New Service Offerings
Mental Health JH is launching its “Let’s Talk” campaign, which aims to shed light on mental health issues that adults, children and families face, and to let them know there are resources available to them and their friends, family and co-workers. This awareness campaign will be a joint effort with contributions and expert advice from local nonprofits and private practitioners.
This campaign aims to help folks in our community who are seeking services and concerned about affordability. St. John’s Health Foundation’s Mental Health Fund joins with other local nonprofits (including Curran Seeley) and practitioners to offset the cost for up to six mental and behavioral health visits. Local nonprofits who have been invested in this work for decades in our community, as always, continue to offer their services throughout the valley. Local nonprofits and private practices are partnering with SJHF in helping make care available to anyone who needs it in the Greater Teton Region.
With the help of bilingual therapists from La Familia, Curran Seeley will begin providing outpatient substance abuse treatment services in Spanish. “We are thrilled to be able to provide these services to our community and are excited to be partnering with La Familia in this effort” said Trudy Birkemeyer Funk, Curran Seeley Executive Director.
Curran Seeley is helping Healthcare Professionals that may be struggling with alcohol and substance abuse issues during these stressful times. Free consultations, evaluations and outpatient care is available for any healthcare worker living in Teton County. We want to help those who have been so helpful in our community through Covid 19.