The Center for Rural Health and Social Service Development is in place to help address health care and social service issues impacting the lives and productivity of those in our state and nation.
The CRHSSD is in place to help address health care and social service issues impacting the lives and productivity of those in our state and nation. We do this through grant and project development, research and evaluation, training and workforce development, nad community engagement and outreach.
For more information on our current projects, partnering on a project, or obtaining CEU’s for a project, please contact us. More information on our ongoing projects can be found by following each program link below
- Community College Pathways to Medicine
- Drug Endangered Children Alliance (DEC)
- Illinois CATCH Onto Health Network
- Lincoln Scholars Program
- Medical Reserve Corps (MRC)
- Opiois Use Disorder Project/Southern Illinois Behavioral Health Consortium
- Prescription Monitoring Program (PMP)
- Resilient Southern Illinois (RSI)
- Rural Opioid Prescriber Training Program
- Trauma Based Behavioral Health Fellowship (TBBHF)
- Upward Bound
To see what our Rural Health Project Coordinators have collaborated on before, click here.