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Living in Uncertain and Scary Times

For several weeks now we’ve had to get used to hearing that we’re living in uncertain times. Few of us can shake the uneasy and frightening feeling that so many things we took for granted before the pandemic could be coming to an end. Worse, we don’t know what awaits us on the other side.

Wyandot BHN Programs Achieve CARF Accreditation

Earlier this month, we learned that Wyandot Behavioral Health Network has received accreditation from an international organization that sets standards for mental health and other rehabilitation services. 

Helpful Resources for COVID-19

During this challenging time, knowledge and information can help reduce stress and anxiety. Please see these helpful resources and information regarding COVID-19 (Coronavirus) from these trusted local, state, national and worldwide sources:

Wyandot BHN's Response to Coronavirus

The health of our clients, employees, and visitors is very important to us. So is the health of our community. For this reason, all Wyandot BHN organizations have taken a number of steps to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus). These include: 

Alive & Thrive Making Progress on Addressing Community Trauma

Meet Alive & Thrive Wyandotte County's first class of Community Facilitators! 

Planting Seeds for Future Advocates: Kids Join Adults for Mental Health Advocacy Day

Nearly two dozen employees and consumers of Wyandot BHN traveled to the Kansas State Capitol this month to push for stronger mental health policies.

Supporting Suicide Prevention Awareness

Rock with the Ronni Ward Band Event a Success!

Thank You, AT&T!

AT&T 'answers the call' to prevent youth suicide in Wyandotte County.

Wyandot BHN to assume leadership of Alive & Thrive Wyandotte County

Wyandot Behavioral Health Network will lead the county-wide effort to build education and resources around trauma and its effects on the community.

Serving our Transgender Clients

We actively support our transgender clients in a trauma-informed and client-centered way.