Join members of the Douglas County behavioral health system of care for a community conversation about suicide prevention and the resources available through the new Treatment & Recovery Center (TRC), opening in 2022, for the Douglas County community. The event will be held virtually at noon Tuesday, Sept. 28, during Suicide Prevention Awareness Month. This event will feature a panel of community voices who are experts in their field to talk about the TRC and the new opportunities it will bring for community members along with the resources it offers for all persons in need.
- Rich Failla, Executive Director of the Treatment & Recovery Center
- Aaron Newton, Bert Nash Center Access Center Team Leader
- Bob Tryanski, Director of Behavioral Health Projects of Douglas County
- Monica Kurz, Vice President of External Programming of Kansas Suicide Prevention HQ
- Ashley Countryman, Clinical Coordinator at DCCCA
- Stacey Cooper, Director of Case Management Services at Heartland RADAC
To register for this free virtual event, visit: http://dgcoks.org/0928event.