Read our report identifying current behavioral health patterns and needs in the region.

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With all that is going on in the world, our country, state, and communities today with regards to COVID-19, we wanted to remind everyone what a great resource our Mobile Response Team (MRT) is. So, we are posting a video (featuring our own Dr. Jay Reeve and Leon County Sheriff, Walt McNeil) that takes an in-depth look at what a great asset this team is for the people, families, and communities in our area. Our MRT is available 24 hours per day, seven days per week and can be contacted by anyone, anytime by simply calling: 850-523-3248.


The amazing Nicole Everett and guest Lashaundra Cromotee speak on the pros and cons of counseling, Black women, and professional therapy with CWN Host, Nicole Everett. We know you will enjoy this video and help us celebrate Minority Mental Health Awareness Month!


What is mental health and why is it important? Larry Kubiak, PhD, Psychologist with Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare explains.




Learn more about our key findings based on numerous, converging sources of information gathered through 2018 and our recommendations related to mental health in the coming years.



Our report on the state of mental health in the region is based on numerous, converging sources of information gathered through 2018. The report serves as a springboard for ongoing assessment, attention and recommendations related to mental health in the coming years.

Please join Dr. Jay Reeve, Robin Hassler Thompson, JD, MA, and Garciela Marquina, MSW as they host: “Human Trafficking: What Healthcare Providers Need to Know.

This is a FREE online training available to healthcare providers. “Every healthcare professional, including the mental health practitioner, holds a unique and trusted position in our world, making it imperative that they are fully informed about human trafficking. This session will meet the requirements of Florida law regarding human trafficking education and help attendees to identify both sex and labor trafficking within their practice setting, understand how to best respond, and learn about resources to support trafficked persons and those who are at risk of being trafficked. Please register early. Space is limited!”

This course satisfies the 2 hours of Human Trafficking training mandatory for APRNs, RNs, LPNs each renewal/biennium. CNAs will receive 2 hours of general credit.

Applications for other healthcare provider CEUs are pending.

Please click the following link to register: