What's New at CBH
Join the Historic Triangle Drug Prevention Coalition (HTDPC) and the Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America (CADCA) for a virtual screening of GATEWAY, an award-winning documentary about three families inadvertently impacted by opioid addiction that began with a prescription to manage pain after surgery. The film provides an intimate look into the struggles that can be caused by legal opioid prescriptions when the dangers of these medications are not properly understood.
Colonial Behavioral Health's Prevention Services will be hosting a FREE online training on Substance Use Disorder on Monday, June 15 at 2 p.m. The training will cover what Substance Use Disorder is, how it affects more than the individual struggling with addiction, and what effective treatment looks like.
Colonial Behavioral Health celebrates Children's Mental Health Awareness Month. If your child or adolescent is in need of help, call the Greater Williamsburg Child Assessment Center at (757) 253-4047.
Colonial Behavioral Health and the Greater Williamsburg Trauma-Informed Community Network, a network of organizations in Greater Williamsburg supporting a TRAUMA-AWARE, RESILIENT, and COMPASSIONATE community, celebrates the first annual Resilience Week Virginia, May 3-9, 2020.
Colonial Behavioral Health will offer a free two-day Applied Suicide Intervention Skills (ASIST) training on March 3 and 4.