Sep 15, 2022
Suicide Prevention & Crisis Hotline Volunteers Needed
Increase in New Callers to 988 Means More Volunteer Counselors are Vital Apply Today.
Sep 13, 2022
KTVU interviews Chris Kughn, CEO
Talking about suicide can save lives view interview
Sep 07, 2022
Local developers saving Athena House
Gallaher family, community leaders, program alumna rally to save Athena House and Hope Village. These Sonoma residential treatment facility and sober living environment programs join Buckelew Programs.
Sep 06, 2022
Sept. 9 event organized by loss survivors to benefit nonprofit Buckelew Programs
Artists From Across California Host an All-Day Tattoo Event to Raise Awareness & Funds for Suicide Prevention
Sep 02, 2022
Angel Donor, Buckelew Programs and Community Join Forces to Rescue Crucial
Addiction Treatment and Sober Housing for Women and their Children
Aug 09, 2022
Announcing 9-8-8 Message from CEO Chris Kughn, LMFT
Apr 05, 2022
FSC Staff Member Featured in April 6 SoCo News
Every family has its ups and downs, but when someone begins to struggle with a mental and behavioral health condition, treating the situation as a family affair doesn’t cut it. Tracking down resources to support a loved one with neurodiverse needs isn’t easy, either, and by the time many parents reach out to Buckelew Programs, they’re in crisis mode, according to Family Service Coordinator Nicole Natividad.
Apr 01, 2022
Unmasking students without support impacts learning
Recently, public school districts across Marin County announced that masks are no longer required in the classroom. As a counselor for Buckelew Programs providing mental health services for youth throughout the county, I applaud any and all efforts to help students navigate toward some form of normalcy during the continuing COVID-19 pandemic, but more support is needed to ease this transition from masked to unmasked.
Feb 21, 2022
Breaking Stigma Around Mental Health’ – Chris Kughn, CEO of Buckelew, Feature Article
If you ever find yourself hopeless, if you ever feel irreparably despondent, if you ever get to the point where you’re contemplating ending it all, rest assured that counselors affiliated with Buckelew Programs have your back.
Feb 02, 2022
Buckelew Programs Announces ‘Bike4Buckelew: Access to Mental Health 4 All’
The Bike4Buckelew fundraiser event is centered on Buckelew Programs’ work in the community and raising broader awareness about mental health stigma. Buckelew is the largest provider of comprehensive mental health services in the North Bay for those who would otherwise not have access.