Attend an Educational Activity
We provide educational activities for consumers and their family members, professionals, and providers of behavioral health services. Examples may include webinars, parity training, consumer rights and responsibilities information, trauma informed care workshops, QPR, agency readiness training, education about recovery oriented practices and person centered care, and workshops on SAMHSA’s version of WRAP. Visit our consumer and provider activity pages to learn more!
Partner with Us!
We welcome ideas and partnerships to bring opportunities to your area, and we’d love to hear about activities you may be interested in. We’re happy to do the leg work to bring mental health education and awareness to your community to benefit mental health consumers and those who help them. Maybe you have a specific presenter or workshop in mind. Depending on the activity and required resources, we can help network and distribute your materials, coordinate mental health trainings, workshops, and webinars for your audience.
Take Our Survey!
If you or a family member are seeking, receiving, or have received behavioral health services in Idaho, please take a moment to give us your feedback. Your responses will be used to learn more about Idaho’s behavioral health climate from the consumer and family member perspective. We use your anonymous input to relay information to the Department of Health and Welfare about concerns consumers may have about the care they receive. We also use input to inform what types of educational activities and resources we offer. Your detailed comments and feedback are very valuable to us and will help impact Idaho’s behavioral health system.
Share Your Personal Story
Everyone has an authentic voice, and we can make a difference by sharing our experiences and perspectives. People want to know what has helped and what has given you hope. Let them know they are not alone. Writing and sharing personal stories can be a profound experience. It can awaken awareness and help people heal by providing comfort to those facing similar challenges and reducing our own sense of isolation. Contact us if you have a mental health recovery story you would like to share.