Better Together We Can


As part of our focus on whole person Wellness, SCCMHA has introduced a campaign entitled, Better Together We Can...  

The name Better Together for this campaign was  chosen because chronic physical health conditions affect individuals regardless of age, ethnicity or socioeconomic background. This program will not only benefit the individuals we servebut also our workforce here at SCCMHA and in our provider network. Better together, we can improve our wellness.

One focus of this campaign is blood pressure management. Why blood pressure management? According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about 70 million American adults (29%) have high blood pressure—that’s 1 of every 3 adults.  SCCMHA will offer a Learn Together Series that will cover this important topic and will also offer drop-in
blood pressure clinics.

Better Together We Can activities are approved for Better Together Bank hours. Learning Links are approved, too!

Quarterly Drop-in blood pressure clinics services will include the following:

  • Individuals in the SCCMHA workforce and provider network will be able to have a quick, confidential blood pressure screening.
  • Individuals we serve will receive the following Wellness services:
  • Blood pressure screening
  • Education from a multidisciplinary team
  • Medication management
  • Appropriate meal planning
  • Motivational interviewing

The locations of both the Learn Together Series and blood pressure drop-in clinics will vary.

Yoga for Stronger Standing Balance


Other Better Together Bank Opportunities

Learning Links

Color for Relaxation at A&W

Color for Relaxation at CTS

Color for Relaxation at 500 Hancock

Toning Class 2017

Book Discussion Group at CTS

Book Discussion Group at Hancock (Spiritual Wellness)

Book Discussion Group at Towerline, February

Walking for Health Family Resource Center, December - February

Walking for Health Family Resource Center, March - April

Walking for Health, Towerline

Yoga at CTS

SCCMHA Employee Only Activities

Walking Clubs

Consumer Only Activity

Learning about Healthy Living, Tobacco and You, Part 1 at the Friends for Recovery Center