Press Release

Date: June 15, 2016



Free Cross Cultural Training


Mendocino County Behavioral Health & Recovery Services, along with Consolidated Tribal Health Project, presents a cross cultural training, “Cultural Responsiveness for Better Health,” on June 29, 2016, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at Consolidated Tribal Health Project, located at 4991 North State Street in Redwood Valley.


This is a free training with first preference to persons working in Mendocino County who provide direct services to Native American clients (e.g. social workers, behavioral health practitioners, health care practitioners, etc.).


This training features Chris Partida and a guest panel. Some of the topics to be discussed include how historical trauma affects health conditions for Native Americans, the history of health care systems for Native Americans, plus, how to increase effective communication and strengthen multi-cultural health care practices.


Pre-registration is required as space is limited. Register at the following link:

or contact Mendocino County Behavioral Health & Recovery Services at 707-472-2319 The flyer for this event is posted on the following webpage:



HHSA: Free Cross Cultural Training