Suicide Prevention Training

Sign up for suicide prevention training!

This Mental Health Month, MHRBWCC invites everyone living in Warren and Clinton Counties to a free online training on suicide prevention. Learn the warning signs and how you can step in to help. Register now for the webinar:

Wednesday, June 3rd at 3 PM 

Thank you

Thank you, providers!

The board staff shares its gratitude to provider staff who have kept client care moving during the COVID-19 crisis.

Watch the video!

coronavirus

Important information about Coronavirus

Get help for mental health, stay physically healthy and prepare your home and family with these suggestions. Also, what to do if you are sick.

COVID-19 Resources

If you have an invoice for MHRB, please email it to invoices@mhrbwcc.org

 

Check Up from Neck Up

Take an anonymous screening

Think that "blue feeling" is hanging around too long? Answer a few questions and get some suggestions on steps to take.

Take an Assessment

MHRS podcast

Check out our podcast!

MHRBWCC has started a new podcast featuring stories and information about various mental health and addiction issues. We'll post new episodes periodically. You can also subscribe on iTunes podcasts!

Listen to the newest episode

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Crisis Text Line

This free, confidential service is available to anyone with a mobile device. Text "4hope" to 741741 to get started.

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