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1 month ago
National Council for Behavioral Health

The show 13 Reasons Why addresses serious mental health and addiction topics that merit further discussion. That's why we've joined other leading mental health organizations to create a resource hub ... See more

1 month ago
Tim DeWeese

Senator Denning and Representative Wolfe Moore were honored in Washington, DC on April 25 with the National Council for Behavioral Health’s 2018 Excellence in Advocacy by an Elected Official for ... See more

1 month ago
Mental Health First Aid USA

In honor of #EMSWeek, check out this infographic about the mental health of first responders.

It's so important we understand the unique needs of this population, how we can help and where to ... See more

2 months ago
Emporia Gazette

Anschutz, Fritz recognized

2 months ago

Senator Vicki Schmidt was presented with our Legislative Champion for Community Mental Health award today for her ongoing support of mental health issues and funding.

2 months ago

Join SAMHSA next week for two webinars. On Monday, learn about suicide and self-harm prevention in schools. On Tuesday, learn about recovery housing for persons living with severe mental illness. ... See more

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7 days ago
Our first Mental Health Case Management Live Training of FY19 is underway after a welcome from Bert Nash’s CEO, Patrick Schmitz. ACMHCK photo
3 weeks ago
Congratulations to Ric Dalke, Executive Director- Iroquois Center for Human Development, on being elected to represent Region 7 (IA, KS, MO, NE) on the @NationalCouncil Board of Directors. We are pleased to have Ric represent our organization and Kansas.
1 month 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. ACMHCK photo