Two Kansas mental health advocacy, education, and support organizations are offering 15 virtual or in-person training programs to parents, caregivers, school staff, K-12 students, and community organizations in 70 counties to help them cope with the mental impact of experiencing and surviving a natural disaster.
Michigan’s Department of Education chose in May the bhworks software platform from mdlogix to help schools statewide to gain consent, screen, identify, assess, refer, and monitor treatment for all school-age youth grades K–12.
Valhalla Veteran’s Services, which provides services to over 26,000 veterans and first responders covering three Pennsylvania counties, is now using the bhworks mental health software platform from mdlogix to stop suicides.
Carol Rothera, an intervention counselor for 17 years and current supervisor for student services in the West Chester Area School District (WCASD) in West Chester, Pa., set the stage for successful universal screenings seven years ago.
We R H.O.P.E has contracted to use bhworks, the comprehensive, validated, behavioral health software platform from mdlogix, to help eight Vermont schools and one New Hampshire school to gain consent, screen, identify, assess, refer, and monitor treatment for the students. The goal is to reduce youth suicides and other mental…
The Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) received a 5-year federal grant to reduce harms and deaths from suicidality in residents ages 25 years and older, and this September will be using bhworks software to collect patient data and report it back to the federal government.
The year was 2017, and Kirsten Johnson, the first director of social work services in Pennsylvania’s Dover Area School District (DASD), remembers her job interview. The District is located southeast of Harrisburg, the state capital, and educates over 3,600 students in grades K-12. It never had a social worker on…
May is Mental Health Awareness month and the Kansas Department for Aging and Disabilities Services (KDADS), mdlogix client, is diligently working with schools to improve the mental health of children and adolescents.
bhworks, the comprehensive, validated, behavioral health software platform powered by mdlogix, has been chosen by the Michigan Department of Education (MDE) to help schools statewide to gain consent, screen, identify, assess, refer, and monitor treatment for all school-age youth grades K - 12.
mdlogix, with its partners from Drexel and Thomas Jefferson Universities, asked Biden administration leaders and select congressional members this week to adopt the Behavioral Health Learning Collaborative (BHLC) solution