What is BHOLD?
The Behavioral Health Outreach and Leadership Development Project (BHOLD) is a three year project funded by the HOGG Foundation for Mental Health’s Collaborative Approaches to Well-Being in Rural Communities project. BHOLD’S goal is to work to create a healthier community in Brooks County that supports resilience, mental health and well-being.
Over the course of the project, the program will develop a Community Collaborative and Stakeholder Advisory Group, consisting of community members. The community will complete a needs assessment of the area, a strategic plan and action plan to implement community identified initiatives. One of the aims of the project is to encourage community members to participate in all stages of the project.
If you would like more information or if you would like to become involved in the BHOLD project please click on the “Get Involved” link and submit your information for meeting information and updates.
Vision, Mission, Values
BHOLD Vision is that Brooks County is an educated, prosperous, strong, healthy, and drug-free community.
The mission of BHOLD is to support, advocate, and guide Brooks County residents to be educated, resilient, healthy, and drug-free through continued collaboration with other entities.
Values: Teamwork, Leadership, Inclusive, Accountable, Service and Success.
BHOLD in Action
Keep up with what's happening at BHOLD.