This toolkit has been specifically designed with our community partners in mind. It is the goal of Community Mental Health Authority of Clinton, Eaton, and Ingham Counties (CMHA-CEI) that this toolkit helps our community partners to disseminate information about behavioral health, prevention, and wellness, to the individuals and families they serve. It is CMHA-CEI’s hope that this will equip our partners with easy-to-use and useful information for their audiences. This Facebook Toolkit will increase awareness, promote local resources and training opportunities, and reduce stigma around behavioral health issues affecting our communities.

Suicide is a serious global public health problem that demands our attention butpreventing suicide is no easy task. Current research indicates that the prevention of
suicide, while feasible, involves a whole series of activities, ranging from provision of the best possible conditions for bringing up our children and young people, through accurate and timely assessment of mental disorders and their effective treatment, to the environmental control of risk factors.

This website provides information on the signs and symptoms of mental health challenges, descriptions of research-based treatment options, and videos of Veterans sharing their own inspiring stories of recovery (military/veteran specific)

This pdf was created by Michigan Health Endowment Fund to help individuals and organizations select mental wellness apps that are evidence based for the target behavior and situation

NorthCare Network ensures that every eligible recipient receives quality specialty mental health and substance use disorder services and supports through the responsible management of regional resources.

Webinar hosted by the MIHEN with CMU students discussing mental health tips for students during a pandemic.

This guide provides information on common mental health disorders in young people (and the medications that are often used to treat these), tops on identifying substance misuse and steps to making informed decisions about evaluation and treatment for co-occurring disorders.