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Mental Wellness

Taking good care of oneself is paramount to the success of mental wellness. Whether you are trying to improve your own sense of wellbeing, looking for assistance with something that is bothering you, or looking for how to help someone you care about—NCADD-OC is a good place to start. We can help you find digital mental health services from some of Orange County’s most trusted mental health organizations, links to online programs, forums, trusted Orange County phone supports, mental health resources, events, and links to mental health treatment options.

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NCADD-OC is the lead agency for the Connect-OC Coalition (www.connect-oc.org) which provides a platform for networking and forming connections between community mental health agencies, college/universities, Transitional Aged Youth (TAY) and Young Adults (YA), and mental health peer leaders and advocates. CONNECT-OC seeks to align efforts and increase awareness and access of community mental health services available for students, their families and all TAY/YA at risk populations.

The coalition is comprised of representatives from agencies who are aligned to meet the mental and behavioral health needs of college/university students and the TAY/YA population.

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Frequently Asked Questions

We want to have your voice heard! Joining the Connect-OC Coalition will allow you to share your thoughts and opinions with community leaders and local mental health providers to assist in the development of mental wellness events, campaign building and marketing, and successful outreach to your peers!

We want to hear from you! Joining the Connect-OC Coalition will enable you to collaborate with community leaders, student leaders, and mental health providers as a way to identify service gaps to your students, promote availability and access to mental health services, and encourage the help-seeking behavior of your students.

Contact us now to learn more about ways to join the movement to increase access to quality mental health in your community!