Prevention & Intervention Services

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Providing Prevention and Intervention Services, Access to Service/Community Resources, Outreach and Education to Promote Behavioral Health and Wellness.

Outreach & Engagement Services

These programs provide services to underserved or isolated people at risk of developing behavioral health conditions.

Outreach & Engagement (photo: group outside on grass)

Crisis and Referral Services

These programs include a range of crisis prevention and early intervention services.

Parent and Family Support Services

These programs serve individuals and families with behavioral health conditions.

Parent Education & Support Services (photo: mother daughter piggyback)

Screening & Assessment Services

These programs serve members of the community with life experiences that may make them vulnerable to behavioral health conditions.

Veterans' Court Services (photo: briefcase)

Early Intervention Services

These programs provide interventions to individuals and families who are isolated, underserved, un-served and with limited access to behavioral health services.

Early Intervention Services (smiling children)

School-Based Services

These programs provide professional development/training to school personnel and behavioral health prevention services to children, youth and families.

photo: children in class, raising hands

HIV Services

These programs provide HIV testing, prevention education and services for HIV-positive individuals to assist in coordinating their medical care.

HIV Related Services (photo: two women talking)

Training Services

Training is provided to the general community and/or specific populations to increase awareness of factors that contribute to the development of behavioral health conditions.

Technical Assistance & Training Services (photo: presentation)

Network of Care

  • Network of Care for Behavioral Health Services

    The Network of Care website is a resource for individuals, families and agencies concerned with behavioral health. It provides information about behavioral health services, laws, and related news, as well as communication tools and other features. Regardless of where you begin your search for assistance with behavioral health issues, the Network of Care helps you find what you need.

  • Network of Care for Veterans & Service Members

    The Network of Care for Veterans & Service Members is part of a growing awareness and effort to take a community approach to the needs of returning veterans, to ensure that they are a valuable part of a healthy community and that the community is a meaningful part of the health of the veteran. This is a one-stop-shop for virtually all services, information, support, advocacy, and much more.