Membership: Member Spotlight
The National Council wishes to showcase our members and your accomplishments. If you have a piece you would like mentioned here and in the biweekly Technical Assistance Update e-newsletter, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hazelden is the leading publisher of evidence-based behavioral health programs that address the specific needs of clients struggling with substance abuse and mental health issues. In partnership with the Dartmouth Psychiatric Research Center, also a leader in the research and development of evidence-based practices, Hazelden has launched a comprehensive, state-of-the-art line of professional resources under the name Dartmouth PRC-Hazelden.
Netsmart is the leading knowledge and technology partner for behavioral health nationwide and has worked with the National Council to introduce corrective legislation in Congress that would expand the scope of Meaningful Use funding eligibility to community mental health agencies.
The Brien Center (Pittsfield, MA) is excited to announce plans for moving to a new location in North Adams later this year. The former North Adams Transcript building at 124 American Legion Drive will be renovated and offer a variety of comprehensive services addressing the needs of the North County community. The agency plans to consolidate several existing services in to one facility; Adult Outpatient Treatment Services, Child & Adolescent Treatment Services, Community Based Flexible Support Services, Acute Treatment Services and Psychiatric Services. This new location will offer increased services to members of the community and help all ages in a pleasant and comfortable setting with improved parking and access to care.
The Pioneer Center for Human Services (McHenry, IL), has announced a series of programs to keep children engaged—learning all through the hot summer months. Courses appeal to a wide variety of ages and address current topics in a child’s life. Course topics range from: R.A.P. (Responsibility, Accountability, Positive-Thinking); Understanding Bullying; How to be a BFF; Who are Your “Friends”; Family Connection; and Playtime.