The Kansas Consumer Advisory Council for Adult Mental Health, Inc. (Kansas CAC) is a consumer organization serving the geographical area of Kansas and dedicated to improving the lives of people with psychiatric disabilities. The organization is entirely made up of people who self-identify as current or former consumers of mental health services. We all have important values and ideas, things we care about and want to share. Sometimes we feel our ideas can even change the world, and we want to let other people know how they can join in and make all our lives better. Feel free to browse the website and take part in the forum discussions. If you have any questions, you may post them in the forum or contact us using the contact us link in the menu at the top of the page.
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1 View on Facebook National Suicide Prevention Lifeline '1-800-273-TALK (8255)'
We want to thank everyone who has helped us spread the word this week that #suicideispreventable. Your videos are helping people know that it is okay to talk, vent, and #letitout! If you haven't made a video, please consider making one by following these guidelines. http://ow.ly/BiQqx
2 View on Facebook Brandon Marshall Tackles Stigma Of Mental Illness In The NFL
In our culture, being masculine often means not being vulnerable; this is especially true in the NFL, where it seems players must act like stone-faced warriors to survive unscathed. But Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall has weaknesses, and...
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Intentional Peer Support provides a powerful framework for creating relationships where both people learn and grow together. We offer a range of trainings to examine and practice what is necessary to build mutual support. IPS is used across the world in both peer-run and traditional service settings…
2 View on Facebook Recovery Month: 25 Years Strong | SAMHSA Blog
Recovery Month: 25 Years Strong September 4, 2014 / No Comments By: Pamela S. Hyde, J.D., SAMHSA Administrator, and Tom Coderre, SAMHSA Senior Advisor To mark this year’s 25th annual observance of National Recovery Month, SAMHSA Administrator, Pam Hyde, and her new Senior Advisor, Tom Coderre, share…