MHASC conducts an active public education campaign through public appearances, media contacts, statewide speaking engagements, targeted workshops, legislative education days, special mailings, newsletters and community collaborations.  Priorities include expanded program development, more public education workshops and educational conferences.  In addition to MHASC participating in national and state depression screening days MHASC has also facilitated an Olmstead Implementation Training Workshop in conjunction with the NMHA as part of the Governor’s Task Force for Home and Community-Based Services.


In addition to MHASC’s flagship educational programs of QPR and Don’t Duck Mental Health, MHASC can offer your group or organization trainings on a variety of topics related to mental health.  Contact MHASC’s Community Outreach Director, Jean Ann Lambert, for more information.