Benchmarking community behavioral health
Register today for CAPE's Community Behavioral Health Training
This training is to equip Extension educators and community leaders with the capacity to mobilize and sustain a community-based initiative to address priority behavioral health issues. Click here for the training brochure.
The training is a combination of web-based and face-to-face events, and kicks off on September 8, 2016. For more details, click here for the flyer.
There is no fee to participate but space is limited to the first 15 registrants. To register, contact:
North Central Regional Center for Rural Development
March 5, 2014
Departments of Health and Human Services, Agriculture, and University Consortium Partner in $3M Project to Improve Use of Behavioral Health Metrics
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CAPE Leadership Team. In photo left to right: Stephan Goetz, Don Albrecht, Scott Loveridge, Rachel Welborn, Dee Owens, Brent Elrod.
CAPE Phase II Community Partner featured in local West Virginia Newspaper.
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