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Spring Into Mental Health

Program Type: Local Effort - Programs and/or activities that have not been evaluated but are identified by local programs as producing positive results.

Spring Into Mental Health 2009 and 2010 was a free 2-day community event that provided up-to-date mental health information and education. Spring into Mental Health is organized and provided by the Department of Human Service, Quentin N. Burdick Memorial HealthCare Facility. This annual event is scheduled in May in conjunction with National Mental Health month. This 2-day event focuses on providing educational information, interactive participation, and personal healing to both professionals and general community members. The purpose of this event is twofold. The primary goal is to promote holistic wellness and decrease the stigma associated with seeking mental health services in Indian county. Also, this conference highlights our local Native mental health professionals, providing a platform to share their knowledge, experience, and willingness to help others.

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Mental Health

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Health promotion and wellness


Name: Janelle Trottier
Site or Location Name: Aberdeen Area I.H.S.
115 4th Ave. SE Rm. 309
Aberdeen, SD 57401
United States
Phone: 605-226-7474

Primary Contact Name: Janelle Trottier
Site or Location Name: Aberdeen Area I.H.S.
P.O. Box 160
Belcourt, ND, ND 58316
United States
Phone: [701] 477-8658