homeland Security from the Naval Postgraduate School.
Marin County Sheriff's Office's website »