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Ponya Mental Health for iOS

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Key Details of Ponya Mental Health

  • This app was developed by Community Partnership of the Ozarks through funding provided by a federal grant from the Substance Abuse and Mental...
  • Last updated on 12/9/2019
  • There have been 4 updates
  • Virus scan status:

    Clean (it's extremely likely that this software program is clean)


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Developer's Description

This app was developed by Community Partnership of the Ozarks through funding provided by a federal grant from the Substance Abuse and Mental...

This app was developed by Community Partnership of the Ozarks through funding provided by a federal grant from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration and a contract with the Missouri Division of Behavioral Health. It is intended to provide youth with access to mental health resources when needed as well as to give adults a tool to utilize and share with youth they encounter. The app is not a diagnostic tool, but rather a self-assessment of a youths feelings and access resources and information connected to how they feel.

The app is connected to a larger project that involves offering Youth Mental Health First Aid trainings throughout Southwest Missouri. In this 8-hour training, teachers, youth-serving organizations, parents, and general community members are empowered to be the one trusted adult for youth to turn to when in need. Our project also offers additional trainings to the First Aiders through lunch-and-learn webinars and an annual First Aider Summit. For more information or to register for a training, visit www.cpozarks.org/ymhsp

Community Partnership of the Ozarks is a non-profit based in Springfield, Missouri and works to facilitate and promote the building of resilient children, healthy families, and strong neighborhoods & communities through collaboration, programming, and resource development. For more information, visit www.cpozarks.org.

This app was developed as part of the Project AWARE-C grant from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). The views, policies, and opinions expressed are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect those of SAMHSA, HHS or DBH.


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