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Mental Health & Aging Project

The Mental Health & Aging Project (MHAP), funded by the Michigan Department of Community Health, is a program unit at Lansing Community College.

Since 1985, the project has offered education, training, and consultation for clinicians in Michigan's community mental health (CMH) system who provide services for older adults. The project also assists individuals in the aging network and other service systems who work with older adults with mental illness, dementia, and/or developmental disabilities in a wide variety of settings.


February 20, 2015 - Lansing, MI

The Mental Health & Aging Project will present GERO 164 Special Topics in Gerontology: Medication and Alcohol Use Among Older Adults, taught by Jennifer Momber, RPh, and Steve Wiland, LMSW, ICADC, from 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM at Lansing Community College. Contact hours are available for nursing home administrators, nurses, and social workers. The registration fee is $100. Click here to see the brochure and registration form.

March 20, 2015 - Lansing, MI

The Mental Health & Aging Project will present GERO 170 Special Topics in Gerontology: Depression in Late Life, taught by Mark Ensberg, MD, and Christine Hennessey, LPC, LMSW, from 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM at Lansing Community College. Contact hours are available for nursing home administrators, nurses, and social workers. The registration fee is $100. Click here to see the brochure and registration form.

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Last updated 12/17/14; contact beham@lcc.edu  with any questions.

Mental Health and Aging Project at Lansing Community College

Mental Health & Aging Project
Phone: (517) 483-1529
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