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Contact your local Community Mental Health Center if you or someone you know needs help, counseling or other support services.

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1 day ago
Iroquois Center for Human Development

Congratulations Iroquois!

Today we celebrated 50 years as the Iroquois Center!! Thank you to all board members and staff for all you have done for our clients and agency! We also celebrated 50 years of having Phil Busenbark ... See more

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2 days ago
Mental Health First Aid USA

So much can be said without words in a face-to-face conversation. And often, it is our non-verbal communication that speaks the loudest.

During your next face-to-face conversation about mental ... See more

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2 days ago
National Council for Behavioral Health

Nearly everyone in this country is personally affected by suicide. Preventing it is everyone's business and it starts with you.

Ask your friend how they're doing. Listen with empathy and know how ... See more

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6 days ago

Congratulations to Dr. Rick Gaskill on receiving the Phyllis Rae McGinty Award, presented by Dr. Bruce Perry, for his work with the Child Trauma Academy over the past 20 years. Dr. Gaskill is the 5th ... See more

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1 week ago

We appreciate Governor Colyer speaking to the Rural and Frontier Subcommittee of the Governor’s Behavioral Health Planning Council in Greensburg this morning and visiting with a few of our CMHC ... See more

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1 week ago
How to Support Loved Ones Who May Be At Risk of Suicide

In the wake of high-profile deaths by suicide

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1 week ago
SAMHSA

You are not alone. Help is available. If you or someone you know is struggling with thoughts of suicide, reach out to the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline '1-800-273-TALK (8255)'.

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2 weeks ago
Mental Health First Aid USA

Ever responded to the question, "How are you?" with, "Good," even when you weren't doing so well? We're trying to change that. Help us spread the word. #BeTheDifference

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3 weeks ago
Mental Health First Aid USA

“Mental Health First Aid is important because all of us are more likely to encounter someone experiencing a mental health problem than someone having a heart attack."

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6 days ago
Congratulations to Dr. Rick Gaskill on receiving the Phyllis Rae McGinty Award, presented by Dr. Bruce Perry, for his work with the Child Trauma Academy over the past 20 years. Dr. Gaskill is one of five people to ever receive this award. https://t.co/X9R2fuelfN ACMHCK photo
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We appreciate @GovJeffColyer speaking to the Rural and Frontier Subcommittee of the Governor’s Behavioral Health Planning Council in Greensburg this morning and visiting with a few of our CMHC leaders. https://t.co/hpxxJaokhX ACMHCK photo
2 weeks ago
Thank you @GovJeffColyer for taking the time to visit Prairie View today. We appreciate your support of mental health services in Kansas. https://t.co/EPqxCVIbDG
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Governor Jeff Colyer @GovJeffColyer
A big thank you to @PrairieViewKs Mental Health Center in Newton for giving @RepDonSchroeder and I a tour of their facility. Grateful for the important work they do & the discussion on how we can work together on continuing to improve mental health services in Kansas. #ksleg https://t.co/dszprxDEFP