Depression

Depression is very common condition, particularly with the COVID-19 pandemic and it can be manage by a Behavioral Health Practitioner from your home, which is safe and convenient.

Screening & Telemedicine 

CHWCMR is working with WA DOH. Amerigroup, United Health, Apple , Coordinated Care, Molina, United Health  to improve screening for depression and telemedicine in our agricultural workers and people dealing with the consequences of the COVID-19.


CHWs have produced six radio spots with important information about depression and telemedicine.  Listen here >>

Key Resources

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Radio spots produced by our CHWs

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Percent of farmworkers experience depresssion

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Percent of Mexican-Americans born outside U.S. seek mental health care

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Updates on this program

We are proud about our accomplishments with our partners against the opioid crisis in WA.

We are proud about our accomplishments with our partners against the opioid crisis in WA.

Our article pages 9-10

What we can do in case of Opioid overdoses.

What we can do in case of Opioid overdoses.

The tragedy of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic is increased opioid and fentanyl overdoses. If you would like to learn...

Talking about Depression during the COVID-19... hablando de la depresión durante el COVID-19 ...

Talking about Depression during the COVID-19... hablando de la depresión durante el COVID-19 ...

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