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.
COVID-19 changed lives in many ways, including altering how Wyandot Behavioral Health Network provides service. When the pandemic began to affect the Kansas City area, our staff made the quick shift to offering telehealth services so we could continue to support our community through this challenging time.
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.
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.
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