In honor of Mental Health Awareness Month, we want to share a story featuring a young person who is living through a disruptive pandemic and highlight upcoming events and resources to support your mental and emotional health beyond May.
May is Mental Health Month and King County Behavioral Health and Recovery Division (BHRD) has partnered with behavioral health providers in our communities to develop and launch our 2022 Mental Health Month campaign, “Connect to Wellness.”
King County’s Behavioral Health and Recovery Division (BHRD) is pleased to announce the upcoming release of the Expand Peer Support for Behavioral Health Services request for proposal (RFP) on Tuesday, May 3, 2022. A total of $1,000,000 will be awarded and we anticipate several proposals will be funded
The King County Department of Community and Human Services’ (DCHS) Behavioral Health and Recovery Division (BHRD) is pleased to release this Request for Application. Up to $1,300,000 of American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds are available to expand access and utilization of behavioral health services in rural unincorporated areas of King County.
The King County Department of Community and Human Services’ (DCHS) Behavioral Health and Recovery Division (BHRD) is pleased to release this Request for Applications. Up to $600,000 is available through ARPA funding to respond to community-identified needs for youth suicide prevention training and peer behavioral health services in rural, unincorporated King County.
King County hosted its annual Behavioral Health Legislative Forum on December 7th, 2021. Each year, the evening celebrates recovery from mental health and substance use challenges across our communities in King County. The forum is also a place to discuss how we can continue to improve our public behavioral health system. This is the first…