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Percent Complete: 100%

Start Date: 10/01/2021

End Date: 09/30/2022

The purpose of the Behavioral Health Access Program is to assist all City of Coral Springs employees, retirees, and families by providing mental health resources focusing on education, guidance, and crisis intervention. The benefits of the program include a reduction in symptoms of stress, quicker return to a productive functioning state, increased job satisfaction, personal confidence, and extended longevity. The program impact will be to improve the quality of life both during and after employment with the City by providing mental health resources and guidance for employees, retirees, and families.

The week of August 22nd, a new training resource was piloted. The Struggle Well series focuses on post traumatic growth. Following the pilot staff is researching the availability to provide this training series city wide. Staff will continue to expand the program. Achievements for FY22 included the hiring of a health & safety officer and the increase of chaplaincy services. 

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Initiatives: On Target Closed Out/Completed | IP On Target/In Progress | Below Plan Behind Schedule/Late | DN Discussion NeededR/W Retreat/Workshop Item | D Delay/Hold | N No Milestone | Not Defined Not Defined
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Initiatives: On Target Closed Out/Completed | IP On Target/In Progress | Below Plan Behind Schedule/Late | DN Discussion Needed | R/W Retreat/Workshop Item | D Delay/Hold | N No Milestone | Not Defined Not Defined

City of Coral Springs | 9500 West Sample Road, Coral Springs, FL 33065 | 954-344-1000