The Right to Heal: Centering Mental Health Multi-Racial Equity in California

09/22/2021 10:00 AM - 03:00 PM PT


  • Free




We are closing registration through Neon on September 14th. After September 14th, please register here: 

The California Pan-Ethnic Health Network and statewide partners Southeast Asia Resource Action Center, California Black Health Network, Latino Coalition for a Healthy California, and California Consortium for Urban Indian Health invite you to save the date for our 'Right to Heal: Centering Mental Health in Multi-Racial Equity in California' statewide virtual event. 

The Right to Heal will be an opportunity for our partners to: 

  • Share their local mental health findings with policymakers and stakeholders
  • Break down systemic barriers in mental health by centering BIPOC needs
  • Build and strengthen community
  • Inspire community members to take action and stay engaged in mental health advocacy

Event Details: 

  • Date: September 22, 2021
  • Time: 10am to 3pm Pacific Time
  • Location: Virtual
  • Cost: Free!

We will ask about interpretation needs, other access needs, and other needs during registration. 

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Getting Started: 

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  1. If you registered on Neon, you will receive a Magic Link invitation email.
    The email will come from   
  2. Click Login & Join Event
  3. Confirm that you’re not a robot via reCaptcha (if prompted).
  4. Click + Add to Calendar to add the event to your calendar. 
    The easiest way to access your magic link, is to add the event to your calendar. The magic link will be in the description. 

If you registered after September 14th, please follow the instructions in the email to create a Hopin account. You will use the password you create to login on September 22nd at 10am. 

Here is a video that walks you through registering via Hopin and creating your account and password. 


CPEHN is committed to providing universal access to all of our events. Please contact Aviva Prager at or (510) 832-1160 ext. 308 to request any accessibility needs. Spanish and Hmong interpretation will be provided along with English closed captioning.

For other interpretation or accessiblility requests, please note your request, either during registration or by contacting Aviva Prager at aprager@cpehn.or or (510) 832-1160 ext. 308, by August 31, 2021. After August 31, we will do our best to make arrangements.