News Events

The Importance of Grit

Over the past few months, there has been one word that I keep coming back to when I think about weathering this COVID-19 storm: Grit. Having grit means being courageous, having endurance and being resilient. This community has grit. We don’t succumb to hardships. We stand up, dust ourselves off and lean on those closest to us for support as we push forward. At both the individual and community level, we are strong.

Wyandot BHN Receives $215,000 Wyandotte Health Foundation Grant to Address Trauma

Wyandot Behavioral Health Network has received a $215,000 grant from Wyandotte Health Foundation to continue the work of a program that supports grassroots efforts to help communities prevent and heal from trauma. This marks the second consecutive year that the Foundation has awarded its Cross-Sector Collaboration grant to the program Alive & Thrive Wyandotte County.

Annual Reports

View annual reports for Wyandot Behavioral Health Network. 

Brochures- English & Spanish

View brochures for each of our organizations in English & Spanish. 

Important Updates Regarding Wyandot BHN and COVID-19

Wyandot BHN is making changes to services due to COVID-19. 

Wyandot BHN CEO Responds to Death of George Floyd

Wyandot BHN CEO Randy Callstrom responds to the death of George Floyd. 

Let's Talk About Allyship

As Pride Month 2020 gets underway, we want to take a moment to talk about what it means to be an ally. 

Wyandot BHN Warriors: Gaby

As Mental Health Month draws to a close, we want to share one final Wyandot BHN Warrior with you. Gaby is part of our Supported Employment team and has continued to help individuals with persistent mental illness seek employment during the pandemic. 

Wyandot BHN Warriors: Mahagany

Before Mental Health Month comes to an end, we have a couple more staff stories we want to share with you, including how Mahagany is serving the community. 

Wyandot BHN Warriors: Tammy

As Mental Health Month continues, we want to introduce you to another Wyandot BHN staff member who is finding creative ways to help families navigate the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Wyandot BHN Warriors: Jaliah

As part of Mental Health Month, we're putting the spotlight on our staff members and the creative ways they're serving clients, particularly during this COVID-19 pandemic. 

Wyandot BHN Warriors: Vicki

As Mental Health Month continues, we're sharing the great work our staff is doing to serve our community.