Mental health center

An unknown future: a health center closes its detoxification program | New

[ad_1] The St. Helens-based Columbia County Mental Health Center (CCMH) is ending its only drug addiction program for the foreseeable future. Columbia County Mental Health Services (CCMH) Executive Director Todd Jacobson said CCMH had to close its Bridges to Pathways drug rehab center due to nursing shortages. “People may not …

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Mental health expert explains how to tell children about tragedies | Medication

[ad_1] Mental health expert explains how to tell children about tragedies OXFORD, Mich. (WJRT) – With information about the Oxford High School tragedy continuing to spread, parents and families are starting to figure out how to tell their children and families about it. ABC12 spoke to Dr Recco Richardson, clinical …

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Boynton Health, community clinics and student groups work to make health care more accessible and affordable at college – The Minnesota Daily

[ad_1] Both on-campus and off-campus organizations strive to provide students with free or low-cost health services, such as vaccines, contraceptives, and counseling. Audrey rauth Boynton Health, the COVID-19 testing site on the University of Minnesota campus, is empty on Sunday, October 25, 2020. With the 11 clinics on the University …

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After being taken to mental health facility, Everson Griffen placed on reserve list – WCCO

[ad_1] MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – The Minnesota Vikings placed Everson Griffen in reserve on Friday following an incident earlier this week where police and mental health professionals responded to his home. The 33-year-old will not play Sunday’s game against the San Francisco 49ers. However, it’s unclear how long he will be …

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Mitchell native, advocate for mental health issues, says 988 suicide lifeline will be a game-changer

[ad_1] SIOUX FALLS, SD (KELO) – “It’s a disease of the mind, it’s a chemical imbalance in your brain,” said Becky Scheig, who grew up in Mitchell and now lives in the Minneapolis area. Scheig and her husband Bill know what it’s like to care for someone with mental health …

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Clinical trials, mental health and digital therapy

[ad_1] In the breast cancer treatment paradigm, precision medicine and emerging therapies have created new opportunities to deal with the physical burden of the disease. However, issues regarding access to these innovative therapies and interventions for mental aspects of diagnosis continue to prove significantly unresolved, particularly in underserved communities nationwide, …

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University of Washington joins international effort to support data science research and training in Africa

[ad_1] The University of Washington at St. Louis is joining a major international effort to advance data science, catalyze innovation and spur health discovery across Africa. Researchers at the School of Medicine are awarded one of 19 scholarships that will support data science research and training activities in Africa. Researchers …

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Region’s Only Spanish Speaking Therapist Opens Private Practice | News, Sports, Jobs

[ad_1] Photo of Darvin Graham Strengthening Center owners Carlos Celis and Lani Maassen are pictured in the office of their newly renovated mental health center in Toledo. The center offers a full range of mental health services and, since its first opening in Marshalltown, has responded to the critical needs …

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As workers fight pandemic impact, employers expand mental health benefits | national news

[ad_1] As the covid-19 pandemic crosses its second year, the way forward for American workers remains uncertain, with many continuing to work from home as policies to maintain a safe workplace evolve. In its 2021 survey of employer health benefits, released last week, KFF found that many employers have stepped …

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The community hospital emergency room will partially close Wednesday morning • Long Beach Post News

[ad_1] “CHLB staff are working with area hospitals to ensure residents have access to emergency care services,” MWN’s announcement said Tuesday. MWN has consulted with the California Department of Public Health and the Los Angeles County Emergency Medical Services Agency and has decided not to receive 911 ambulance dispatches tomorrow …

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Improving the Operation of Hybrid Service Models by Leveraging Pharmacy Services – Free Webinar from Genoa Healthcare & OPEN MINDS

[ad_1] GETTYSBOURG, Pennsylvania., November 8, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Enabled November 9, 2021 To 1 p.m. ET, OPEN MINDS will host a webinar, Making hybrid service models work ‘better’ by leveraging pharmacy services, available free of charge courtesy of Genoa Healthcare. This event will feature two leaders from specialist …

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Lynnwood Community Justice Center opens

[ad_1] LYNNWOOD, Washington, November 6, 2021 – The new Lynnwood Community Justice Center held its groundbreaking ceremony on Wednesday, October 27 to mark the end of the planning process for the new facility after three years of planning and redevelopment. The ceremony was not promoted as a public event to …

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97% of Colorado healthcare workers were vaccinated or received exemptions before the state deadline

[ad_1] Ninety percent of Colorado’s healthcare workers were fully vaccinated against COVID-19 on Tuesday, although people providing home care were significantly less likely to have been vaccinated. The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment reported that 90.2% of workers were fully vaccinated and 1.4% were partially vaccinated. More than …

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Local police tackle mental health stigma

[ad_1] BURLINGTON, Vt. (WCAX) – Staff shortages are causing burnout in many areas, but on top of that, police are spending a lot of time around a tragedy. Many police officers will tell you that their encounters with the tragedy are only part of their job. Sonny Provetto, a former …

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‘Everyone I Know Has It Difficult’: Students and Mental Health Experts Share Ways to Cope with Burnout After Mid-Term Sessions | New

[ad_1] As mid-term approaches, Colby Mitchell struggled to juggle his sophomore chemical engineering classes with his social life and extracurricular activities. The stress of a busy college lifestyle came to a head when Mitchell took his first exam for one of his toughest engineering courses and quizzes for several other …

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Doug Luithly – Loveland Reporter-Herald

[ad_1] Years at Loveland: 41 Professional experience: Retirement. Previously Field Engineer for a Safety Certification Company, Laser Optics Lab Assembly Technician, Warranty Repair Technician, and Radar Technician and Operations Analyst in the US Air Force. Education: Associate in Liberal Arts at Aims Community College; associate of science at Northland Pioneer …

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Jefferson Regional and Kindred Healthcare Announce Plans for Inpatient Rehabilitation and Behavioral Health Hospital

[ad_1] LOUISVILLE, Ky. & PINE BLUFF, Arche .– (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Jefferson Regional and Kindred Healthcare, LLC today announced a joint venture to build and operate a 40-bed freestanding inpatient rehabilitation hospital that will also include 36 additional behavioral health beds. The hospital will provide inpatient rehabilitation services for adults …

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TexARKana-Based Mental Health Center Now Authorized Work Site for Student Loan Repayment | Regional news

[ad_1] Southwest Arkansas Counseling & Mental Health Center, Inc., announced that four SWACMHC sites are now approved for National Health Service Corps (NHSC) student loan repayment assistance. Mental health centers are located in Texarkana, Hope, Nashville and De Queen. Through SWACMHC work sites, the NHSC can help repay college student …

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Boosting behavioral health in pediatrics

[ad_1] Despite the shortage of behavioral health care providers, pediatric practices can help children and adolescents in different ways, and improvements may be forthcoming. (Image: Adobe Stock / Illustration: David Chrisom, Boston Children’s) The mental health crisis in children and teens shows no signs of slowing down, and COVID-19 has …

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Mental health is a timeless issue // L’Observateur

[ad_1] Friday marks the end of Suicide Prevention Awareness Month. At the end of September, The Observer encourages the tri-campus community and our readers to continue to advocate for mental health and support each other, especially as the pandemic approaches its 19th month. As mental health resources have become inaccessible …

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Maryland delegation supports community mental health

[ad_1] U.S. Senators Chris Van Hollen and Ben Cardin, and Congressmen Steny H. Hoyer, Dutch Ruppersberger, John Sarbanes, Kweisi Mfume, Anthony Brown, Jamie Raskin and David Trone (all D-Md.) Today announced more of $ 18.2 million in COVID-19 relief funds to increase access to mental health services and substance use …

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McLean Hospital Research Assistants Form Union

[ad_1] Research assistants at McLean Hospital in Belmont have organized themselves, seeking higher pay and systemic change in a work environment that some describe as dangerous and unfair. A group of 145 research assistants are expected to begin contract negotiations on Monday. They are the first employees to organize in …

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Community Health Options awards grants to support six community-based substance abuse disorder initiatives

[ad_1] LEWISTON – Community Health Options (health options) based in Lewiston, the state’s only member-run nonprofit health insurance organization, has awarded grants to six nonprofit agencies in Maine helping people living with or at risk for substance use disorders, supporting people with recovery from substance use and continuity of care, …

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‘She broke’: Woman accused of stabbing Taunton hospital worker struggles with mental illness, stepfather says – Boston News, Weather, Sports

[ad_1] TAUNTON, MASS. (WHDH) – A woman accused of repeatedly stabbing a Taunton hospital worker in an ‘unprovoked’ attack has been taken into custody without bail. Victoria Disharoon, 28, of Taunton, was arraigned in Taunton District Court on Thursday for assault and battery with a dangerous weapon. “She basically said …

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SU addresses mental health in person and online

[ad_1] The Salisbury University counseling center continued to deal with the spillover effects of COVID-19 on mental health until the fall and is now providing reinforcements to help it in its efforts. League counselor Cassidy Zeller said anxiety and depression are the main reasons students visit the center. These are …

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Syracuse Community Health Center announces new leadership roles as organization plans for future growth

[ad_1] Keith Cuttler is appointed COO. Derrick Murry appointed Director of Business Development Syracuse, NY, September 10, 2021 – The Syracuse Community Health Center (SCHC), a federally accredited health center (FQHC) serving the Greater Syracuse area, today announced new leadership roles for the organization as part of its planning for …

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The remains of another person identified as the Pocatello funeral home Investigation continues

[ad_1] Pocatello POCATELLO, Idaho (KIFI) – The Pocatello Police Department reports that the remains of another individual have been identified with certainty. To date, six people have been positively identified. Staff from the Idaho State Police Forensic Services Office are helping detectives determine the identities of the remaining six unidentified …

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Overcome mental health stigma

[ad_1] The psychological and socioeconomic fallout from the pandemic could lead to an accelerated trend in depressive symptoms and suicidal ideation, attempts and deaths in Fairfax County, mental health experts reported during the ‘Fight Suicide’ Walk-a-thon at Lake Fairfax Park in Reston. 21st of August. There is a need for …

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News from Tri-Town News, August 11

[ad_1] When Jackson’s voters going to the polls on Nov. 2 to vote for state officials, they will also vote to elect four members of the Jackson School District Board of Education. July 26 was the deadline for New Jersey residents to file a nomination petition to run for a …

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