We are so pleased to announce that effective immediately, we are now doing business as The Health Education and Resources Institute (THEARI)!
We recently shared that our organization was undergoing some exciting changes. Today, we want to share with you the first major milestone in our journey, our new name! Our staff and Board of Directors deliberated and considered multiple options to find a name which encapsulated the core of what we do, the future direction of our organization, and our team culture.
The types of work we have been doing for 20 years has not changed, and the revised logo continues to capture the work we do for students, providers, and community members. Going forward you will still see the old name in various places as we work through this process. If you have our name and logo listed on your website or directory, please email us here so we can help update our information.
Who We Are…
Within an innovative framework, The Health Education and Resources Institute (THEARI) partners to create and implement educational programs, addressing the dynamic needs of students, providers, and community members. To learn more about our vision, position, goals, and what we value, click the link below.
The Behavioral Health Equity Corps (BHEC) (formerly AmeriCorps VISTA Community Opioid Response Program) is a statewide initiative utilizing members to support local communities with by implementing strategies to reduce the impact of substance misuse and overdose, increasing the accessibility to behavioral healthcare, and outreaching to some of Colorado’s most vulnerable populations. 20 VISTA Members and 4 Leaders will serve inside CNCS’s priority areas of Access to Care and Healthy Futures to build capacity, expand reach, and leverage resources to benefit local community organizations.
The Nurse Refresher Course has been developed to meet or exceed Colorado State Board of Nursing (SBON) requirements and is approved by the SBON for non-traditional programs. Completing the course will allow previously licensed Registered Nurses (RN) and Licensed Practical Nurses (LPN) throughout the state of Colorado to update and enhance nursing knowledge and skills, develop confidence, renew their license, and re-enter the workforce. The online format of the course, combined with rolling admission, allow students to complete the course at their own pace anywhere, at any time.
These courses are approved by the Colorado State Board of Nursing