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Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion (LEAD)
Save Lives & Improve Public Safety

Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion (LEAD) is an innovative diversion program developed through a partnership between the Collier County Sheriff’s Office and DLC. Collier County is taking the LEAD to save lives and improve public safety.

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First Responder Mental Health Resources
Taking Care of our First Responders

An important part of helping our community stay safe & healthy is making sure that our First Responders and Community Safety Professionals are taken care of. First Responders can be at higher risk for developing a mental health condition due to their exposure to stressful work conditions. It is vital for our frontline community professionals to have access to resources and treatment– by first taking care of themselves, they are in a better position to support others.

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Mental Health First Aid (MHFA)
Register for Mental Health First Aid Training

DLC is offering Youth & Adult Mental Health First Aid training to recognize the signs and symptoms of adult & children experiencing a mental health crisis, and how to respond. The program introduces participants to risk factors and their impact, overviews common treatments and teaches how to safely de-escalate a crisis. Take action and create meaningful change in our community’s mental health crisis by registering for an upcoming training.

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Helpful Articles

Mind Your Mind Reads

Ready to dig a little further? Our team will curate a list of books each month to help you Mind Your Mind in 2022. Check back each month for new recommendations.

  • The Body Keeps Score The Body Keeps the Score

    By: Bessel Van Der Kolk, M.D.
  • Can't Stop Thinking Can't Stop Thinking: How to Let Go of Anxiety & Free Yourself from Obsessive Rumination

    By: Nancy Colier
  • Healing: Our Path from Mental Illness to Mental Health Healing Our Path From Mental Illness to Mental health

    By: Thomas Insel, M.D.

Browse Archived Mind Your Mind Content

Our year-long community initiative is here to bring attention to emotional health, encourage earlier intervention, and better ensure our kids and community are healthy, well, and safe. Explore other months’ Mind Your Mind content by clicking below. At the end of each month, the current month’s content will be available here.

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Become a Community Mental Health Partner!

The newly launched Community Mental Health Partnership is a strategic collaboration between DLC and organizations that want to invest in community health, safety, prosperity, and wellbeing. Please email donorcare@dlcenters.org for more information on how to become a partner.

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