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Unlocking Well-being: The Critical Role of Mental Health Screening in Our Lives

Mental health, often overshadowed by the emphasis on physical health, plays a pivotal role in our overall well-being and quality of life. The mind and body are intrinsically linked, and… Continue reading Unlocking Well-being: The Critical Role of Mental Health Screening in Our Lives

Community Planning

Discover Our Vision, Achievements, and Future Goals for Mental Health and Addiction Services We are proud to present the Mental Health and Recovery Board’s Community Plan and Annual Report, which… Continue reading Community Planning

Call for Artists

The Mental Health and Recovery Board is excited to announce that we will be hosting an art event, The Art of Recovery, to showcase individuals in our community who are… Continue reading Call for Artists

Ad-Hoc System Change

The Ad-Hoc System Change Committee for Workforce Retention is a crucial initiative established by the MHR Board. The primary purpose of the committee is to analyze and address the challenges… Continue reading Ad-Hoc System Change

HRSA Grant Committee: KORR

The Mental Health and Recovery Board has been awarded two Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) grants focused on addressing the opioid and psychostimulant crises in rural communities. The purpose… Continue reading HRSA Grant Committee: KORR

Overdose Response Teams

Combining Professional and Peer Support to Help Those Struggling with Opiates and Psychostimulants Find a Path to Recovery   The opioid and psychostimulant crisis continues to devastate lives and communities… Continue reading Overdose Response Teams

988 – Suicide Prevention Line

Transforming Mental Health Support with a Dedicated, Easy-to-Remember Emergency Number   Mental health crises are an urgent and growing concern, affecting millions of people around the world. In response to… Continue reading 988 – Suicide Prevention Line

Kids Mobile Crisis Team

MHR recently received additional state funding for the continuation of our KidsMobile Crisis Team program.   The team serves youth ages 0-25 in crisis that presents a risk to themselves, their… Continue reading Kids Mobile Crisis Team