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Listen to an all new-episode featuring Dr. Jonathan Avalos, DBH Addiction Medicine Physician, and Shaun Bennett, a DBH client who shares his incredible journey in recovery. Resilient and Real is on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, iHeart Radio, Amazon Music, Facebook or wherever you get your podcasts!

This Wednesday, listen to an all new-episode featuring Dr. Jonathan Avalos, DBH Addiction Medicine Physician, and Shaun Bennett, a DBH client who shares his incredible journey in recovery. Subscribe to the podcast today to hear the episode this Wednesday! Resilient and Real is on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, iHeart Radio, Amazon Music, Facebook or wherever you

Are you interested in working with behavioral health populations and serving the community?If so, please review the Peer and Family Advocates recruitment flyer and submit your application today!

Is seasonal depression real? Assistant Medical Director Dr. Christopher Schreur joins the podcast to answer that question, as well as provide helpful information about managing stress during the holidays. Plus, a DBH employee shares her self-care story! Check out the latest episode and subscribe to the podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, iHeart Radio, Amazon Music or

It’s Native American Heritage Month! Maribel Gutierrez, DBH Equity/Cultural Competency Officer, and Marcelina Shackleford, Native American Awareness Subcommittee Chair, join the podcast to talk about recognizing and acknowledging the important contributions of Native people.  Plus, hear a poem about recovery and a story of self-care from DBH employees. Check out

Dora Mejia, Supervising Medical Emergency Planning Specialist at the San Bernardino County Department of Behavioral Health (DBH), shares insight about how DBH assists the community during emergencies, including the COVID-19 pandemic. Plus, Alex Cordova, a DBH Alcohol and Drug Counselor, shares a poem about recovery. Check out the latest episode on

From Sun. Oct. 3 through Sat. Oct. 9, San Bernardino County will celebrate Mental Illness Awareness Week. Mental Illness Awareness Week was established in 1990 by the U.S. Congress in recognition of efforts by the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) to educate and increase awareness about mental illness. One

September is National Recovery Month! View/print a flyer with all of the ways you can celebrate National Recovery Month with us! For more info, visit our National Recovery Month webpage.