Public Programs

Whether it's a parent who has dementia, a teen struggling with an opiate addiction or a coworker overwhelmed by depression, behavioral health concerns us all. Yet, most people are hesitant -- or don't know how -- to talk about it. Our varied public programs are designed to help. They encourage open, honest discussion and provide current, accurate information about behavioral health. Our events reach schools, law enforcement, clergy, mental health professionals and many others throughout our communities.

Through our public programming, we strive to:

  • increase understanding of origins and potential treatments for behavioral health disorders
  • dispel common myths and mistruths
  • eliminate stigma
  • enhance the lives of people affected by mental illness and substance use disorders