Please join Lake County Behavioral Health Services in celebrating Mental Health Awareness Month. Launched by Mental Health America in 1949, this is the most highly-recognized mental health awareness event in the United States. Last year, Mental Health Awareness Month media and materials were used and seen by over 230 million Americans.
Lake County Behavioral Health Services (LCBHS) was recently awarded $2 million to expand Early Psychosis Intervention services through a competitive grant. This grant opportunity came through the Mental Health Services Oversight & Accountability Commission who also oversee Mental Health Services Act (MHSA) funding for California Counties. LCBHS has long provided services to young people experiencing the early onset of psychosis, as well as other behavioral or emotional challenges. This grant will facilitate significant expansion of services in-line with an evidence-based fidelity model.
Please join Lake County Behavioral Health Services in celebrating Mental Health Month this May. Launched in 1949 by Mental Health America, this is the most recognized mental health awareness event in the United States. Just last year, Mental Health Month media and materials were seen and used by nearly 250 million Americans. When you or a loved one is grappling with a mental health concern, sometimes it can be a lot to handle. It is critical to keep in mind mental health is important to everyone’s overall health and wellbeing. Good mental health is a key contributor to good physical health.
Lake County Behavioral Health Services (LCBHS) is proud to announce the opening of its newest Peer Support Center in Middletown. Christened the “Family Support Center,” by students at Middletown High School, the facility provides resources, referrals, and support for families involved with the County mental health system or that need more information on available community resources.