Mental health center

Elevating Wellness Summit Raises Awareness of Mental Health in the Workplace

FORT WAYNE, Indiana (WANE)– Feeling stressed at work? The Elevate Wellness Summit took place Tuesday at the Grand Wayne Convention Center where the summit addressed issues regarding mental health and addictions in the workplace. The Elevate Summit is the first of its kind in Fort Wayne, where nearly 86 participants …

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County commission moves forward with central mental health receiving facility

Commissioner Ken Cornell introduces a motion to move forward with the Central Reception Facility BY JENNIFER CABRERA At the end of the line : The county commission voted to move forward with a brick-and-mortar central mental health intake facility, co-located with Meridian Behavioral Health Services. They’ve budgeted $500,000 from their …

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Lake Oswego High champions mental health awareness with ‘LO Kick Back’

LAKE OSWEGO Ore. (KPTV) – Brotherhood and belonging, Jordan Taff had both. “You might think you know what’s going on, but you really don’t,” said Jordan’s mother, Anna Taff. Anna and Rich Taff are in their seventh month of mourning the loss of their youngest son. “Living life and moving …

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Serenity Oaks Addiction Treatment Center Joins Mental Health Awareness Month

Fort Lauderdale, Florida – Fort Lauderdale, Florida – Although not often talked about, mental illness represents several of the leading causes of disability in the United States. According to the National Institute of Mental Health, nearly one in five adults (about 53 million) in the United States over the age …

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Recover Virginia seeking partners for Recover Fest 2022

HARRISONBURG, Va. (WHSV) – The organizers of Recover Fest 2021 continue to address the meth and opioid crisis in Virginia through the work of their community-focused nonprofit organization Recover Virginia. The team successfully hosted two events last year at Lexington in Hulls and Recover Fest 2021 at Staunton st Sunspots …

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McLean County Council approves mental health action plan update, but postpones vote on solar wind farm

McLean County Council on Thursday approved its updated mental health action plan, after postponing the vote for a month, to allow more public comment on the document. The updated version covers the next three years. The plan, first adopted in 2015, is designed by the county’s Behavior Health Coordinating Council. …

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Craig McLachlan tells court he was admitted to a mental health facility after sexual assault allegations

Actor Craig McLachlan has collapsed during his defamation trial, revealing he was admitted to a mental health facility after the media published allegations that he sexually assaulted his colleagues. Key points: McLachlan told court his only social activity for a long time was shopping for his elderly mother in costume …

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Nao Medical to Open New York Flagship Healthcare Facility in Dutch Kills – QNS.com

A new medical facility will open in the Dutch Kills section of Long Island City on Tuesday, May 10, offering free COVID-19 vaccinations and boosters, as well as free monoclonal antibody infusion treatments to all patients for the day. Nao Medical, formerly known as Statcare, will hold a ribbon-cutting ceremony …

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A center to deal with the mental health crisis is preparing to open in autumn in Birmingham

Workers gutted the ground floor of an ordinary office building on the outskirts of Birmingham, exposing the beams, wiring and concrete floor of the space that will soon house the city’s fourth mental health crisis center the state. The facilities, which were announced in 2020 and 2021, will operate around …

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Empower Field Hosts Mental Health Support Event

DENVER (KDVR) – Children’s Hospital of Colorado and its participating partners are hosting a free special event on Friday, May 6 to help address mental health issues among Colorado’s youth. According to the hospital, a record number of patients have sought mental health help. In 2022, they found a 47% …

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WOW! radio forum to explore mental health during the pandemic

WOW! radio forum to explore mental health during the pandemic Dr Joshua Jones, Chief Medical Officer of the Olympic Medical Center, offers “What has the pandemic taught us about mental health? », a free WOW! Working on the Wellness Radio Forum from 2-3 p.m. Wednesday, May 11 on KSQM 91.5 …

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“Raise your voice for mental health” walk raises awareness

MERRILL, Wis. (WSAW) – The Merrill High Schools Raise Your Voice Club is raising awareness about mental health through its second annual “Raise Your Voice for Mental Health” walk. The Raise Your Voice Club is a student-led organization that aims to raise mental health awareness, advocate for change, and share …

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Washington County officials study mental health court

Crisis cells Arkansas opened four 16-bed Crisis Stabilization Units in a pilot program through June 2021. The Sebastian County Crisis Unit at Fort Smith opened in March 2018. The Pulaski County unit in Little Rock opened in August 2018. Northwest Arkansas unit in Fayetteville opened. in June 2019, and the …

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Mental Health Treatment Center Opens on South Orchard Avenue – The Ukiah Daily Journal

Mendocino County officials announced this week that the Residential Crisis Treatment Center on South Orchard Avenue, funded in part by Measure B of the Mental Health Treatment Act, has opened its doors to clients. Officials previously celebrated the facility with a groundbreaking ceremony in December 2021, though construction is not …

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New push for mental health facility in Wichita

WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) – A Sedgwick County community task force investigating the death in custody of a teenager is pushing for big changes when it comes to responding to mental health calls. During the meetings, some members discussed the need for Wichita to have a state-run regional mental health facility. …

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At Hope Clinic, the focus is on health, not just “caring for the sick”

Andrea Caracostis, 51, is the CEO of Hope Clinic, a federally qualified health center headquartered in the Asian city, with four locations across Houston. The clinic offers services to everyone, regardless of the patient’s ability to pay. The Hope Clinic provides pediatric, OBGYN and family practice, psychiatric, dental, and vision …

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Rockville Center Behavioral Health Center Receives $100,000 Grant | Herald Community Newspapers

Northwell Health recently received a $100,000 grant from New York State to fund its Behavioral Health Center at Rockville Center. The facility launched in 2020 and provides mental health care to children and adolescents through a collaborative agreement with nine school districts in Nassau County. While it typically takes parents …

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At The Corner in Ypsi, young people find affordable, holistic and non-judgmental health care

Forty-one years ago, Corner Health Center in Ypsilanti became Michigan State’s first school health center. As a result, we remain the benchmark for child and adolescent healthcare today. We are called “The Corner”, because we are from the area of ​​Ypsilanti High School. It was actually a small janitorial closet …

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Nashville to spend $600,000 on more mental health court supports

Samantha MaxWPLN News Nashville plans to invest $600,000 in the Mental Health Court in the next fiscal year.Nashville is investing in a program that aims to keep people with mental illness or cognitive delays out of the criminal justice system. The mayor’s office said it plans to allocate $600,000 in …

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UW-Madison welcomes new mental health club

UW-Madison is welcoming a new club that will launch the week of April 22. IfYou’reReadingThis.org is a national organization whose goal is to create a support network for mental health for students by students. It currently has twelve chapters at universities across the country, and its thirteenth is being established …

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Supervision of Mental Health Education in Schools

Goals Determine what steps the State Department of Education (the Department) takes to ensure that school districts have the necessary mental health education as required by law. We also sought to determine what mental health services are available in school districts. Our audit covered the period from July 2018 to …

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Support veterans with Parkinson’s disease, mental health

If you are the caregiver of someone with Parkinson’s disease, you are aware of the consequences such a diagnosis can have on someone. Military veterans with Parkinson’s disease are particularly prone to mental health symptoms, including anxiety, sleep disturbances and depression. The Parkinson’s Foundation has partnered with the United States …

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Mental Health Internship Continues to Rise | News

BOSTON — Hundreds of psychiatric patients are still “interned” in emergency rooms across the state awaiting beds in mental health facilities. As of Monday, there were 750 patients — including 247 children — waiting for beds in psychiatric facilities across the state, according to the Massachusetts Health and Hospital Association’s …

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Community health care is feeling the fallout from COVID on mental and behavioral health

Roundtable participants hang together after the meeting at the International District Clinic. Standing row, left to right: CISH Chief Medical Officer Dr. Lakshmi Deepa Yerram; Sue Birch, director of the Washington State Health Care Authority; Esther Lucero, president and CEO of the Seattle Indian Health Board; Ryan Gilbert, chief operating …

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Reviews | More mental health services have been added to the VA, but more needs to be done

More mental health services are being implemented at the VA, which is a step in the right direction to address the lack of access to care in Iowa. Iowa has a long struggle to provide mental health services to Iowans. According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness, Iowa is …

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The Brookline Center: Martin Foley | News

MARTIN FOLEY AGE: 28 RESIDENCE: Ventura, California HOMETOWN: Salem, NH How did you start running? : “I got in shape early in the COVID-19 pandemic and started with daily 3-6 mile walks when I lived with my family in Salem, NH for some alone time during the pandemic. After four …

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Michigan school task force prioritizes safety and mental health

Four months after the deadly shooting at Oxford High School, state lawmakers are relaunching a 4-year-old plan to make schools safer. The bipartisan Home Schools Safety Task Force set up after the Oxford rampage recently released its first recommendations, with more expected in the coming weeks. Four Republicans and four …

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Chenango Valley Central School District Hosts Family Resource Night Focused on Mental Health

BINGHAMTON (WBNG) — Each month, the Warrior community received a series of events or presentations to provide resources outside of the classroom. During the March 29 presentation, the Chenango Valley Central School District hosted a Family Resource Night to highlight mental wellness resources. Resources included Greater Binghamton Health Center, Hillside, …

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Fayetteville-Manlius high school student commits suicide

Manlius, NY – A 15-year-old sophomore from Fayetteville-Manlius High School died by suicide over the weekend. Jay Lu died Friday night, FM High School Principal Ray Kilmer, in an email to families. He said the boy’s family wanted the community to know in case they could help others. “Jay’s family …

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CMHC’s new children’s mental health unit to open April 4 | Health matters

OGDENSBURG – Claxton-Hepburn Medical Center (CHMC) will open its new Children’s Mental Health Unit, a program focused on patients aged 4 to 17, in early April. The new children’s mental health unit will complement the hospital’s current 28-bed inpatient mental health unit. Children’s Mental Health will focus on patient and …

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Brother: Man shot dead by MP suffered from mental illness

In this image from body camera video of Richland County Sherrif Deputy John Anderson, Irvin D. Moorer Charley, 34, holds a piece of wood as he walks towards Anderson, who is backing up, in Columbia, SC Moorer Charley was shot and killed after Deputies responded to a call about domestic …

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Georgia senators carefully review mental health bill

ATLANTE Georgia senators are reviewing legislation that aims to improve access to mental health and addiction treatment in the state. The sweeping bill – HB 1013 – has already passed the State House. Now, members of the state Senate Health and Human Services Committee are carefully comparing it to similar …

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$1 Million Donation Supports Children’s Behavioral Health

DANVILLE PA. – A local woman passionate about programs to improve behavioral health services for children has donated $1 million to Geisinger’s Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Health to help launch innovative programs for young people. Susan McDowell of Selinsgrove has pledged to create a Pediatric Behavioral Health Catalyst Fund …

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Governor signs bill to improve mental health – Hamilton County Reporter

Governor Eric Holcomb on Thursday signed HEA 1222 into law, which will continue a critical grant program that has expanded access to urgently needed mental health and addictions treatment services across the state. The program is known as the Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic (CCBHC) program. CCBHCs like Aspire Indiana …

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Children are at higher risk of developing mental health problems after a concussion

Between one and two million children will suffer a concussion each year in the United States during sports and other recreational activities. A large new study suggests that these children may face a higher risk of developing mental health problems. It is important to understand that a concussion is a …

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Kennesaw State Launches Veterans Mental Health Research Center

Kennesaw State University announced in a press release that the university has launched “a research center which its founders hope will help reduce suicide, anxiety and depression among the approximately 1 million members of Georgia’s military and public safety personnel”. The project is called the Center for Advancing Military and …

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Dashboard shows mental health needs at Johnson County Jail

JOHNSON COUNTY, Kan. – Johnson County has launched a new tool to examine the effectiveness of providing mental health services to incarcerated people. the Johnson County Brief Jail Mental Health Screen (BJMHS) Dashboard collects aggregate data from the Johnson County Mental Health Center and the Johnson County Sheriff’s Office. The …

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HCS Parents Night to Provide Mental Health Information | Education

The Hardin County Schools Family and Youth Resource Centers have a program for parents to help prevent mental health issues among the student body. HCS parents can attend a session called “More than Sad” from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. Thursday at the Central Hardin High School Library to learn …

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Arvada will launch a mental wellness program in March

ARVADA, CO – Arvada’s Resilience Task Force is partnering with the Jefferson Center for Mental Health to launch a program in March to help small businesses deal with mental health crises caused by the pandemic . The program — called Centered — will be funded by the Coronavirus State and …

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Mental health clinic for veterans opens in Oceanside

OCEANSIDE, Calif. – The Oceanside military community will soon have a new resource with the opening of a Cohen Veterans Network (CVN) mental health clinic. The purpose of the clinic is to meet the growing mental health needs of post-9/11 veterans, active duty members and military families. This will be …

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Regional Mental Health Coalition Expresses Frustration Over Substance Abuse Connect Operations | Local News

Leaders of the South Central Montana Regional Mental Health Center, a coalition of eastern Montana counties providing mental health resources throughout the region, are frustrated. The chairman of the health center’s board of directors and its executive director met with the three Yellowstone County commissioners on Thursday and expressed concerns …

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clinical director appointed for the Dunkirk mental hygiene site | News, Sports, Jobs

Tamie Gates Coleman The Chautauqua County Department of Mental Hygiene announced the internal promotion of Tamie Gates Coleman as the new Certified Director of the Community Behavioral Health Clinic for the Dunkirk site. Coleman has worked for Chautauqua County since 2006 and later joined the Mental …

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Children’s mental health draws attention from state legislature

Children’s mental health draws attention from state legislature February 21, 2022 1:30 a.m. By Azeb Tuji WNPA News Service In the wake of the pandemic, Seattle Children’s Hospital reports that an increasing number of children need outpatient mental health treatment, but there are not enough providers to meet the demand. …

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Mental health advocates want feedback on relief spending

Advocates want Mississippians who depend on mental health services to have a say in how the beleaguered Department of Mental Health spends $104.5 million in proposed federal relief funds, and they hope the legislature will achieve it. On February 11, leaders of four advocacy groups sent a letter to Lt. …

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Mobile mental health program offers counseling to West Side youth in need

AUSTIN — A West Side neighborhood group is bringing therapy and counseling services to schools that might not otherwise have dedicated mental health resources. The Mobile Mental Health program — created by BUILD Chicago — aims to provide young people with proactive support and to prevent a person in mental …

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Home plan would give mental health facilities nearly $200 million for staff – Oregon Capital Chronicle

Oregon lawmakers are proposing nearly $200 million to help treat more Oregonians struggling with mental health issues and addictions. Hundreds of thousands of people rely on outpatient and residential programs for treatment for drug addiction, severe depression and other crippling mental disorders, but during the pandemic they have often had …

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Virginia Beach offers $1,000 hiring incentive for mental health professionals

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. — The need to hire mental health professionals is more prevalent than ever — with the industry understaffed. The City of Virginia Beach offers an incentive to those who apply and are hired for these jobs. “It’s been incredibly frustrating and rewarding,” Kurt Hooks, CEO of the …

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How the pandemic is affecting children’s mental health – Cleveland Clinic

At the start of the pandemic, we heard it all the time: “Children are resilient. They will be fine. But it’s been a few years and we’re still grappling with the realities of COVID-19. New variants, the wearing of masks, vaccinations and arguments about whether or not all of this …

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Test & Trace launches buprenorphine treatment pathway to help people with opioid use disorder

NYC Test & Trace Corps launches buprenorphine treatment pathway to help New Yorkers with opioid use disorder Further expands the addiction treatment options offered by the Street Health Outreach + Wellness program for New York street homeless people and people with opioid use disorder. New York, NY The …

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How Team USA is addressing mental health at the 2022 Winter Olympics

At the Tokyo Summer Olympics last year, star gymnast Simone Biles shed light on the mental health issues many Olympians face when she decides to retire from competition. Now, the best figure skaters, skiers and snowboarders in the United States will compete for gold medals as they also face the …

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Some nurses struggle with mental health issues as workload increases

BIG FALLS — People depend on healthcare workers every day when they are sick or injured, and rely on knowing they will be there when needed. Nurses and other healthcare workers have demanding jobs that exhaust them, and not just physically. Mental health is an issue with which many actors …

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Union Budget 2022-23: Indian Budget News Today | Income tax, railway budget, crypto taxation

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Miami seeks to boost mental health services with new fee

Jayne Brownell recalls a time when University of Miami students who contacted the Student Advising Service could schedule an admissions appointment within one to two business days. Last semester, however, the vice president of student life saw wait times soar to seven to 10 days for a first appointment. “When …

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Why Adams must build a new psychiatric hospital for the mentally ill homeless on Rikers

Two pressing issues facing Mayor Adams at first seem unrelated. But the violence and decay at Rikers Island prison and the wave of mentally ill homeless people hurting innocent people can and should be linked. Whether Rikers Prison is replaced with prisons elsewhere, or just new structures on the island, …

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How to Fight the Student Version of Monday Blues

After a relaxing and fun weekend, some people end up with a severe case of “Monday blues”. Students are no strangers to this feeling, especially when it’s the first few weeks of a new semester. It’s normal to feel tense or overwhelmed on Monday mornings. While we often want to …

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Death of Stanford nurse draws attention to mental health of healthcare workers

STANFORD, Calif. (KRON) – This is a problem faced by healthcare workers across the country, including here in the Bay Area. Don’t miss any story, start your day with KRON4.com Friends of a Stanford nurse who took her own life last week say her death draws attention to the importance …

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The therapist uses music to help children and adults communicate

SOUTHINGTON — Giving foster children a new voice through songwriting and children on the autism spectrum speech through song has made Jona Jeffcoat a pied piper for those who struggle with communication. The certified music therapist founded Infinity Music Therapy Services in 2010 to help children and adults find new …

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NJ residents in crisis find support via mental health text line

NEW JERSEY — It’s no secret that the coronavirus pandemic has been stressful for everyone. Emergency room visits for people in mental health crisis have increased dramatically, according to the New Jersey Hospital Association. Calls to the New Jersey child care system for children in need of help have highlighted …

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Upstate doctors and families shed light on significant mental health issue for children and teens | Covid19 News

GREENVILLE, South Carolina (FOX Carolina) – If you feel like your kids have been through a lot lately in and out of school, you’re not alone. On Wednesday, PRISMA Health hosted a meeting on children, adolescents, the pandemic and mental health – acknowledging how difficult things have been for families …

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Lack of relevant data blocks audit of competition between for-profit companies, government and non-profit organizations

TOPEKA — The Kansas Legislature-ordered audit of competition among government agencies, nonprofits, and for-profit businesses hasn’t ended political wrangling over efforts by a franchise club to Wichita-based fitness to get a property tax exemption. The Kansas Post-Audit Division, which works for the Legislative Assembly, presented a report on an attempt …

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Mental health advocates and professionals push for diversion grant-funded plans | Local News

Officials gathered at the Tyler Rose Garden Center Friday afternoon to hear from Smith County doctors and mental health professionals. Smith County law enforcement and legal officials, including Sheriff Larry Smith, Police Chief Jimmy Toler, Tyler Mayor Don Warren, 14th District Court Judge Reeve Jackson, District Attorney District officials Jacob …

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Notre Dame sophomores struggle to adapt amid pandemic, use advice at higher rates // The Observer

Editor’s Note: Mental health resources are available on the Notre Dame, Saint Mary’s, and Holy Cross websites. COVID-19 has upended normalcy across the globe, and at the University of Notre Dame, the Class of 2024 has felt the brunt of the impact of the pandemic. With compulsory vaccinations and the …

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Eatontown NJ Mental Health Clinic – Medicare / Medicaid

Eatontown, United States, January 11, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – The new options complement Positive Reset’s established services, which include therapy for adults, children and teens, couples, and those mourning the loss of a loved one. In addition to traditional therapy for individuals and groups, the clinic also offers cognitive behavioral …

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Family-to-family classes to focus on mental health

The Family-to-Family Course is a free, eight-session educational program designed to help family members support loved ones living with mental health issues. The program, which begins February 2, aims to help family members understand and access local resources, while taking care of themselves. The course will cover information on illnesses …

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WBUR CitySpace Presents Call to Mind Live: Pass or Fail – Mental Health in Community Colleges with US Surgeon General Vivek Murthy

On Thursday, January 13, WBUR CitySpace at Lavine Broadcast Center, in partnership with Call to Mind, will present “Pass or Fail – Mental Health in Community Colleges,” a virtual discussion of the inadequate mental health resources available to college students. community. Moderated by Here Now co-host Scott Tong, the free …

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Long story short: Criminal justice, mental health and the political issues of 2022

In episode 1 of season 2 for Long story short (listen below), Oklahoma Watch reporters share insights from their recent and upcoming stories with executive director Ted Streuli. Oklahoma’s ability to carry out executions using its current lethal injection procedures is on the line next month in federal court. Keaton …

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Colorado Springs in 2022, Whataburger’s Midterm Election | Local news

At the start of 2021, the end of the pandemic seemed within our reach. A year later, that goal is still elusive as the virus continues to mutate. Groundbreaking cases are emerging among those vaccinated as political division over measures such as mask and vaccine warrants persists. In early 2021, …

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EmblemHealth concludes 2021 with Legacy of Community Service

NEW YORK, December 29, 2021 / PRNewswire / – In a year full of challenges and significant change, the EmblemHealth family of companies concludes 2021 by reflecting on its contributions to improving public health services for the diverse communities it serves. The EmblemHealth family of companies includes AdvantageCare Physicians, a …

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$ 300,000 boost for Christchurch mental health facility

Over $ 300,000 was raised over six weeks to help build a new outpatient mental health facility for youth in ÅŒtautahi / Christchurch. The Māia Health Foundation’s appeal was launched in early November as part of a long-term campaign to raise $ 6 million to replace the facility. Young people …

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Colorado Behavioral Health System Review Before Vacation

PUEBLO, Colo. (KRDO) – While the holiday season can bring joy to many people, many find themselves struggling during the winter months. “We are expected to be happy and have wonderful lives because it’s Christmas time,” says Sgt. Franklyn Ortega. “But the reality is that sometimes that is not true.” …

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Healthcare facility to expand in former Bank of America complex in Belfast

BELFAST, Maine – Penobscot Community Health Care has finalized a $ 7 million deal to purchase the former Bank of America complex off Route 3 in Belfast. The transaction is major, with the property comprising a 142-acre campus and seven buildings with 316,000 square feet of office space. The purchase …

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Coronavirus outbreak reported to Louisville mental health clinic

A coronavirus outbreak was recently reported at a mental health clinic in Louisville. The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment releases its data on the COVID-19 outbreak every Wednesday. A COVID-19 outbreak was determined at Centennial Peaks Hospital on December 8, according to CDPHE data. The outbreak involved three …

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Knoxville Gym launches men’s club to get men talking about mental health

Photo credit: CrossFit Beardon (facebook.com/CrossFitBearden) Do you like the Chalk Up in the morning? Access additional exclusive interviews, analysis and stories with an Rx subscription. On Wednesday evenings between 7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m., a group of men gather at CrossFit Bearden in Knoxville, TN, not to work out, but …

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Evanston’s ARPA money could boost new programs

Some new programs are surfacing as candidates for funding as Evanston City Council members begin to focus on how they plan to allocate federal funds under the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA). At a special city council meeting on December 6, city staff introduced council members to some proposed uses …

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Initial Funding Approved for State Mental Health Monitor

JACKSON, Miss. A federal judge has approved funding for an independent monitor tasked with collecting and analyzing data on how Mississippi’s mental health system works to prevent unnecessary hospitalizations. U.S. District Judge Carlton Reeves on Dec. 3 ordered the state to make an upfront payment of $ 25,000 to Michael …

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Franklin commissioners approve increase in mental health tax

Rotunda in the Franklin County Courthouse in Pasco. Bob brawdy Herald of the Three Cities Pasco, WA Franklin County shoppers will pay an additional penny for every $ 10 spent starting in April to help mental health services. County commissioners unanimously approved the sales tax increase on Tuesday night as …

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Girl Gives Heartwarming ‘Prairie Bears’ to All Patients at Youth Psychiatric Hospital – WCCO

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – One in five children is diagnosed with a mental illness each year. And experts say the pandemic has only made matters worse. A family from Twin Cities hopes to make the vacations a little brighter for children struggling with mental health issues in the hospital. READ MORE: …

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