Article highlights JAMHI’s involvement with Juneau’s therapeutic courts

NAMI Juneau’s Inside Passages series, held at JAMHI in the Founders Room, used their November session to highlight the benefits of therapeutic court programs.

Rachel Gearhart, JAMHI’s Director of Behavioral Health Services, was on the panel of the multi-disciplinary team involved with the therapeutic courts.

Juneau Empire covered the presentation:  https://www.juneauempire.com/news/therapeutic-courts-look-to-fix-problems-not-simply-punish-people/

 

 

Clinician Recognized by NASW Alaska Chapter attendees

During the 2019 National Association of Social Workers (NASW) Alaska Chapter Biennial Conference – Nurtured Hearts Nurture Hearts – attendees were asked to nominate an attendee who deserved recognition.

6 nominees were selected to be recognized on the final day’s “Breakfast of Champions.”

JAMHI’s Angel Lee was one of the six nominees selected to be introduced.  Angel is the Assessing Clinician at JAMHI and is always eager to help out with any task that needs doing to keep JAMHI a well-oiled machine.

Congratulations Angel!

JAMHI Hosts Southeast Alaska AHEC Health Care Career Connections HS Students

Health Care Career Connection students at JAMHI

 

JAMHI Health & Wellness welcomed a group of HS students from Southeast Alaska high schools this May.

As students interested in healthcare professions, they are interested to know what kinds of careers can be had at JAMHI; what sorts of training they require; and what keeps us doing the work that we do.

Check out this great looking group who met with Clinical Director Rachel Gearhart.