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Read the latest news from the Southwest Iowa Mental Health & Disability Services Region.

Latest News from the Southwest Iowa MHDS Region

Classroom Coaching: In Place-Just In Time (IP-JIT)

posted August 20, 2021
Amerigroup Iowa is excited to offer In Place - Just In Time Training by Dr. Thomas Pomeranz!

Build community with Skills System!

posted August 20, 2021
You are invited to join us for Introduction to the Skills System webinars on: Friday September 10, 2021 at 1 pm CST Wednesday October 13, 2021 at 12 pm CST

Region Service Development Update

posted July 27, 2021

Crisis News and More: July 2021 Regional Newsletter

posted July 23, 2021
Hope you enjoy this month's copy of Crisis News and More

Service Spotlight: Regional Advisory Committee

posted July 20, 2020
Southwest Iowa MHDS Region recently restructured their Adult and Children's Advisory Committees with the approval of the Region's Governing Board, adding members to both committees.

Service Spotlight: Collaborative Support Team

posted June 15, 2020
Since August 2013, a dedicated group of providers has been meeting to discuss and support individuals in our community that have complex needs. They are known as the Collaborative Support Team (CST).

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This page was printed from the Southwest Iowa Mental Health & Disability Services Region on September 19, 2021. For the latest information, visit swiamhds.org.

The HOPE 4 IOWA Crisis Line is available 24/7.

The HOPE 4 IOWA Crisis Call Line connects individuals in crisis to a helping hand and the resources to address and improve mental wellness. Available 24/7 at (844) 673-4469.

Have a question? You can also email the Hope 4 Iowa Crisis Line at hope4iowa@boystown.org. One of our counselors will respond within 24 hours.

If you or someone you know is in immediate danger, please dial 911.