Accommodate & Collaborate Community Education & Services for Seniors
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Project ACCESS provides ongoing professional and community trainings throughout the year.  Check the Calendar tab for more information.


Available now on the Palouse, the internationally recognized best practice program, Mental Health First Aid.  This comprehensive 12-hour training course is designed to give the public key skills to help someone who is developing a mental health problem or experiencing a mental health crisis.  Click here for more information.  To Schedule trainings contact Jeana Boyd.


The first Friday of each month each of the hospitals of the Palouse will host a 1-hour training session for professionals and the community on a variety of topics using local talent. Please refer to the Calender of Events for the location. Click here for a current schedule.

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Project ACCESS has partnered with the Inland Northwest Alzheimer's Association to bring educational seminars on senior related topics to the three area hospitals.  These trainings are free and open to the public with Certificates of Attendance provided.  For more information contact Barb Mahoney at 208-883-6483.  Click here for the current schedule.


Project ACCESS has purchased a variety of books and DVDs related to senior health.  These materials are available to the public at the Latah and Whitman County main libraries.  Click here to see what books are available. 

Project ACCESS coordinates professionals to share information.  ACCESS is interested in hosting trainings utilizing local talent for trainings.  

If you are interested in sharing your knowledge with others, please contact Project ACCESS to coordinate a training.   

ACCESS strives to provide needed education outreach, minimize travel, and meet the needs of individual towns within the counties. 

If there is a specific training topic you would like to see offered in the region, please contact Project ACCESS.

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Your input is valued; please contact Jeana Boyd with educational needs at (208) 883-6486