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Over the years, Lina Wallen has worked tirelessly to make Coconino County a better place. She was recognized and honored with a Caring for Children Award at the 2018 Annual Child Abuse Prevention Conference on March 29, 2018 for her service with CASA, Foster Care Review Board, Coconino Coalition for Children & Youth, and The NARBHA Institute.

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The Coconino County Sheriff’s Office and The NARBHA Institute sponsored five Sheriff’s Office employees in attending classes to become certified Mental Health First Aid instructors. 

It is well recognized that our society is facing a mental health crisis. “We do our best to get people with mental health issues who come in contact with us the resources they need. However, the mental health crisis needs broad community involvement in developing solutions,” stated Sheriff Driscoll.  

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In a unique partnership, North Country Healthcare (NCHC) and The NARBHA Institute are collaborating to develop a family practice residency based at NCHC. The program will create a premier residency training program that prepares primary care physicians for integrated physical and behavioral care in a population health framework.

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Northern Arizona University and The NARBHA Institute have partnered to create an endowed professorship that focuses on the intersection of criminal justice and behavioral health. During the celebration of The NARBHA Institute’s 50th anniversary of service to the community, NAU President Rita Cheng spoke about the partnership between the two organizations.

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