34446170-1255-40d6-8b4f-4ce0dca290ac-20210525_NF_Mental_Health_03

Valley Oaks Health Discusses Youth Mental Health with Local Legislators

Valley Oaks Health recently partnered with Mental Health America – Wabash Valley Region, National Alliance on Mental Illness – West Central Indiana, Sycamore Springs, Bauer Family Resources, Willowstone Family Services, Meridian Health Services, and Tippecanoe County Community Corrections to give local legislators an opportunity to learn more about youth mental health and discuss how we can support our community through further education and action.

Learn more through coverage by the Journal & Courier and Purdue Exponent.

Share :

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on email

In The News

635987399978937349--50H6915

The West Lafayette Police Department has shifted its policy for calls involving people experiencing homelessness …

unnamed

Celebrating active recovery is important, but it can often overshadow the work done along the …

566-048-WLFI-Highlight-3_-Community-Corrections-scaled

Tippecanoe County Community Corrections is prioritizing recovery for its clients struggling with substance use disorder. …

635987399978937349--50H6915

The West Lafayette Police Department has shifted its policy for calls involving people experiencing homelessness …

unnamed

Celebrating active recovery is important, but it can often overshadow the work done along the …

566-048-WLFI-Highlight-3_-Community-Corrections-scaled

Tippecanoe County Community Corrections is prioritizing recovery for its clients struggling with substance use disorder. …

566-048-WLFI-Highlight-2_-LTHC-Photo

Valley Oaks Health is proud to partner with community organizations like LTHC Homeless Services and …