Register today for CAPE's Community Behavioral Health Training 2017
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.
There is no fee to participate but space is limited. For registration questions/concerns 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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Benchmarking community behavioral health