When students in the Bay-Arenac Intermediate School District (BAISD) returned to in-person classes in late August, Jennifer Ayers, BAISD supervisor of special education and 31n coordinator, along with Michelle Goaley, BAISD director of instructional services, and their counselors, administrators, and teachers spent the summer getting prepared to deploy the bhworks…
This NIMH-hosted webinar will provide an opportunity for diverse stakeholders, including school administrators, researchers, practitioners, policymakers, and funders, to learn about new and innovative practices in school-based suicide prevention.
The Baltimore County Department of Health (BCDH) in Maryland has chosen bhworks, the enterprise-scale behavioral health collaborative software platform from mdlogix, to support data and workflow aspects of their 4-year, Overdose to Action (OD2A) grant from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to prevent opioid overdoses.
Prince George’s County Public Schools (PGCPS) in Maryland has chosen bhworks, the comprehensive, validated, behavioral health software platform powered by mdlogix, to help 190 schools countywide gain consent, screen, identify, assess, refer, and monitor treatment for all K-12 students.
Thanks to expanded funding, more Michigan schools are supporting their students' mental and behavioral health. However, managing mental health support services for the hundreds or thousands of students enrolled in any of Michigan's intermediate school districts (ISDs) is no simple task.
Lt. Governor Boyd K. Rutherford is leading a delegation of 10 Maryland companies this week to MEDICA 2021, the world’s largest medical trade show in Dusseldorf, Germany, which typically attracts more than 120,000 attendees from around the world.
When the sixth to 12th grade students in the Hempfield School District (HSD) returned to school Aug. 24 following the COVID pandemic, its school counseling staff had just finished expanding their ability to identify and manage student mental health needs.
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.