Celebrating Our Commitment to Mental Health: Columbia Community Mental Health Featured on KGW’s Talk About It Initiative on Hello Rose City!

We are pleased to share some exciting news: Columbia Community Mental Health has been featured on KGW's Hello Rose City! This special feature highlights our dedication to promoting mental health and well-being in our community. In the segment sponsored by CareOregon, viewers got an inside look at our programs and the care we provide. From counseling services to community outreach initiatives, our goal remains steadfast: to support individuals on their journey to mental wellness. At Columbia Community Mental Health, we believe in the power of community support and collaboration. Being recognized by KGW is a testament to the hard work and dedication of our staff, partners, and supporters who make our mission possible every day. We extend our heartfelt thanks to KGW and CareOregon for highlighting our efforts. Together, we can continue to raise awareness, reduce stigma, and foster a community where mental health is a priority. [video width="1920" height="1080" mp4="https://www.ccmh1.com/wp-content/uploads/2024/06/Columbia-Community-Mental-Health-on-Hello-Rose-City.mp4"][/video]

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