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Mental Health, The Family, Community and You

October 10, 2019
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8:00am - 5:00pm (Registration/Check-In starts at 7:30am)
Del Rio Civic Center
1915 Veterans Blvd
Del Rio, Texas 78840

Registration Fee includes light breakfast, lunch and snacks.
General Public: $10.00
Professional Development CEU & TCOLE:
Early Bird Registration ends 9/25/2019: $40.00
     (After the 25th, CEU registration: $50.00)

• Trends in mental health  • Greg Hansch, LMSW, Interim
• Adolescent mental health  Executive Director and Public
• Mental health and the   Policy Director
• criminal justice system  • Tamera Coyne-Beasley, MD,
• Trauma  MPH, FAAP, FSAHM
   • Michael Telch, Ph.D.
   • Dr. Samuel Garcia

See the flyer for CEU's

Click on this link for a PDF of the Mental Health, The Family, Community and You flyer you can view or print.

Click on this link for a PDF of the Mental Health, The Family, Community and You blank registration form you can print.

Join us for the CHIC Mental Health, The Family, Community and You event

The following link is to an online registration form where you fill in the blanks and submit the form.
Click here for online registration.
You may pay the registration fees with a check or using the PayPal Web site.


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Mental Health is vital to our well-being and enjoyment of life. Depression, anxiety and other mental illness can disrupt that process and can be very debilitating for individuals and their families. Mental health problems affect people of all ages and backgrounds:


  1. Feelings of sadness, fatigue, loss of motivation, crying spells, helplessness, isolation which have been ongoing for more than two weeks
  2. Changes in behavior, personality, sleeping/eating habits
  3. Difficulty concentrating
  4. Increased risk taking behavior
  5. Intense worries, fears, agitation
  6. Psychosomatic complaints such as racing heart, physical discomfort, shortness of breath
  7. Mood swings
  8. Questioning purpose in life, suicidal ideation
  9. Delusional thinking/hallucinations
  10. Changes affecting daily functioning and enjoyment in life

Help is available. Mental health and physical health go hand in hand in maintaining quality of life. We must all work together to overcome the stereotypes and fears that prevent us from seeking help.

Heritage Program for Senior AdultsHill Country Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities Center
           801 Bedell Avenue               906 E. 11th Street
           (830) 778-3629              (830) 774-8702
Baptist Child Family Services 
          519 Bedell Avenue (830) 768-2755 
          (830) 768-2755 

Mental Health Resources are also available at:

U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, Mental

World Mental Health Organization

Substance Abuse Services Administration

National Alliance on Mental Health

Mental Health America of Texas

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Community Health Improvement Coalition

If you would like to be contacted by someone from the Mental Health team
please fill out the online form and you will be contacted.
Click here for the contact form.