Two Douglas County nonprofits have announced a partnership aimed at improving mental health care for children, young people and their families.
Amid the red and black adorning Lawrence High homecoming festivities this fall, a pop of teal ushered in a campaign promoting kindness at the school. Here’s the story behind the movement and James Lynch, the 2017 alum who inspired it.
Bert Nash Community Mental Health Center got news that it has achieved full certification under the state’s new model for behavioral health clinics.
Kevin Kling, an Emmy Award-winning storyteller, will give a free talk in Lawrence Thursday about growing from loss, finding humor and maintaining love and connections in times of suffering.
Mental health advocates are once again brainstorming ways to approach the Kansas Legislature about the state’s growing homelessness problem.
Taking audience members through a journey of magical dreams, a new musical strives to destigmatize seeking mental health support. “The Exultant Stag” is set to open this weekend at the Lawrence Arts Center.
Bri Harmon-Moore’s one-year anniversary with the Treatment and Recovery Center of Douglas County has come with new duties. The center on Friday announced her as its incoming director.
A free workshop this weekend will focus on suicide risk and prevention among BIPOC (Black, Indigenous and People of Color) community members.
Bert Nash Community Mental Health Center has received a grant to implement a substance use treatment program for people ages 14 to 21, the center has announced.
A facility that aims to fill in a gap in mental health services for Lawrence kids and teens secured a key approval Wednesday evening from the Planning Commission.
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