Ozarks Healthcare Behavioral Health Center’s second annual Youth Mental Health Workshop Cancelled due to COVID-19
Due to the increase in COVID-19 cases in our region, Ozarks Healthcare’s Behavioral Health Center (BHC) will cancel its second annual Youth Mental Health Workshop originally scheduled for this Friday, Aug. 20, for the safety of all participants and our community.
Presentations that were scheduled to be a part of the workshop will be recorded and sent to those who registered to attend at a later date. Registrants should continue to check their email and Ozarks Healthcare’s Facebook page for updates.
“While we wish we could meet in person for this event, we know this is the best decision for the wellbeing of our community,” Lorenda Roberson, Family Support Provider at Ozarks Healthcare Behavioral Health Center, said. “We are excited to offer video recordings of our speakers to registrants soon. This option will allow those who registered to have the presentations available for continual reference. We hope this is helpful for those who planned to attend.”
For more information, please contact Lorenda at L.Roberson@OZHCare.com or Myriah Wallace at M.Wallace@OZHCare.com.
About Ozarks Healthcare Behavioral Health Center
Ozarks Healthcare Behavioral Health Center offers efficient and effective mental health services to children and adults including individual, couples, and family counseling. In addition, Ozarks Healthcare Behavioral Health Center provides case management, anger management, group therapy, and medication services to help reduce the severity and duration of mental health disorders. Its team of psychiatrists, social workers, nurse practitioners, nurses, community support specialists, peer specialists, family support providers, and counselors provide convenient, comprehensive care to keep its community mentally healthy. For more information about Ozarks Healthcare Behavioral Health Center, visit https://www.ozarkshealthcare.com/services/behavioral-health/.
Ozarks Healthcare is a system of care encompassing primary care and specialty clinics, along with complete rehabilitation, behavioral healthcare, and home health services. While the 114-bed acute care hospital cares for more than 5,400 admissions, the entire health system has more than 364,000 patient visits annually in South Central Missouri and Northern Arkansas. For more information about Ozarks Healthcare, visit www.OzarksHealthcare.com.