If you are a business owner or work for a business that would like to learn how to do business with Travis Air Force Base, this Contactor’s Breakfast is for you. Experts from TAFB Contracting Office, Non-Appropriated Funds contracting, Base Marketing and Armed Forces Exchange Services will outline their procedures and answer questions. Also, the Sacramento Small Business Administration will provide you with information about how to do business with the Federal Government and how to register as a Small Business with the SBA.
4th Annual Mental Health Month Celebration Event!
May is National Mental Health Month (MHM) – join us as we celebrate mental wellness, recovery and resiliency along with partners across the US like MHA, NAMI, and SAMHSA. Because 1 in 5 people experience mental health issues, this year we wanted to create a local event to engage our whole community & raise awareness.
Our theme is: “There is no Health without Mental Health” that encourages us all to understand that mental health is essential to overall health and mental illnesses are common, treatable, and recovery happens! By leading healthy lifestyles, using our wellness tools, and staying well, we can help offset the onset and worsening of mental health conditions.
Join us on Saturday, May 12th between 10 am – 3pm at 1234 Empire Street, Fairfield- the event will be outdoors at the Seneca building and we will have free food, resource and healthcare booths, fun activities like painting in an art therapy tent, Wellness Wall: sharing our stories in photos, “Positive Rainbow” and other fun things for kids, Meditation/Yoga quiet room, and much more!
We encourage you to stop by and bring your friends and family!
Please see the attached flier & share widely!
Also find our event page on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/events/611261089218156/ and follow us @SolanoCountyMHSA
This event is hosted by Solano County Behavioral Health, MHSA, Wellness and Recovery Team and Seneca.
In celebration of its 20th anniversary, Touro University California is opening its campus to the public for a free Community Day in mid-August. Locals will have the opportunity to learn more about the university and immerse themselves in the ground-breaking programs and research for which the institution has become known. During the upcoming Community Day, visitors will have the opportunity to interact with faculty, staff and students from the institution’s College of Osteopathic Medicine, College of Pharmacy, and College of Education and Health Sciences to garner knowledge on the programs, research, degrees and impact it has on the community.
The American Canyon Chamber of Commerce invites all business owners to attend the North Bay Small Business Conference. Learn powerful tips and strategies from seven professionals who have the tools to propel your business to greater success. SHCC members will qualify for the $50 member rate which includes meals. Sponsorship packages available.
The 23rd Annual California Hispanic Chambers of Commerce (CHCC) Legislative Conference provides a platform for Hispanic business leaders and Chamber members to engage in the legislative process. The Legislative Conference attendees participate in educational forums, networking opportunities, and learn to activate local members and stakeholders on initiatives impacting their business community. Participants engage in comprehensive discussions on relevant and critical issues affecting Hispanic businesses across California and meet with their local Legislators at the State Capitol.