Mental health providers accepted the challenge when Fort Worth Mayor Kenneth Barr asked them to create a plan for improving access to quality mental health services in Tarrant County for citizens of all ages.Read more
Sixteen beds for adolescents 13 and over re-opened at JPS. Community providers committed services for discharged youth.Read more
Six-year $9.5 million System of Care Grant (Community Solutions) awarded by SAMHSARead more
Tarrant County was awarded a second System of Care grant by SAMHSA (Hand in Hand)Read more
Hosted Research Roundtables to share research of local professionals from University of Texas at Arlington, Texas Christian University, University of North Texas Health Science Center, and Texas Wesleyan University with MHC membership.
Journal Clubs formed to continue literature review and community learning.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) training and implementation with Peter Jensen, MD of The REACH Institute.Read more
Tarrant Cares, a web-based data base of local health and human services, was launched.Read more
Transformation Bureau - 50 emerging leaders from MHC member agencies were selected to participate in a 2-day leadership program.Read more
Search Conference conducted by Ellen Kagen, Georgetown University, resulting in development of new strategic plan. More than 125 individuals from 60 agencies participated.Read more
First annual Recognize Trauma Symposium held with Kenneth Ginsburg, MD from Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. More than 800 attended.Read more
Paving the Way, a four-year grant program funded by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.Read more
Mental Health Connection Launched it's new website.Read more
An interactive course where over 240 participants explored how various regions of our brain work together to affect decision-making processes and determination of fairness.Read more
THE PROGRAMS, INITIATIVES, EVENTS, AND PROJECTS THAT HIGHLIGHT THE HISTORY OF MENTAL HEALTH CONNECTION.