“13 Reasons Why” on Netflix

"13 Reasons Why" is a Netflix series about a high school student who commits suicide after leaving behind 13 tapes for classmates blaming each one for her suicide. The popular series has generated considerable conversation in both mainstream and social media. The suicide prevention website www.save.org has created 13 Reasons Why - Talking Points to help... Read More

Child Abuse Prevention Month

April is national Child Abuse Prevention Month. For more information about Child & Family services at Frontier Behavioral Health, call 509.838.4651.

2-1-1 gets you connected

Need help but don't know where to turn? GET CONNECTED and GET ANSWERS by calling 2-1-1. Calls to 2-1-1 are confidential and free from your land line phone. Trained, local specialists are available to help you find a number of services including: Housing Temporary shelter Food pantries Transportation Senior services Medical care 2-1-1 is available... Read More

FBH breaks ground on new building

The temperature was frigid but the sun was out and the shovels were golden during FBH's official groundbreaking ceremony on Dec. 6 for its new office and clinical space at 2128 E. Sprague. The ceremony was attended by FBH staff, Evergreen Club members, and key community partners involved in the project including Bill Bouten of... Read More

Mental Illness Awareness Week

Mental Illness Awareness Week this year is Oct. 2-8. Activities vary by NAMI State Organization and NAMI Affiliate. In some case, activities may occur a week or so before or after the formal week, particularly if multiple events are planned. Please contact the Spokane NAMI Affiliate for specific information at 509.838.5515. If you are looking... Read More

Facebook app aimed at preventing suicide

Facebook has introduced a process to make it easier for people to help friends who post messages about suicide or self-harm. The new feature allows users to flag their friends' posts, which will then be reviewed by a team at the social network who will offer language to communicate with the person who is at... Read More

Care Cars recruiting volunteers

If you're looking for a volunteer opportunity Care Cars can help. A program of Elder Services, Care Cars is a volunteer transportation service for seniors and disabled individuals who need assistance getting to essential medical appointments. To be a Care Cars driver you must be 18 or older, have a valid Washington driver's license, a... Read More

Mental Health Awareness Month

Each year millions of Americans face the reality of living with a mental health condition. During the month of May, NAMI and participants across the country are bringing awareness to mental health. Each year we fight stigma, provide support, educate the public and advocate for equal care. Each year, the movement grows stronger. We believe... Read More

Final week for Next to Normal

Tickets are still available for Next to Normal, the Pulitzer Prize- and Tony Award-winning rock musical about bipolar disorder, presented by The Modern Theater at the Bing, April 7-17. Tickets are available at themoderntheater.org. As a community sponsor Frontier Behavioral Health will provide information about mental health in the lobby of the Bing following the... Read More

NAMI launches free mobile app

The National Alliance on Mental Illness has created a free mobile app called AIR (Anonymous. Inspiring. Relatable) to provide a safe space for the mental health community to connect and support each other. Read more here.