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Johnson County Mental Health Center

Johnson County Mental Health Center is the gateway to mental health in Johnson County, providing a wide range of mental health and substance abuse services to county residents. 

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Department News

Blue Valley schools, Children’s Mercy partner for bigger conversation on teen suicide
September 10, 2018

“Just last year in Johnson County, Kansas - 15 students died by suicide across the county's six school districts. On Tuesday, a community event in Overland Park took a hard look at the tough topic. "Zero Reasons Why" was the message at a community event "Fore the Kids" - that no one should end their life.” See the video here: https://www.kmbc.com/article/blue-valley-schools-children-s-mercy-partner-for-bigger-conversation-on-teen-suicide/22868685

Johnson County Poised to Expand Mental Health Services
August 1, 2018

Johnson County’s proposed $1.1 billion budget for 2019 includes a $3 million increase in spending on mental health services.

The money would fund six additional workers at the Johnson County Mental Health Center, including three new case managers who would work with both children and adults.

Read more at: http://www.kcur.org/post/johnson-county-poised-expand-mental-health-services#stream/0

 

Johnson County mental health officials discuss suicide prevention
June 11, 2018

“Suicide does not discriminate based on social status, level of celebrity, financial status, race or gender,” said Johnson County Mental Health Emergency Service Director, Rob McDougall. “Everybody and anybody is susceptible to suicide, and unfortunately the higher profile deaths this week highlight this fact.”

See the video here: https://www.kshb.com/news/local-news/johnson-county-mental-health-officials-discuss-suicide-prevention

Expert: Face-to-face connections helpful in suicide prevention
June 11, 2018

"If there's something off about the person, if you've noticed something different, but you have to have a connection with someone in order to notice that."

See the full video at: http://www.kmbc.com/article/expert-says-face-to-face-connections-helpful-in-suicide-prevention/21241608

Don’t be afraid to ask for help: Kate Spade’s death prompts conversations about mental health
June 6, 2018

 Many times, people shy away from the word “suicide," but news of designer Kate Spade's death has prompted discussions about mental health and suicide prevention across the country.

Read More At: http://fox4kc.com/2018/06/05/dont-be-afraid-to-ask-for-help-kate-spades-death-prompts-conversations-about-mental-health/

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