In The News

Mar 20, 2020
Buckelew Programs Awarded Maisin Family Foundation Grant
We are grateful to the Alexander M. and June L. Maisin Foundation for generously granting $20,000 to Buckelew Programs. These funds provide much needed general operating support for our mission to enhance the quality of life for individuals and families by promoting recovery, resilience, and hope through delivering a continuum of safety-net services for nearly 10,000 people each year in Marin, Sonoma, Napa, Mendocino, and Lake counties. While restricted donations are always appreciated, general operating funds, like those granted by the Maisin Foundation, afford the flexibility to allow us to be both responsive and proactive, utilizing funds where they are needed most at the moment they are required. For example, this year one of the biggest issues we need to tackle is the high cost of living for our low-income clients in the tough Bay Area housing market. With the impacts of Covid-19, the needs are even greater. Because of unrestricted donations, we are able to shift the funds where they are needed most—such as covering rent, medical and safety supplies, or food and staples—ensuring our clients have what they need to continue their road to recovery. Considering a gift to Buckelew Programs? Feel free to talk to us about how an unrestricted donation will be put to work in our communities.
Jul 17, 2019
Smart Train Interview on NBC
This is a good story on us.
May 29, 2018
Press Democrat Twitter @renofish | Martin Espinoza
Sonoma County proposes cutting community mental health services by $7.9 million
Paranoia and schizophrenia tormented Michael Escobar when he lived in San Francisco more than a decade ago.
Apr 16, 2018
By ADRIAN RODRIGUEZ | | Marin Independent Journal
San Rafael detox program to open in new center
Three dorm rooms furnished with new beds and walls adorned with art, a living room with a couch and a kitchen with a pantry are part of a new San Rafael recovery center designed to better treat and house people struggling with addiction to drugs and alcohol.
Feb 15, 2018
Chris Rooney | MarinScope
Thwarting Teen Suicide
Thwarting Teen Suicide
Feb 12, 2018
By Marin Independent Journal
Listening for teen suicide signs and reasons
Listening for teen suicide signs and reasons
Feb 01, 2018
By ADRIAN RODRIGUEZ | | Marin Independent Journal
Suicide prevention film draws crowd in Mill Valley
A month after the Marin community was shaken by two teen suicides, a capacity crowd of 200 turned out Wednesday in Mill Valley for a special screening of “Not Alone,” a Marin-produced film on suicide prevention.
Jan 31, 2018
KTVU Fox News | Debora Villalon
North Bay filmmaker takes on teen suicide before it’s too late
MILL VALLEY, Calif. (KTVU) - A new documentary aims to take the stigma out of the question, "Are you thinking about suicide?"
Jan 31, 2018
by Roland Jacopetti
Working on the Suicide Preventon Hotline
A daily five-minute interview about events, issues, activities and people in and around Sonoma County.
Dec 22, 2017
Marin Independent Journal
Buckelew Programs and its good works
It was inspiring to see the article in the Independent Journal on Dec. 15 about our own Lisa Flannigan, a job coach at Buckelew Programs.