Behavioral Health Wellness
The Behavior Health Wellness Office is responsible for promoting individual and community behavior wellness through a comprehensive array of strategies proven to reduce substance abuse and promote mental health in the following areas.
- Promotes and encourages wellness by increasing protective factors and decreasing risk factors through community collaboration and strategies
Family wellness - Provides a comprehensive system of care that incorporates program, practices, and strategies to support the physical, emotional, and psychological needs of families
Mental health wellness - Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) Adult Instructor Training and Youth Instructor Training - Instructor certification training introduces the 8-hour course, overviews adult learning styles and teaching strategies, and provides in-depth instruction on implementing and managing the program in diverse communities. ASIST is an interactive training based on established core competencies that mental health professionals need in order to effectively assess and manage suicide risk in their patients.
If you have any questions, please contact Gail Taylor, Behavior Health Wellness Director