Office of Public Information Staff
Sharing information and offering education on the topic of mental health is important to every community in our state. Commissioner Kimberly Boswell and additional subject matter experts regularly visit community, faith-based, and civics groups to speak about mental health-related topics.
If you would like to invite the Commissioner or a member of our staff, please review the topics listed below.
Give us a call or use the Contact Us Form to make a request related to the desired topic. Select Speakers Bureau as your subject and send us information for your event: Topic, Speaker, Date, Time, Location, Contact Information.
An Office of Public Information staff member will reply within two business days.
|ADMH Civil Commitment Protocols||Adult Mental Health Community Services|
|Certified Peer Specialist Training||Child & Adolescent Mental Health Community Services|
|Crisis Care: Crisis Diversion Centers and Rural Crisis Programs||Developmental Disabilities (DD) Services|
|Early Intervention||Early and Periodic Screening, Diagnostic and Treatment (EPSDT) Settlement Process
|Home and Community-Based Services (DD)||Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health|
|Individual Placement and Support/Supported Employment (MI)||Individuals and Families: Advocacy Services
|Legislative Information||Mental Health Community Services and Resource Information
|Peer Services and Support||Prevention and Treatment of Substance Use Disorders|
|Public Information / Media Relations||Recovery|
|School-Based Mental Health Collaboration (SBMHC) program||Suicide Prevention|
|Supported Employment (DD)||Waivers and Supports|