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Happy Holidays and Thank You

It goes without saying that 2020 has been a year like no other in challenges and changes. At C-WHO, we are so thankful you have partnered with us to support health and healthcare communities across the country to prevent suicide, address the opioid epidemic, expand access to behavioral health services, and enhance data management capacity in rural areas.

Your partnership and support make all the difference in the world to us and to the communities we serve. As we push closer to 2021, we do not plan on slowing down. Please join us in an upcoming event or consider donating to help us continue to support health and wellbeing in the areas we serve.


  • Arkansas Integrated Behavioral Health Network (ABHIN): C-WHO is working with ABHIN to enhance access to behavioral health services in rural Arkansas through various private and public grants focused on opioid use disorder and suicide prevention
  • Weiser Memorial Health Telehealth: C-WHO has partnered with Weiser Memorial Health to develop a novel local network to address access to emergency behavioral health services in rural areas.

New Projects:

  • rEASON: The team at C-WHO is working to improve the capacity of primary care to promote non-opioid pain management alternatives related to surgery through training and technical assistance (funded by HRSA G25RH40035)
  • I-ROPPES Implementation: C-WHO was awarded a three year, $1 Million grant to help rural primary care practices improve the prevention of, treatment of, and recovery from opiod use disorders. C-WHO is one of three Idaho organizations receiving this award (funded by HRSA GA1RH39551).
  • Pfizer Helping the Helpers: Pfizer generously provided $50,000 in funding to promote training and engagement resources for rural healthcare providers to reduce stress, compassion fatigue, and suicide in the face of COVID-19

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raoulrolfes@c-who.orgHappy Holidays and Thank You