Peak Wellness Center is participating in the Safe Kids event scheduled for May 7th at the Cheyenne Family YMCA from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm. Be sure to stop by our booth and gather the great information the Peak experts have to share.
Originally from Northeastern Colorado, Kortnie Mendoza joins the Peak Wellness Center team after serving as the Regional Operations Director for Centennial Mental Health Center. She has experience in management and programmatic oversight and has served on many Boards within the community including her role as the Vice President of the Fort Morgan Area Chamber … Continued
Peak Wellness Course Teaches How to Help Those Who Show Mental Illness Symptoms By Becky Orr, Wyoming Tribune Eagle CHEYENNE – A class offered by Peak Wellness Center teaches people how to spot signs of mental illness and help someone. Mental Health First Aid is part of a worldwide effort. An Australian couple started the … Continued
Cheyenne Police Officers Receive Mental Health Training By Sarah Zoellick, Wyoming Tribune Eagle CHEYENNE – On a daily basis, Cheyenne Police Department officers deal with community members experiencing a mental illness or crisis. So this week, officers and first responders from around the state are gathered here to receive 40 hours of Crisis Intervention Training. … Continued
Wyoming Mental Health Officials Support Medicaid Expansion By Becky Orr, Wyoming Tribune Eagle
Peak is excited to announce that Shelli Shelton has been hired as its new Finance Director to oversee the accounting department. Shelli Shelton has an Associates Degree in Accounting from Casper College and a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from the University of Wyoming. She has been a practicing CPA in Cheyenne since 1993. She … Continued
The Bumpy Road to Independence By Carolyn Bartlett, LCSW “Help! Our 28 year-old son borrows money from us! I see how hard it is for him to make it without the money but then he never pays us back. In fact, we don’t even see him again until he needs something” Young adults often … Continued
CHANGE DEPENDS ON OUR ACTION by Ally Edwards, Marketing Intern, DATIS October 8, 2015 *Reprinted from DATIS Blog. During Hill Day 2015, Linda Rosenberg, President of the National Council for Behavioral Health, reminded us that, “Change depends on our action.” Ten years ago, National Council’s first Hill Day took place with just 35 people. … Continued