We can no longer just hope for the best

We can no longer just hope for the best

Once again we are facing the horrific realities of mass shootings in our country. After recent tragedies in Dayton, El Paso, and Gilroy, the number of mass shootings since the start of 2019 rose to 255. The frequency and overwhelming carnage of these shootings puts us...

You are invited!

  Please join us at our Annual Celebration on May 23rd. This event provides an opportunity to reflect back on the past year, celebrate our accomplishments, and focus on energies toward the future. We hope you will take advantage of this opportunity to connect...

September is Recovery Month

Recovery Month, a national observance sponsored by SAMHSA, within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, raises awareness of mental and substance use disorders, celebrates individuals in long-term recovery, and acknowledges the work of prevention,...

Check Out Our Updated Website!

Over the last few months we've been soliciting feedback from clients and community members about our website. We're happy to announce we have launched our newly formatted website! We say "newly formatted" and not "newly designed" because while the look may be somewhat...

Heat & Mental Health

Did you know that the extreme heat can have an impact on your mental health? In addition to limiting access to some enjoyable summer activities, heat can have an impact on the medications that people take to assist in their mental health and wellness. 1 in 6 Americans...