Helping with the Northbay Wildfire Recovery
Imagine YOU Northbay wildfire recovery efforts launched by grant from the Redwood Credit Union Northbay Fire Fund. In Sonoma County the Redwood Credit Union North Bay Fire Relief Fund recently awarded Imagine YOU a grant that has enabled us to put on a leader training program on April 19 & May 3, 2018 in Santa Rosa.
The Imagine YOU Leader program focusses on resilience training for professional staff from social service, health, and other organizations making a difference in the Northbay. Many use Imagine YOU in ...
Resilience. Support. Engagement.
Save the date NOW for the upcoming Imagine what matters to YOU Training on March 3, 2018. Program materials now also in Spanish! Join our community!
Imagine what matters to YOU helps people build personal resilience and supports and engages them in creating their best health and life.
With this training you will gain the skills needed facilitate a 45-60 minute Imagine YOU group workshop and work one-to-one with individuals using the Imagine what matters to YOU method.
Imagine YOU is a powerful tool for resilience-building ...
There is still time before the end of the year, to support our work with first and second responders, and the underserved in our community who have been affected by the firestorms of October 2017.
Help us help everyone in the community get back on their feet.
Click on the Donate button on our homepage before midnight on December 31, 2017 to make your tax deductible contribution.
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Dear Community Partners,
In the wake of the devastating firestorm, we are reaching out to you to let you know about a free resiliency skills resource we can make immediately available to you, and your staff.
We have a health wellbeing program called Imagine what matters to YOU. It offers people the opportunity to step back, regroup, take a moment to acknowledge where they are, and envision what is next (tomorrow, next week, next month, next year) for themselves.
Since it’s inception 2000 people across the socio-economic spectrum in Sonoma County have participa...
IMC Foundation launches What Matters: Imagine You Skills Training
Twelve professionals from Sonoma County health and social service agencies and nonprofit organizations came together in Santa Rosa to participate in a skills training. The training, launched by IMC Foundation, offers the opportunity to develop skills using two tools. The Program Trainer, Dr. Ellen Barnett, developed the training in response to feedback from our partnering organizations.
What matters to you?
The training gave participants an overview of the IHI What Matters Initiative, then delved into ...
Come by and visit our table at the Presbyterian Church of the Roses Heath Faire this Sunday, March 12, 11:30 am - 2 pm. Stop by and chat with us about what you imagine yourself doing with your best health and life. Tell us what matters to you!
This past Sunday the Press Democrat wrote an insightful article about Imagine YOU and What Matters. Read the full article here: Press_Democrat_Imagine_You_2017_FEB_12
Contact us directly for more information at 707-284-9225.
On January 27, 2017 SRJC hosted it's second annual Mi Futuro esta en Carreras de Salud: My Future is in Healthcare is the North Bay's healthcare symposium for youth to introduce careers in mental health and primary healthcare.
As part of an introduction to the symposium, our community partner Latino Service Provider's Executive Director led 300 high school students through a "What Matters" thought exercise developed by IMCF. The steps of the thought exercise are based on IMCF's program, Imagine YOU...as you want to be.
What Matters to You is a county-wide awareness ...
Announcing our newest training program, What Matters: Imagine YOU One-to-One.
Join us for a stimulating and dynamic training on Wednesday afternoon, March 29, 2017 from 1:00 - 5:00 pm in Santa Rosa at the Via Esperanza Center at Lawrence Cook Middle School.
Learn to ASK your clients, members what matters most to them in their lives.
Learn to LINK your program goals to what matters most to them.
Teach staff or volunteers how to ask “What matters to you?”
Engage clients,members in using the Imagine YOU method, to create their own Image of Health.