CHEYENNE,Wyo.— The Cheyenne Police Department is hosting a seminar on Interacting with Those Suffering From Mental Illness at the Cheyenne Public Safety Center, 415 W. 18th St., on October 5 at 5:30 p.m.
The seminar will include discussion of various facts relating to mental illness and provide tips for interacting with people who may be suffering from mental health issues and substance abuse.
Because of Cheyenne’s location on the Transcontinental Rail Line and at the intersection of two major interstates, it sees an annual influx of transients passing through town on their way to other places, some remain for indefinite periods.
Studies show that many homeless people are homeless because they suffer from mental illness and substance abuse issues, and many are military veterans.
Merchants located near the rail line and main travel corridors can expect to interact with people suffering from these conditions. This class is free to attend and is open to the public.
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