On November 14, 2019, San Mateo County Health was
acknowledged for their participation and membership in the
Government Alliance on Race and Equity (GARE). GARE is a national
network of government agencies working together to reach a place
where race no longer determines one’s life path. Within BHRS,
this GARE work is aligned with and supports our Multicultural
Organizational Development (MCOD) efforts and plan.
This year, a record number of 19 people graduated from
the free public education program geared
towards improving the health and well-being of individuals
in San Mateo County.
The Behavioral Health and Recovery
Services (BHRS) Health Ambassador Program
(HAP) was created in 2014 to honor the
important role that community members play in healing and
supporting others in their communities.
Nang Du, MD served as the Medical Chief of Behavioral
Health and Recovery Services’ (BHRS) North County Clinic in Daly
City for over 11 years. Born in Chau Doc, Vietnam on
October 10, 1950, he passed away on November 12, 2019.