Artists use football to fight mental health

2022 marks the year of the UEFA Women’s Euro and the FIFA Men’s World Cup. All this week, VICE and GOAL will collaborate to publish insightful and interesting stories from the world of football and fan culture, featuring VICE fans at GOAL and GOAL fans at VICE. “We should talk …

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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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VA proposes the consolidation of certain health centers | Securities

The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs is proposing to consolidate and modify its health care operations in Northern Virginia, following a multi-year national review that assessed facility quality and geographic distribution relative to Virginia’s population. Veterans. In Northern Virginia, the Fredericksburg Health Care Center, currently under development, will consolidate primary …

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Psychiatrists concerned about Ukraine’s long-term mental health issues

Kyiv — Irina, her husband and their 4-year-old son hid in the basement of their home in Chernihiv, north of kyiv, for three weeks as heavy fighting, including a tank battle, raged around them. “At first, my son seemed to be doing well,” she says. “But then, with relentless stress, …

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Saturday Soapbox: Yakima Needs a Sustainability Advisory Board | Opinion

The water shortages, heat waves and air pollution that disproportionately affect Yakima residents and hurt our economy are already with us. We are at a turning point in the fight against climate change. A sense of urgency is essential if we are to win this fight. Fortunately, the Yakima City …

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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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Fighting Drug Threat, Improving Health Facilities Manjinder Singh Lalpura’s main agenda : The Tribune India

Khadoor Sahib GurbaxpuriTarn Taran, March 31 AAP’s Manjinder Singh Lalpura (37), a first MP elected from Khadoor Sahib constituency, is a middle-aged politician. He beat Ramanjit Singh Sikki of Congress by a margin of 16,491 votes. SAD stalwart Ranjit Singh Brahampura was also in the fray from the seat. Manjinder …

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CDC warns of steep decline in teen mental health

The findings are based on a survey of a nationally representative sample of 7,700 teenagers conducted during the first six months of 2021, when they were in the middle of their first full pandemic school year. They were asked about a variety of topics, including their mental health, alcohol and …

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The committee asks the auditor to seek a water audit contract with UT

Thursday March 31st, 2022 by Jo Clifton On Wednesday, the City Council’s Audit and Finance Committee asked City Auditor Corrie Stokes to move forward with an interlocal agreement with the University of Texas to conduct an audit to examine issues in Austin. Water. The city has just released its internal …

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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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A children’s mental health facility in Melbourne designed for a new typology of healthcare | News

anchor Image: Victoria Health Building Authority Kerstin Thompson Architects and Bloxas have ‘invented’ a new typology of healthcare in their design for a children’s mental health facility in Melbourne’s North. The $7.3 million Statewide Child and Family Center in Macleod will provide mental health services …

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USG Senate Approves Language of Referendums on DEI Committee, Mental Health Initiatives

The Senate Undergraduate Government (USG) approved the language of three referendums at its meeting on Sunday, March 27, including two Senate-sponsored referendums regarding the committee on diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) and mental health care, and a student-sponsored referendum calling on the University to stop using Caterpillar machines. Before the …

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Governor Abbott Participates in a Fireside Chat at the US Chamber of Commerce’s Committee of 100 Meeting in Austin | Oficina del Gobernador de Texas

March 28, 2022 | Austin, TX | Press release Governor Greg Abbott participated in a fireside chat today at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Committee of 100 (C100) meeting in Austin. Governor and Texas Association of Business President Glenn Hamer discussed the state’s world-class workforce and thriving business climate, as …

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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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Just ONE serving of vegetables a day is enough to improve mental health!

Inasmuch asLEEDS, England — We all know that eating more fruits and vegetables can help us lose weight and improve our physical health. But for super picky eaters who simply refuse to eat vegetables, what if they only ate one? Research conducted in London shows that even a single serving …

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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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Legacy Health fires nurse accused of sexually assaulting incarcerated women

An Oregon nurse accused of sexually assaulting a dozen women in prison has been fired from her current job at Legacy Health, the Portland-based health system confirmed Wednesday. Tony Daniel Klein, 37, faces federal charges for allegations that took place in 2016 and 2017 while working as a nurse for …

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Portland Library Convention Focuses on Expanding Mental Health Help

PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — Thousands of librarians from across the country are in Portland for a convention, where the Association of Public Libraries is focused on more than just how to engage more readers and expand libraries digital. One of the goals is how to help the growing number of …

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Committee considering public access for Big Tupper at Tupper Lake

The slopes of Big Tupper Ski Area on Mount Morris are seen across Raquette Pond in Tupper Lake in 2018. (Photo — Aaron Cerbone, Adirondack Daily Enterprise) March 24, 2022 — By AARON CERBONEAdirondack Daily Enterprise TUPPER LAKE — City Council has created a new citizens’ advisory committee with plans …

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Creating the Future: Facility Treats Residents Like Family | News, Sports, Jobs

PROVIDED PHOTO Celebration Villa is an enhanced personal care and respite care facility that provides a number of care-related services for its residents and short-term respite care. Among the services offered are personal care assistance with activities of daily living, assistance with the administration of medications, assistance …

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The DSP takes a creative approach to meeting the mental health needs of officers

DELAWARE – “When you start policing and you get out of the academy, your backpack is empty. Maybe he has some rocks from your childhood or difficult experiences. During policing, you end up putting a lot of rocks in that backpack,” Delaware State Police Capt. Jennifer Griffin said. It’s a …

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Portman, Duckworth Applaud Senate Committee Passage of Bipartisan Martha Wright-Reed Fair and Reasonable Communications Act

Bill will tackle shockingly high phone call rates in prisons that serve as a barrier between inmates and their families March 22, 2022 | Press Releases WASHINGTON DC – Bipartisan legislation introduced by U.S. Senators Rob Portman (R-OH) and Tammy Duckworth (D-IL) to strengthen the country’s criminal justice system was …

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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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SSM Health St. Mary’s Hospital – Madison Updates COVID-19 Visiting Policy

MADISON, Wis. (WMTV) – SSM Health St. Mary’s Hospital – Madison announced updates to its COVID-19 visiting policy on Monday. The hospital continues to require masks to be worn inside the facility, he wrote in a Facebook post. Visitors must also pass a COVID-19 screening. People who have been in …

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SANTA BARBARA COUNCIL AND ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETINGS: MARCH 21

By an edhat reader Week of March 21 to 25: meetings of the municipal council and SB commissions Here is the weekly list of Santa Barbara meetings municipal Council and miscellaneous municipal commissions. All now are via webinar/Zoom. A long-time Edhat subscriber who cares about government transparency thought it would …

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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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Ponca Health Services-Lincoln Grand Opening Monday | Health and fitness

The Ponca Tribe of Nebraska will celebrate the grand opening of their new health center, Ponca Health Services-Lincoln, Monday at 11 a.m. This state-of-the-art tribal health care facility, located at 1600 Windhoek Drive, provides increased access to health care for all Native Americans, an emphasis on holistic healing approaches and …

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Pop-up Mental Health Gym returns to Kings Park

On Saturday March 19, Macon Mental Health Matters will be hosting a pop-up mental health gym from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at Kings Park (3296 Kingston Court). The pop-up gym returns to Kings Park after being there in August 2021. Gyms have been making their way across the community …

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The Recorder – Franklin Tech School Committee talks about capital projects including modular classrooms

Published: 03/17/2022 16:33:15 Modified: 03/17/2022 16:33:00 TURNERS FALLS — The superintendent of Franklin County Technical School presented a set of preliminary plans for capital projects at Wednesday night’s school committee meeting. Presented by Superintendent Rick Martin, the list of potential capital projects was compiled by a capital planning task force, …

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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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Teenager Reginald Roy Yunupingu ‘lost to sight’ days after discharge from mental health facility, NT inquest finds

Days after being released from a mental health facility, then 16-year-old Reginald Roy-Yunupingu became invisible to the systems designed to support him, the NT Coroners Court heard. Key points: Reginald Roy-Yunupingu died in October 2020 after being electrocuted The coroner said the teenager was ‘lost to care’ days after being …

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Bill would expand mental health care services – CBS Boston

BOSTON (AP) — Gov. Charlie Baker on Tuesday unveiled a bill he says would help expand access to primary care and mental health services and help control rising health care and health care costs. prescription drugs. The Republican detailed the legislation during a stop at a health care center in …

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MMSD Board Committee to Consider Thomas Jefferson Middle School Name Change

From our content partner, Channel 3000. MADISON, Wis. – After an effort to remove James Madison’s name from Memorial High School was successful, another school in the district may also have its name changed. The Madison Metropolitan School District School Board met Monday night to begin the process of potentially …

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Star Shooters benefits mental health charities

LOWELL, mi. — A teenage girl from West Michigan found what she said soothed her brain, and it changed not just her life, but the lives of others. Star Shooters was born out of a pretty dark time. Like many of us, Mara Carbines’ struggles have intensified during the pandemic. …

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What the selection committee understood right and wrong

The NCAA Tournament Selection Committee unveiled its support Sunday night. Below is an overview of what went right and what went wrong: What the committee understood: seeds n°1 The Sunday Selection drama was not at the top of the list this year. The committee shrewdly recognized that Gonzaga, Arizona, Kansas …

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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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Trae Young discusses mental health in new initiative

Late in the fourth quarter of last night’s win over the Clippers, Hawks point guard Trae Young saw teammate Onyeka Okongwu cut to the brim. Young’s teamwork with Okongwu turned a typical piece into an alley-oop of highlights. That’s what the Hawks and their All-Star point guard do on and …

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Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick announces the creation of a special committee on the CPS

AUSTIN, TX (KCBD) – “If DFPS can’t protect vulnerable children, we have to clean the house from top to bottom.” Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick released this statement today after establishing the Special Senate Committee on Child Protective Services. Senator Lois Kolkhorst, R-Brenham, will chair the committee: “Everyone is innocent until …

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LVHN Hires Nurses and Healthcare Professionals at New Dickson City Hospital

DICKSON CITY, LACKAWANNA COUNTY (WBRE/WYOU) — A new hospital is nearing completion in the heart of Lackawanna County’s shopping district. But a nationwide nursing shortage is forcing hospital officials to take extra steps to fill all new jobs. Construction is underway at Lehigh Valley Health Network’s Dickson City Hospital. The …

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Teachers call for student mental health to be a priority amid COVID-19 tumult | local education

Elizabeth Beyer | Wisconsin State Journal Teachers and students are concerned that the Madison School District failed to deliver on its commitment last year to make student mental health a top priority as they returned to class full-time after a year of online learning. Madison is looking to start the …

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Wozniak increases township representation on state air mobility committee

LANSING, Mich. – Legislation that would establish an Air Mobility Study Committee to assess Michigan’s capacity and determine potential changes to enable advanced operations and infrastructure was approved by the Senate Transportation and Infrastructure Committee on Wednesday, after a Senator Doug Wozniak the amendment increased the township’s representation on the …

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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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Ukraine’s healthcare system ‘engulfed’ in conflict with Russia, WHO warns – National

Ukraine’s healthcare system is ‘engulfed’ in Russia’s attack on Ukraine, the World Health Organization warns, with 18 verified attacks on healthcare facilities, workers and ambulances so far. The attacks left 10 dead and 16 injured, WHO Director-General Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said on Wednesday. Russia continues its relentless bombardment of …

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Friends of Alexandria Mental Health Center define what it means to have friends

Current and past board of Friends of Alexandria Mental Health Center (left to right): Betty Livingston, Afework Eshetu, Rebecca Grueneberger, Susan Draschler and Dan Sweeney. (Courtesy picture) ALEXANDRIA, VA — It’s a small nonprofit with big impact and a vibrant spirit, and yet it’s one of our city’s best-kept secrets. …

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Senate Health Committee Passes Immunization Bill

Senate Health and Human Resources Committee Chairman Mike Maroney, R-Marshall, chairing the committee meeting March 8. (Will Price/WV Legislative Photography) CHARLESTON, W. Va. – The Senate Health and Human Resources Committee on Tuesday approved a measure prohibiting government offices from requiring people to show proof of coronavirus vaccinations before entering …

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Pentagon to shut down leaking fuel tank facility in Hawaii

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Department of Defense will permanently shut down the massive Navy fuel tank facility in Hawaii that leaked oil into Pearl Harbor’s tap water, and remove all fuel, it said Monday. the Pentagon. Pentagon Press Secretary John Kirby said Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin’s decision is based on …

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DARPA plans an MRI equivalent for mental health

Since September 11, 2001, more than 30,000 active duty personnel and veterans have committed suicide – four times more than those killed in post-9/11 military operations. Current methods for detecting early signs of behavioral and mental health risk factors rely on self-report and screening questionnaires, which cannot reliably predict suicidality. …

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Council votes Tuesday night to pass Haverhill City Council, school committee elections mainly by ward

Click on the image for the Haverhill Town Council agenda. A plan to ask the state legislature to mandate the election of the city council and school board primarily by wards advanced Tuesday, more than two years after the issue gained new momentum and four months after the Haverhill voters …

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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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VA to Recommend Cutting Services in Hot Springs, Fort Meade and Building New Facility in Rapid City | Local

The majority of veterans services at Fort Meade and Hot Springs may one day move to a new facility in Rapid City. Robert McDivitt, director of the Vision 23 network, and Lisa Curnes, director of the VA Black Hills Medical Center, made the announcement to Fort Meade and Hot Springs …

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State officials tour a new mental health facility

JACKSON, Tenn. – Heads of state visited the central city to see a new facility. Several state and local leaders toured the new mental health facility that will be part of the Madison County Jail. “Being able to come down and see what’s going on and how that money is …

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US Archives Turn Over Trump White House Visitor Logs to January 6 Committee

Former U.S. President Donald Trump speaks during the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Orlando, Florida, U.S. February 26, 2022. REUTERS/Octavio Jones/File Photo Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register WASHINGTON, March 4 (Reuters) – The U.S. National Archives and Records Administration has turned over White House visitor …

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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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Diocese approves sale of Mercy Health long-term care facilities

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio — Bishop David J. Bonnar of Roman Catholic Diocese of Youngstown announced on Thursday that it supports the sale of Bon Secours Mercy Health’s long-term care facilities to the for-profit Aventura Health Group. Mercy Health informed the diocese that the sale took place on March 1. In June …

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House Jan. 6 committee aims to release interim report in June, panel chairman says

The House Select Committee to Investigate January 6 attack on the United States Capitol aims to release an interim report of its findings in June, according to the panel chair. Meanwhile, Trump’s former trade adviser Peter Navaro did not appear for his scheduled deposition, he confirmed to CBS News. Committee …

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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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OC teases other addiction and mental health facilities

ORANGE California — A panel of county officials met Tuesday to discuss the county’s extensive health and wellness program while teasing plans for the future. The panel included supervisors Katrina Foley and Doug Chaffee as well as Be Well OC CEO Marshall Moncrief. What do you want to know A …

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Army commander wants to normalize mental health care after spate of soldier suicides

Aerial view of Fort. Winright. (US Army photo) The Army confirmed that 11 Alaska-based soldiers died by suicide in 2021. Six of the soldiers were based at Ft. Wainwright, and five were at Joint Base Elmendorf Richardson. The deaths of six other Alaskan soldiers, five of whom were Ft. Wainwright, …

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Idaho committee approves multiple budget proposals | Local

BOISE — The Joint Budget Committee took care of a lot of unfinished business on Monday, providing millions of dollars for deferred maintenance and to pay down long-term debt. Millions of additional dollars in state and federal dollars have been allocated for local water infrastructure projects. Most bills passed through …

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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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Menopause start-up extends partnership with NHS and expands digital clinic

A start-up specializing in menopause health has extended its partnership with the NHS to help develop its digital clinic for women’s health. Bia Care was the first of its kind to partner with the NHS last year, and additional funding means it can now extend the availability of its digital …

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Mental Health Foundation calls on industry to do more for player wellbeing

Share this article The British non-profit Mental Health Organization is calling on the gaming industry to do more to take care of the mental health of its players. The group issued five recommendations to game makers today after conducting a research project in which it tracked the gaming habits of …

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Name of latest county ARPA committee member – Newton Daily News

The final citizen representative for Jasper County’s upcoming ARPA committee, which will determine how the county’s $7 million of federal stimulus funds will be spent, was named at the Feb. 22 board of oversight meeting. Thad Nearmyer was elected to the committee and will represent the southwest quadrant of the …

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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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Delco regains control of the correctional facility in April

Since then, the county has ironed out the issues and revamped things behind the scenes. Food, commissary, medical and maintenance services needed to be addressed. Requests for Proposals had to be completed. Suppliers had to be selected. Personnel changes had to be made. Madden said staffing has been one of …

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Maine Med President: Lack of state investment in mental health is a major driver of ER violence

Imagine coming to work every day and wondering, “Is this the day I will be physically or verbally assaulted? Sadly, that’s become reality for the healthcare heroes who work in our state’s emergency departments, like the one at Maine Medical Center. Lucy Dawson, a member of the Maine State Nurses …

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Kimberly Guilfoyle will be subpoenaed by the January 6 committee after she withdraws from the meeting

Guilfoyle, who is engaged to Donald Trump Jr. and worked on his father’s presidential campaign, “has information of interest to the select committee and has provided material relevant to our investigation,” the committee spokesperson said, Tim Mulvey, in a statement. “The select committee had hoped that she would do as …

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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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The Harvard Crimson

In a high-definition video module, a counselor named Donna walks down a street while describing methods of approaching patients who are experiencing mental health issues. “[It] is a very sensitive issue, so it’s natural to feel a little uncomfortable asking questions about it,” she says. She reminds me that “it …

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NMU committee changes schedule in search of new president

MARQUETTE, Mich. (WLUC) — The end of Northern Michigan University’s hunt for its next president will have to wait a little longer. At first, 10 to 12 candidates were to be interviewed in April, and the process was to end on May 1. On Monday, the Presidential Research Advisory Committee …

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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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Minded, a telehealth platform specializing in mental health medication management, raises $25M – TechCrunch

of mind, a psychiatry-focused telehealth company specializing in consumer mental health medication management, raised $25 million in seed funding. Launched in 2021 in New York, Minded offers consumers access to online psychiatry. Minded is currently available in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Florida, Texas, Illinois, and California. The company says …

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West Virginia House committee loosens government purse strings | News, Sports, Jobs

During his January State of the State Address to lawmakers, Governor Jim Justice demonstrated the state’s complex procurement process with a gigantic flowchart. (Photo courtesy of West Virginia Governor’s Office) CHARLESTON — Responding to Gov. Jim Justice’s call in January to make state government purchases easier, …

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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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Behavioral Wellness Brings Community Meditation App to Soothe Mental Health | Good for Santa Barbara

Posted on February 20, 2022 | 09:00 Santa Barbara County Department of Behavioral Wellness [email protected] joined a statewide collaborative project administered by the California Mental Health Services Authority to offer free Headspace meditation apps to the community, available in English and Spanish. Headspace is a technology application created “to improve …

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