Community Behavioral Health Resources

Welcome to the Clover Resource Page!

In support of our mission to improve the mental health of the community through advances in policy, workforce, and training, we have compiled a collection of on-demand trainings, local and national resource lists, printable materials, and website recommendations. We hope you find these resources helpful.

Links to Free Online Training  |  View All

Clover is excited to offer free online trainings on topics related to mental health and wellness. Below please find on-demand access to previously recorded virtual trainings. For information on upcoming live training events, please visit our Training RSVP page. If you would like a training for your community, please contact us at training@clovered.org.

Print Ready Resources  |  View All

Clover has pulled together a collection of print ready materials from multiple sources and trusted websites. These materials include tip sheets for helping yourself and others, suicide prevention information, and information related to historical trauma, microaggressions, and diversity related issues. The printable materials included here come from the following sources: the National Institute for Mental Health (NIMH), the Suicide Prevention Lifeline, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), the University of Minnesota, and the American Psychological Association (APA). Please find flyers and other resources for dissemination below.

Links to Websites  |  View All

Our team invites and encourages you to visit the following websites for additional information on mental health and wellness, suicide prevention, fighting racism, and reducing the stigma associated with mental health.

Information and Resources for Clover’s Mental Health Awareness Training Grant Partners  |  View All

Clover is the proud recipient of several Mental Health Awareness Training (MHAT) grants from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). With the support of our MHAT grants, Clover is able to provide Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) and Suicide Prevention for College Students (SPCS) trainings to communities in Illinois, Minnesota, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, and Texas. We invite all of our grant partners to use and share the resources available on this webpage as they work towards increasing mental health awareness within each of their respective communities. The resource lists included here have been created specifically for our grant partners and include both local and national resources.