Funding partially provided by the State agencies including the Department of Mental Health, the Department of Human Services, and the Department of Transportation. Federal funding is provided by  the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. 
Behavioral health touches us all. When a family member, friend, coworker, or neighbor struggles with problems that affect their behavioral health, it concerns everyone around them. WYBH strives to provide exceptional, affordable care that helps individuals of all ages and circumstances feel better, function more successfully, and experience life more fully. Working in partnership with local schools, community organizations, public agencies, and private businesses, we make every effort to provide safe and supportive environments in which individuals and families can get the care they need. We directly reach several thousand individuals each year and compassionately work to improve the well-being of all who live and work in Warren and Yazoo counties.
Working together for a safe and healthy community!
13th National Take Back Day
National Drug Take Back Day
Yazoo County Rx Disposal - Unused, Unwanted, Expired
Total Weight Collected around the nation:
900,386 lbs. 
Total Weight Collected in Mississippi:
4,145 lbs.


Controlled Substances:

1036 Tablets, 677 ml, 15 patches

Over the Counter Medications

1491 Tablets, 65 oz. liquid

Non-Controlled Prescription Medications

6,740 Tablets
860 ml liquid
              Opioid Epidemic                  Town Hall Meeting
A series of three meetings were held in the Spring of 2017 to address the Opioid Crisis and Drug Addiction in Yazoo County. Hundreds attended the meetings to learn about the crises and to talk about how the community could work together to bring solutions. 
Local Agencies Join       Together for Teen Safety