This program provides information and education about wellness. The materials cover wellness, concerns and issues, mental illness, maintaining mental and physical health, nutrition, physical health and any other topics that help an individual live a life with mental and physical wellness.
This program offers adults diagnosed with a mental illness and treatment compliant a safe and comfortable environment in which members experience positive peer to peer interactions through safe, healthy social engagements.
BTG is an emergency relief program to help those who can't pay for their mental health medications; a months refill of those prescriptions.
This program serves the needs and requests of individuals, giving them the resources to make an informed decision. Staff and trained volunteers answer questions about referrals for providers, support groups and community based resources. Information is provided by mail, email, phone or face-to-face -- whatever works best for the individual.
Staff and volunteers educate the public about mental health issues, research issues relating to mental health, provide information and collaboration with coalitions, develop and distribute educational materials, and provide materials and access to information as as available to individuals.