Whether you have lost a loved one, have been a victim of gun violence yourself or are feeling the emotional weight of these incidents, we've found ways to help. Below you will find a list of vetted resources to help those impacted by this tragic event.
Donations will go directly to nonprofits providing in-language and culturally appropriate support to individuals affected by the mass shooting tragedy in Half Moon Bay.
The Half Moon Bay Strong Fund by ALAS supports our Farmworker community and the families directly affected by the mass shooting on January 23, 2023.
The Farmworker Caravan is requesting donations of food, clothing, goods, money and your time to support the agricultural community impacted by the California floods and tragic shooting in Half Moon Bay.
You find more information on the Farmworkers' GoFundMe page here.
To those experiencing acts of hate or violence, please reach out to 510-735-3940 or email email@example.com
American Counseling Association offers support following traumatic events. Please also keep an eye on others in the community in need of help.
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) is a 24/7, 365-day-a-year hotline offering immediate crisis counseling for people who are experiencing emotional distress related to any natural or human-caused disaster. Free, multilingual, and confidential crisis support service. Stress, anxiety, and other depression-like symptoms are common reactions after a disaster.
P: (800) 985-5990
Text "TalkWithUs" to 66746. For Spanish, text "Hablamos" to 66746
RAMS is a non-profit mental health organization and offers comprehensive services in the San Francisco area with expertise in serving the Asian & Pacific Islander American and Russian-speaking populations. Call 415-800-0699.
AACI can help connect you to the care you need. Call us at (408) 975-2730.
*For the Suicide and Crisis 24/7 Hotline, call 988.
TIPS FOR MANAGING YOUR MENTAL HEALTH DURING THIS TIME (AACI):
- Practice Self Care: Nourish yourself by getting enough sleep, eating regular healthy meals, getting fresh air, moving your body? Create a list of things that soothe, comfort and bring you joy that you can turn to.
- Set Boundaries: Limit your exposure to repetitive traumatic images and how much time you spend with news and social media. Be informed and also give yourself permission to take time away from it.
- Take Action: In a way that is comfortable for you to do. There are many ways to be involved, choose what fits for you.
- Stay Connected: With those in your home/your safe close circle, reach out to friends, family and community members through phone calls, video chats and in person with safe social distancing.
- Connect with Hope and Resilience: Just as we can be impacted by traumatic images, we can also be positively impacted by connecting strength and the resilience in ourselves and others.
- Get Help: Connect to a trained mental health provider who acknowledges the impact of racism and racial trauma with cultural humility and awareness.