Weekly Roundup for May 12, 2023
Published: May 12, 2023
Today’s digest provides helpful and important updates on the following:
- Latest career opportunities with County of Sonoma
- Free youth songwriting event with Department of Health Services
- Community mental health forum video now available
- Other Sonoma County news of note
Interested in a career with Sonoma County?
Have you ever considered a career opportunity with the County of Sonoma?
As the region’s largest employer, the County of Sonoma offers a level of career diversity that is as expansive as the county itself. From nursing to engineering, information technology to land management and everything in-between, there are over 800 different opportunities.
Here are some new listings available this week:
- Senior Airport Operations Specialist, Sonoma County Airport - https://bit.ly/3VshINP
- Probation Work Crew Supervisor, Probation - https://bit.ly/3MdkliH
- Water Agency Electrical Engineer III, Sonoma Water - https://bit.ly/3VFILpj
- Detention Operations Secretary, Sonoma Sheriff - https://bit.ly/3M6o56F
- Epidemiologist, Health Services - https://bit.ly/3HDP3ja
- Lead Information Technology Analysts, Information Systems - https://bit.ly/42qXuXm
Free youth songwriting event with Department of Health Services
The County of Sonoma Department of Health Services is collaborating with The Social Changery, a regional social change organization, to provide a fun, educational and free event with youth-focused workshops on songwriting, TikTok Creation and rapping.
Parent workshops will also be available to learn about the foundations of good mental health and its relationship to substance use and suicide prevention.
WHAT: The Social Changery
WHO: Youth ages 14-21 and their adult allies
WHEN: Saturday, May 13 from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
WHERE: Saturday Afternoon Club at 430 10th Street in Santa Rosa
Join in to ask questions and engage with peers and instructors. This is a great opportunity to meet people from different parts of the county that you may not see at school or school functions.
Interested parties can register at:
Learn more about The Social Changery at:
ICYMI: Community mental health forum video now available
Sonoma County is experiencing a rise in substance use disorders, homelessness and a shortage of services to address an unprecedented mental health crisis.
In response, the Sonoma County Board of Supervisors and Department of Health Services recently convened a first-of-its-kind summit of behavioral health professionals from across the county for a listening session on the mental health care needs of the community.
The participants online and in person at the Finley Center in Santa Rosa heard panel discussions on substance use disorder and the opioid crisis, mental health and wellness needs, crisis services and suicide prevention, as well as workforce challenges and solutions.
To see a complete recording of the Community Forum on Mental Health, please visit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0M-gnY9_IF8
Other Sonoma County news of note
County officials urge caution if planning to visit the river or coast on Mother’s Day weekend
Registrar of Voters announces public meetings on Election Administration Plan
Board approves update to Sonoma County Community Wildfire Protection Plan
Board of Supervisors approves three-year contract with SEIU Local 1021, county’s largest union
County approves $7.14 million in grants for community development projects