Part Two – Evaluating the Effectiveness of Mental Health Programs in Missouri
This section provides information about NCFRSACi and its audiences, a brief NexGen program analysis, and why mental health programs are critically needed in rural Missouri.
NCFRSACI: AUDIENCE SERVED
The Farm and Ranch Stress Assistance Network
Key target audiences for this project are: - producers (operators and farmworkers) - farm youth and families - allies of agricultural producers (agribusiness
(FRSAN) Program is an established network that
connects individuals who are engaged in farming,
ranching, and other agriculture-related occupations to
stress assistance programs. FRSAN expands stress
management and mental health resources and
services to agricultural producers, advocates, and
professionals and healthcare providers)
stakeholders who support agricultural producers. The
key target audiences for this project include
individuals engaged in production agriculture with
specific emphasis on:
Producers (male and female operators, farmworkers);
Farm youth and farm families; and
Allies of agricultural producers (specifically agribusiness professionals and healthcare providers).
NC-FRSAN provides professional agricultural behavioral health intervention, supports training programs,
telephone helplines, resource hub, clearinghouse website, webinars, support groups, and professional
behavioral health services for producers, agriculture-related occupations, and individuals who support
producers (Figure 1).
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