- Nov 07 2022
TimeMountain Standard Time
- 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm
Empower Idaho Event: Public-Facing Education – 988: Help is Three-Digits Away
With Belinda Dalrymple, LCPC, Adam T. Moravek, LMSW & Lee Flinn, MBA
November 7, 2022 | 5:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. MST
Open to all | Online | ASL Interpreter will be present
– Making sure people know what 988 is
– Explaining a Crisis Care Continuum
– When you would call 988
– What help you might receive when calling 988
About the Presenters:
Belinda Dalrymple (she/her), LCPC, started at the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare – Division of Behavioral Health as a crisis clinician in 2013. She quickly became the Law Enforcement Liaison a team lead. Belinda grew into a Crisis Program Specialist before being promoted to Clinical Supervisor of the Mobile Crisis Unit. She is now the Crisis Program Manager for the Center of Excellence Bureau. She has extensive knowledge about building collaborative partnerships, crisis system structuring, and creative problem-solving challenges faced in various communities. Belinda graduated from Idaho State University with a master’s in Counseling.
Adam Moravek (he/him), LMSW, is the director of clinical operations at the Western Idaho Community Crisis Center (WIDCCC) in Caldwell, Idaho. WIDCCC first opened in April 2019 and serves adults, 18 and older who are in mental health and/or substance use crisis. Adam worked as clinician at WIDCCC from December of 2019 to January 2022. Adam was appointed as director of clinical operations in January 2022. Adam attended Boise State University and received a B.S. in Psychology and a masters degree in Social Work. Adam was born and raised in Boise, Idaho and currently lives in Ontario, Oregon with his wife, two cats and ball python. Adam has a passion for serving individuals with severe and persistent mental illness and chronic substance use problems.
Lee Flinn (she/her), MBA, joined the Idaho Crisis & Suicide Hotline as director in May 2020. She has 25 years’ experience in nonprofit operations with mission-focused organizations in Idaho. Prior to joining the Hotline, Lee served in various roles in Idaho nonprofits including; policy director of Idaho Primary Care Association, advocacy director of AARP Idaho, founding executive director of Conservation Voters for Idaho, and executive director of the Idaho Women’s Network. Lee is a long-time Idaho resident and a graduate of the Boise State University Executive MBA program.
*If you are struggling with a mental or emotional problem, having trouble with drugs or alcohol, having family or relationship problems – reach out to 988. Someone is always there for you on the other end of the line. You can call for yourself, or someone you care about. The 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline is designed as a support and resource connection tool for people in need, and not intended to establish involuntary holds. If you have questions about the involuntary hold process, please contact The Division of Behavioral Health at BehavioralHealth@dhw.idaho.gov