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Miles Hall a young Black man from Walnut Creek California 1996-2019

Miles Hall       1996- 2019 

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The Miles Hall Foundation promotes initiatives that will save lives and will protect those impacted by mental illness. We believe in taking action with urgency in order to raise public awareness about mental illness and to bring about necessary change. Please join us by supporting our efforts to make measurable differences in the lives of those impacted by mental illness.

The Hall family on bikes. Miles Hall, Scott Hall, Miles' dad, Alexia Hall, Miles' sister, and Taun Hall, Miles' mother
Alexis Hall, Taun Hall, and Gigi Crowder, from NAMI Contra Costa at the Sozosei Sumit in front of a sign that says Mental Illness Is Not A Crime.
Green Ribbon which is a symbol for mental health awareness and mental health advocacy

“I found out that you have to be a danger to self or a danger to others to get help. Preventative help was literally impossible to find.” 

If you or someone you know is struggling with suicidal thoughts or mental health matters, please call or text 9-8-8 to reach the 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline to connect with a trained counselor or visit the Lifeline site.

Graphic of a mobile phone and the numbers 9-8-8 to call or text during a mental health of suicide crisis. This is a 24/7 lifeline with the URL


The Miles Hall Foundation is achieving more with our initiatives than ever before. We are working on many exciting projects to help improve the lives of others, and are very proud of the progress we continue to make.

Supporting new laws and creating changes to local and national policies and laws that impact families, communities and people living with mental health challenges and facing racial injustices.

Green ouline of a heart symbolizing mental health


Changing how support is provided to families impacted by mental illness and serving as a resource to families before, during and after crisis events.

Green ouline of a heart symbolizing mental health


Helping students create anti-racist, safe and inclusive learning environments where all students are valued and where systemic racism, individual biases and mental health stigmas are challenged and eliminated.

Green ouline of a heart symbolizing mental health


Saving lives by changing policies that allow the use of excessive and lethal force by law enforcement responding to mental health crisis events.

A Young Woman Writing

2023 Angelversary


See the replay of the very special 

"Say His Name: Miles Hall Angelversary" event from Wednesday, May 31st  

Featured presenters from: 
Beats, Rh
ymes & Life
East Bay Art Therapy

NAMI Contra Costa

Connection House

Miles' was a beautiful, talented, creative person and we wanted to honor him this year by showcasing the creative talents of others impacted by Miles' story.

We highlighted the power of art, music, and connection for healing, community building, and activism.

#MilesHall #ArtForChange #HipHopForJustice #EndExcessiveForce #MentalIllnessIsNOTaCrime

Man Listening to Headphones


The Miles Hall Foundation, with help from members of the community, purchased benches and tables and worked together to transform a small park near where Miles lived, to remember Miles, Andrew King, and Aisha Horley and other loved ones who left us too soon.

The park in Walnut Creek has now been renamed "Remembrance Park" and is a place of reflection and remembrance for many. Many people have sponsored a custom memorial brick which have been placed in the park for a loved one.  Future opportunities to add more memorials are being planned. 


We had a pizza and cupcakes at the park on Tuesday February 15, 2023 to honor Miles' 27th birthday and dedicate the 24 new bricks recently added. If you're in the area, please visit this special place/ 
Where: Remembrance Park Walnut Creek between Lancaster & Lilac

Image of customized memorial bricks at Remembrance Park in Walnut Creek CA
Photo collage of Miles Hall Foundation and FOSATH (friends of Scott, Taun & Alexis Hall) community volunteers working to landscape and create memorials at Remembrance Park. Memorial benches are also seen for Aisha Horley and Andrew King, as well as Miles Hall


Thank you for reaching out!

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