Behavioral Health Partners, Inc., a nonprofit partnership between LMH Health and Bert Nash Community Mental Health Center, provides leadership, clinical oversight and operational management of the crisis recovery center.
So who is on the leadership?
Behavioral Health Partners, Inc. is governed by a nine-member Board of Directors. LMH Health, Bert Nash and the Board of Douglas County Commissioners each appoint three members to the board who may serve three-year terms. Current board members are: Cindy Yulich, chair, Nancy Thellman, vice chair, Sarah Plinsky, treasurer, Janette Kirkpatrick, secretary, Ashley Bloom, Kevin Harrell, Jason Hess, Patrick Schmitz and Bruce Wohlers. For meeting information, visit: https://www.lmh.org/about-us/behavioral-health-partners.
How are the initiatives funded?
The estimated cost of the project is $10.4 million and it will be funded through a variety of resources including the quarter-cent sales tax that was approved by voters in November 2018 to improve behavioral health services and facilities in Douglas County.
A groundbreaking ceremony was held Oct. 23, and construction is expected to be completed by February 2022.