Black Women’s Expo offers a roadmap for financial health, mental well-being and business success

When Merry Green first decided 28 years ago to hold an exhibition just for black women, she never would have guessed what a huge success it would become. As promotions director for radio station V103, she often hosted events aimed at connecting businesses to black customers. Through this work, she …

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Potential crisis diversion center to offer behavioral and mental health support

A potential crisis diversion center in Orange County reached one of its first major milestones on August 12, as architectural firms and crisis service providers submitted applications for their roles in the project. The diversion center would provide options other than incarceration or hospitalization for people with behavioral or mental …

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An Interfaith Discussion on the Role of Religion in Mental Health | Kiowa County Press

Human relationships can help people through difficult times. fizkes/iStock/Getty Images Plus Emilie Costello, The conversation and Thalia Plata, The conversation Religious leaders often try to support the people they serve during difficult times. This supporting role has been particularly important in recent years as the nation grapples with a pandemic, …

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Letter: Committee hearings are not trials | Letters

Committee hearings are not the same as trials In response to Stephen Schenk’s July 29 letter, facts and accuracy matter. First, the Justice Department has an internal policy about not publicly taking certain actions shortly before an election (as Republican Comey did). This does not mean that the investigations stop. …

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Union: Kaiser cancels appointments as California strike looms

Kaiser Permanente is canceling patient appointments as a strike by its 2,000 behavioral health clinicians looms Monday, a union representing workers said in a complaint to the California Department of Managed Health Care. The Oakland-based healthcare giant stopped booking clients at a number of behavioral health services, Fred Seavey, director …

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7 new COVID-19 deaths, outbreaks by facility name: weekly report

All American Assisted Living (02/03/2022) 11 8 0 Applewood Rehabilitation Center (4/11/2022) 57 38 3 Arbor View Inn (04/11/2022) 4 1 0 Arbours in Bedford (07/03/2022) 26 seven 0 Bedford Hills Center (2/14/2022) 19 31 0 Bedford Hills Center (26/05/2022) 28 12 0 Bedford Nursing and Rehabilitation Center (3/11/2022) 21 …

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Medicaid changes could give school mental health services a big boost

As the founder of a public boarding school in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Sarah Broome saw Medicaid as a logical way to pay for much-needed mental health services for students. Many Thrive Academy students came from low-income families and had histories of trauma. Broome wanted to bring in social workers and …

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Grand Forks-East Grand Forks Chamber Forms New Statewide UAS Committee – Grand Forks Herald

GRAND FORKS — North Dakota’s unmanned aerial industry has grown exponentially over the past decade, and much of that growth is centered in and around Grand Forks. So it makes sense that a new statewide panel would be formed by a Grand Forks entity. The Grand Forks-East Grand Forks Chamber …

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What does trauma-informed care mean? – Cleveland Clinic

What do you think of when you think of trauma? Cleveland Clinic is a nonprofit academic medical center. Advertising on our site helps support our mission. We do not endorse non-Cleveland Clinic products or services. Policy This can happen as a result of abuse, violence or neglect. But it can …

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Launch of closely watched enterprise-community development plan in Indianapolis

Less than a year ago, the corner of 38th Street and Sheridan Avenue offered nearly empty parking and a bus stop. There were no grocery stores within walking distance. Arlington Woods residents have worked hard to battle food insecurity and other results of historic divestment. The bus stop is …

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Report warns of child mental health ‘pandemic’ | News, Sports, Jobs

Jacquelyn Martin, Associated Press First Lady Jill Biden speaks with, from left, youth mental health leader Ayanna Kelly, youth mental health leader Juan Acosta and actress and mental health advocate Selena Gomez during the White House Conversation on Youth Mental Health on Wednesday, May 18, 2022, at the …

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San Ramon: Sara Lashanlo, member of the Innovation-Technology committee, makes an offer for District 2 of the city council | New

Sara Lashanlo — a finalist in the nomination process for the District 2 City Council seat that ultimately went to Mark Armstrong in 2021 — launched an election campaign to win a full term at the seat in November. “I’m running because I’m inspired by the safe, diverse, and compassionate …

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Hamilton County taxpayers will decide to raise mental health tax

In November, voters will decide if they want to pay more for mental health services. The three-member Hamilton County Board of Commissioners voted unanimously on Tuesday to put a tax increase for the mental health tax on the ballot. The tax, if approved, would increase the amount Hamilton County property …

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Schlossberg appointed to Behavioral Health Commission for Adult Mental Health | The Valley Register

Commission to oversee $100 million in mental and behavioral health funding statewide HARRISBURG, August 8 – State Representative Mike Schlossberg today announced that House Minority Leader Joanna McClinton has named him the Democratic caucus representative to the Behavioral Health Commission for Adult Mental Health. The commission will allocate the $100 …

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Atlanta Public Safety Committee discusses leasing 700 additional jail beds for Fulton County

ATLANTA, Ga. (CBS46) — Atlanta Mayor Andre Dickens and the Atlanta City Council are looking for a way to help ease overcrowding at the Fulton County Jail. A proposal on the table would include the temporary leasing of prison space at the City of Atlanta Detention Center. Activists against renting …

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Austin Regional Clinic Prioritizes Pediatric Mental Health Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

Adjusting to life during a pandemic hasn’t been easy for anyone, but for many children and teens, COVID-19 has profoundly affected their physical, mental and emotional well-being. At the Austin Regional Clinic, pediatricians ensure that the mental well-being of young people is treated as crucially as their physical health. Natasha …

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Why guilt and shame can keep women away from peace

Nathalie Dennis | Guest columnist There’s a lot of violence in the news these days. We are bombarded with social unrest, gun violence and political problems. Due to inflation in the prices of food, gasoline and the cost of living, anxiety is at an all-time high. Despite the challenges we …

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governor defends the creation of a search committee | News from Thiruvananthapuram

Thiruvananthapuram: Governor Arif Mohammed Khan on Saturday defended the establishment of a search committee for the selection of University of Kerala vice-chancellor even as the university sought more time to appoint its member to the search committee. Khan told reporters in New Delhi that he was forced to form the …

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Vince Gilmer was pardoned for murder but remains in Virginia jail

Comment this story Comment RICHMOND — In the final hours before stepping down from office in January, Governor Ralph Northam pardoned inmate Vince Gilmer, whose extraordinary story of murder and mysterious illness has drawn international attention. But almost seven months later, Gilmer, 59, remains incarcerated and the devastating illness at …

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Permian Strategic Partnership officials address reports from regional health facilities

Editor’s note: The following is the first of two stories about a conversation with Tracee Bentley with the Permian Strategic Partnership about the possibility of the creation of a regional healthcare complex. Yes, the Permian Strategic Partnership is working on the eventual creation of a transformative healthcare center for Midland-Odessa. …

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The Confess Project helps barbers and black men talk about mental health

Black men are discussing mental health more than ever. While some are still hesitant to speak up, one organization is helping black men open up in a familiar place: the barbershop. The Confess Project partners with barbershops to help black men and boys talk about the issues they face. Craig …

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Sabra Health Care REIT makes $800 million bet in behavioral health sector

Sabra Health Care REIT (Nasdaq: SBRA) is investing $800 million in behavioral health as part of its portfolio diversification plans. The bulk of the REIT’s assets are in skilled nursing facilities and seniors’ residences. However, the business is expanding to include mental health and addiction facilities, trying to capitalize on …

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869 Attacks on Ukrainian Healthcare Facilities: Ukraine’s War in the Data

In the weeks following the Russian invasion, Ukrainians fled their homes at a pace not seen in Europe since World War II. That exodus has slowed, but this week has reminded us that the movement of humanity sparked by the Russian invasion continues. And the numbers are staggering. In less …

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Nursing students support women with addiction and mental health issues – Jagwire

In the third semester of the Master of Science in Nursing with a concentration in Clinical Nurse Leader, students take a course called Integrated Healthcare: Population Health. In this class, students are grouped together and work with a local organization on their semester project. Organizations vary, but all groups work …

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Sudbury school committee member quit due to possible job change

SUDBURY, MA – After initially refusing to talk about the move, a Sudbury School Board member who resigned last month has explained why he left the post just over a year into his first three-term year. Former committee member Tyler Steffey initially declined to say why he quit – as …

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Danbury homicides show ‘crisis’ in mental health services

DANBURY — A local mother killing her three children before taking her own life rocked the community last week and raises awareness of potential “stigma” around mental health treatment in the immigrant community. Danbury Police say Sonia Loja, 36, killed her three children on July 27 before taking her own …

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Athens mother desperately searches for son who left Norcross mental health facility

Athens man missing after leaving Norcross mental health facility last month It has been nearly a month since Alize Woodall retired from Lakeview Behavioral Health in Norcross. He has not been seen or heard from since, his family said. NORCROSS, Ga. – Gwinnett County Police are looking for a missing …

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‘Living Undeterred Tour’ leads a mental health mission across the Carolinas and the country

GREENVILLE, SC (FOX Carolina) – The moment Jeff Johnston launched the “Visit without being discouraged” Bus in Greenville, he had already traveled thousands of miles across the country to raise awareness and funds for mental health. The tour began in Johnston’s home state of Iowa after his personal journey of …

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Catasauqua Committee to Explore the Iron Works Project

The Catasauqua Borough Council created a special committee to decide how to move the stagnant Iron Works project forward. The committee will be made up of board chairman Brian Bartholomew and board members Howard Cunningham and Cameron Smith, as decided at a July 25 meeting. The previous failure of a …

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How does race impact mental health? New U. hire to explore, bridge disparities

The Huntsman Mental Health Institute and the University of Utah Department of Education announced a new hire to explore racial disparities in mental health services as part of a broader collaboration. (Steve Griffin, Deseret News) Estimated reading time: 2-3 minutes SALT LAKE CITY — The Huntsman Mental Health Institute and …

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Maui Council Committee to Discuss Federally Funded Infrastructure Projects

July 29, 2022, 4:48 p.m. HST * Updated July 29, 2:55 p.m. Maui County Council Member Yui Lei Sugimura The infrastructure and transportation committee will meet at 9 a.m. Monday to discuss proposed projects to be funded through appropriations from the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act of 2021 and other …

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Supporting a family member with serious mental illness is harder than it should be

Diagnosed with bipolar disorder as a teenager, Eric Smith spent nearly four years cycling through hospitals and prison before entering an Assisted Outpatient Treatment (AOT) program – a program he says held him accountable 24/7. For Smith, it was this intensive attention that made all the difference. After successfully completing …

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Arthrex and Skytron Announce Partnership to Meet the Needs of Operative Care Facilities

Industry Leaders Collaborate to Develop Advanced Operating Room Technology, Infrastructure Solutions for Hospitals and Surgical Centers Naples, Florida – July 25, 2022 – Arthrex, a global leader in minimally invasive surgical techniques, and Skytron, a healthcare safety and efficiency capital goods company, announced a partnership to deliver a wide range …

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How Dr. Bronner Came to Offer Psychedelic Therapy as an Employee Mental Health Benefit

Family-owned soap company Dr. Bronner’s is offering a new health care benefit to its employees: ketamine-assisted therapy. Since the company rolled out the policy in January, at least 30 employees have used mental health profit, which represents about 10% of the company’s workforce, according to CEO David Bronner. Ketamine is …

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Hillsborough County – Citizens Advisory Committee (Hybrid)

DateSeptember 23, 2022 09:00 This is an in-person hybrid quorum general meeting of the Citizens’ Advisory Committee (CAC). This committee advises the Board of County Commissioners on community matters and ensures that the commissioners receive input from citizens on a wide variety of issues that directly affect residents. What …

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DOC secretary participates in ceremony honoring former colleague

July 27, 2022 By Tyler Hemstreet (E-mail) Department of Social and Health Services Left to right, DSHS Behavioral Health Administration Deputy Secretary Kevin Bovenkamp, ​​National Association on Mental Illness Representative Jim Bloss, DSHS Secretary Jilma Meneses, DOC Secretary Cheryl Strange and DOC Deputy Secretary Sean Murphy with the plaque …

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Lakeland Hospital will build facility on South Florida Avenue for emergency care

The latest plans for a new Lakeland Regional Health building along South Florida Avenue are part of an ongoing effort to meet the population’s growing needs for access to medical services, according to LRH CEO Danielle Drummond. “We believe this location on South Florida Avenue will help us continue to …

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How the 988 National Mental Health Crisis Hotline Works in Northeast Ohio | The sound of ideas

President Joe Biden has declared mental health a national crisis. Rates of anxiety and depression that had been rising over the past decade have accelerated dramatically during the coronavirus pandemic. Many experts say there’s a greater need for behavioral health specialists right now than ever before, and some people looking …

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Mental health crisis intensified by the pandemic; The TEACH Project Fights Back – UBNow: News and Views for UB Faculty and Staff

America’s Surgeon General warns America’s youth are facing a ‘devastating’ mental health crisis. The American Academy of Pediatrics calls it “a national mental health emergency for children.” And obstetricians/gynecologists and other primary care providers are seeing increased anxiety and depression in their pregnant and postpartum patients. “This country has long …

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Long Beach reports 9 new monkeypox cases, extends vaccination clinic hours – Press Telegram

The Long Beach Department of Health and Human Services is expanding its monkeypox vaccination clinic hours as the virus becomes more prevalent throughout the city and county of Los Angeles. There were nine confirmed and probable cases of monkeypox in Long Beach as of July 25, the Department of Health …

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WHEELER — It’s time to modernize our approach: Mental health awareness

SSerious mental illnesses are the second leading cause of disability in the United States. Colorado ranks last when it comes to need for care versus access to care for adults. Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, the prevalence of mental illnesses has increase 25%, globally, leading to an unprecedented …

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Wiscasset budget committee members offer to help Simmons

Wiscasset City Manager Dennis Simmons can get help with time-consuming tasks that help him write budgets. They and he spoke on July 18 about tasks such as determining how much was spent on fuel last year or how much waste was transported. Things like going through bills take a lot …

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NYC will offer student debt relief to behavioral health professionals who work in the city’s hospital network

STATEN ISLAND, NY – New York City is launching a new student loan forgiveness program for behavioral health providers, thanks to an anonymous donation of $1 million. Mayor Eric Adams and NYC Health + Hospitals announced Sunday that the new debt relief program, called the Behavioral Health Loan Repayment Program …

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Growth of Catholic Hospitals Impacts Reproductive Health Care

PUTNAM, Conn. Even as many Republican-ruled states push for sweeping abortion bans, some Democratic-ruled states are increasingly concerned that reproductive health care options are shrinking due to the expansion of Catholic hospital networks. These are states like Oregon, Washington, California, New York, and Connecticut, where abortion will remain legal despite …

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Paddy Pimblett tackles stigma surrounding men’s mental health after UFC win

Editor’s Note: If you or someone you know is having suicidal thoughts or emotional distress, contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255) or 988 or suicidepreventionlifeline.org. Paddy Pimblett may have recorded an impressive win over Jordan Leavitt at UFC Fight Night in London, but Saturday’s showdown was emotional …

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The Mazzoni Center in Philadelphia hosts the 20th Trans Wellness Conference, the largest of its kind in the world

This story contains references to suicide. If you or someone you know is thinking about suicide, call or text 988. The Philadelphia Trans Wellness Conference, billed as the largest free event of its kind in the world, held its 20th annual meeting this week, meeting virtually at a time when …

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23 Crore Ayushman Bharat Health Accounts Created So Far: Center

New Delhi: Nearly 23 crores of Ayushman Bharat Health Account (ABHA) numbers, which are 14-digit health identifiers, have been created so far, with Andhra Pradesh generating the highest 3.21 crores, followed by Uttar Pradesh and Bihar, Lok Sabha said on Friday. In a written response to a question, Minister of …

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counties can contract private companies for emergency mental health transportation

LANSING, Mich. (WLUC) — A new state law could make it easier to transport patients in mental health crisis to a treatment facility. The new law amends Michigan’s Mental Health Code, which was enacted in 1974. Since then, it has required law enforcement to transport patients requiring treatment for a …

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Chainsaw Man Anime Won’t Have A Production Committee, Producer Says

That wouldn’t be saying too much Chainsaw Man is the most anticipated anime of the decade so far. After years of begging, the thrilling series is heading to television, and MAPPA Studio will be leading that charge. Fans are loving what they’ve seen from the show so far, but the …

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Haunted Mental Hospital in Illinois reopens to the public this weekend – NBC Chicago

A supposedly haunted mental hospital opened in 1902 in central Illinois will reopen to the public this weekend for paranormal investigations. Peoria State Hospital, originally named the Illinois Asylum for the Incurable Insane, will once again welcome the public for tours on Saturdays from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. Paranormal …

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Fairview Recovery Develops New Plan for Binghamton Facility

An agency’s proposal to open a drug stabilization center in a Binghamton neighborhood is under review after its initial plan was rejected by a city commission. Fairview Recovery Services wants to move an existing downtown facility to its East Side campus. The current center is located at 247 Court Street …

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Alabama Warmline expands to 24/7 access to prevent mental health crises

The National Suicide Hotline moved to its new number 988 on Saturday to begin helping unprecedented numbers of people facing mental health crises. But the Alabama Warmline, a program of Wings Across Alabama, works to avert crises before they happen by providing a way for all people to speak to …

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Finance Committee Passes Appropriations Resolution | News, Sports, Jobs

SALEM – The Salem finance committee passed a resolution for appropriations. It approves appropriations to balance accounts that have exceeded their planned budgets for a number of reasons, the main one being the continued inflation the country is experiencing, particularly felt in the cost of gasoline and diesel …

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Cedar City Hospital rises among nation’s top hospitals – St George News

ST. GEORGE- If hospitals were ranked like popular music groups like BTS and Billie Eilish, Cedar City Hospital would climb the pop charts. Undated photo of the main entrance to Cedar City Hospital, Cedar City, Utah | Photo courtesy of Cedar City Hospital, St. George News This month, Fortune magazine …

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Wysa secures $20 million to meet global mental health demand with AI Digital Therapeutics

BOSTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Wysa, the leading digital AI platform for mental health, today announced it has secured $20 million in funding. Wysa will use this capital to further expand into the US, UK, India and other global markets with enterprises, payers and providers, as well as improve usability through multilingual support and …

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🌱 Best Of North Atlanta Vote + Apply for New City Committee

Hey, neighbors! It’s Monday in Johns Creek and I’m back in your inbox with everything you need to know about what’s happening in town. Because community information is power! First, today’s weather forecast: A storm around the afternoon. High: 90 Low: 71. Congratulations to our first local sponsor: Looking to …

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West Michigan Offers Students 24-Hour Virtual Mental Health Counseling Through New Partnership

KALAMAZOO, MI — Western Michigan University will expand its mental health support network in the fall 2022 semester. The UWill program offers virtual mental health counseling via video, phone or chat message. Service will also be available after 5 p.m. and throughout the weekend. “There are times when people struggle …

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Austin city manager proposes 2022-23 budget to address staffing shortages and maintain public services

AUSTIN, TX – Austin City Manager Spencer Cronk presented his proposed $5 billion budget for the 2022-2023 fiscal year. In it, Cronk proposed an overall 4% salary increase for civilian staff beginning Oct. 1, 2022, which the city says is the largest increase in more than two decades for librarians, …

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There is no comparison between the January 6 Committee and Stalin – Loveland Reporter-Herald

By Bill Franz This is in response to guest opinion in Thursday’s edition. I have great admiration for those who serve our country. Several members of my family served in WWII and Vietnam and I volunteered with Wounded Warriors. That being said, I find absurd, with all due respect, Stalin’s …

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‘Donald’s’ mental health ‘deteriorates’ even further under attack, says Mary Trump

Donald Trump’s psychologist niece said on Friday the drumbeat of damning information against the former president from the ‘compelling’ January 6 House Select Committee hearings was having a painful impact on his already ‘deteriorated’ mental health . And he’s probably making everyone around him more miserable than ever because of …

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A new clinic in River Oaks, a new approach to mental health – Psyclinic empowers patients and helps them hand in hand

OOffering a holistic and one-of-a-kind approach to mental health, The Psyclinic recently opened a new clinic in Houston’s coveted River Oaks neighborhood. Psyclinic now has four locations in the Houston area — and also offers telemedicine appointments. All of this makes access to Dr. Mohammed Ahmed and his team easier …

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Disturbing details about Fabian Gonzales case could impact jurors’ mental health

ALBUQUERQUE, NM — All eyes are on the trial of Fabian Gonzales, one of three known suspects in the murder of 10-year-old Victoria Martens. Cindy Schossow of Albuquerque has been following Victoria’s tragic and brutal death from the start. Now she is watching closely as Gonzales’ trial unfolds. “Every day …

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Creation of a search committee for the new law school in Brooklyn

Brooklyn, July 14 10, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The Brooklyn Law School Board of Trustees, in consultation with the faculty, convened a search committee to determine a successor to Dean Michael T. Cahill, who announced in June that he would return to his previous position as full professor at the …

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Two MCH centers flooded, patients transferred to government. hospital

A flooding situation at two recently opened Maternal and Child Health (MCH) centers in Telangana prompted authorities to move patients to safety around midnight on Tuesday. More than 100 patients from the MCH center in Mancherial have been transferred to the district government general hospital. Three other people from the …

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Are you suffering from a mental health crisis? Dial 9-8-8 from July 16 for help – Greeley Tribune

I was nine years old when I started having suicidal thoughts. However, it wasn’t until I was 30 that I was able to get professional help. Mental health is an issue I struggled with for a long time, and when things got really tough for me – when I felt …

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THE DEMOCRATIC MUNICIPAL COMMITTEE OF ST. LAWRENCE ELECTS A NEW EXECUTIVE COUNCIL OF SEASONED POLITICAL PROFESSIONALS

Lawrence, NJ: Last night, Lawrence’s Democratic committee overwhelmingly elected four new board members in a contested reorganization: President Elissa Grodd Schragger, Esq., Vice President Eric Puliti , Treasurer Theo Siggelakis and Secretary Catie MacDuff, Esq. Elissa Grodd Schragger has practiced law for over 25 years and is a municipal attorney …

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Opening of the new TN Behavioral Health Treatment Center

NEWPORT, Tenn., July 12, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Already Gilbert, PhD, CEO of HARMONY Recovery Group, today announced the opening of its new behavioral health treatment center, dramatically expanding access to care across the region. The new facility, Summit at Harmony Oaks Recovery Center, provides inpatient addiction treatment and residential mental …

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Nhrc team to provide update on Gwalior mental health facility | Bhopal News

Bhopal: A national human rights commission, CNRLdelegation, led by its chairman, Judge Arun Mishra, has planned a visit to the Gwalior Mansik Arogyashala, as an MP on Tuesday, to inspect and get first-hand knowledge of its current conditions.The commission also intends to formulate a long-term plan for the efficient operation …

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Q&A: OHSU Assistant Professor Dr. Jane Zhu Says Oregon Mental Health Provider Directories Are Full of ‘Ghost’ Providers – State of Reform

Dr. Jane Zhu is an Assistant Professor of Medicine at Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU) School of Medicine. Zhu is the lead author of a new OHSU study on the Oregon Medicaid Mental Health Provider Directories, which found that 6 of the 10 network providers listed are not actually …

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The great victory of the January 6 committee has already marked

The committee is once again taking center stage in Washington this week with its televised hearing on Tuesday amid indications it will seek to draw a direct link between Trump and the far-right extremists who helped rioters make its way through the halls of Congress on January 6, 2021. It …

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Mother-daughter duo hold mental health awareness event in Raleigh :: WRAL.com

By Adam Owens, WRAL presenter/reporter Raleigh, North Carolina “We’re all going through it right now. Kashinda Marche said so many problems these days can attack our mental health. “The mass shootings, the casualties and the deaths, the pandemic,” Marche said. “We just have a problem on top of the problem.” …

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Infants and patients among 13 killed in Congo hospital attack

KINSHASA, Congo — Rebels attacked a hospital in Congo and killed at least 13 people, including infants and patients, according to hospital and army officials. The Congolese army said three attackers were killed when the army intervened. Some hospital staff are missing and several houses were burned down in Thursday …

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Partners to open a behavioral health hospital

A combined effort between the two healthcare providers will create a new behavioral health facility in the Grand Rapids area. Universal Health Services (UHS) and Grand Rapids health care system, Trinity Health, announced the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) approval of a Certificate of Need allowing partners …

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Beijing appears to withdraw vaccine mandate after pushback

TAIPEI – The Chinese capital Beijing appears to have backed out of a plan to launch a vaccination mandate for entry into certain public spaces after residents were turned away. Without explicitly saying he had scrapped the plan, a city official was quoted in state media Thursday night saying people …

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NY plans to open 12 mental health and addiction crisis centers in 2023 | Policy

Two state agencies have issued a request for proposals to create 12 new Support Crisis Stabilization Centers for New Yorkers in mental health or addiction crisis. The state’s Office of Mental Health and Office of Addiction Services and Supports want to open three centers in New York City and one …

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House committee calls on gun maker CEOs to testify

The House Oversight Committee is stepping up its probe into gunmakers and has called for the CEOs of three major gunmakers to appear before Congress later this month following a series of shootings. harrowing mass involving assault rifles that killed and injured dozens of Americans. Rep. Carolyn B. Maloney (DN.Y.), …

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Thrive Peer Recovery Services brings a personal touch to addiction and mental health treatment

SOLON, Ohio — Eight years ago, businessman Brian Bailys, who was recovering from drug addiction, suffered a major relapse and ended up in hospital. “I crashed and burned,” is how he describes it. During his treatment, he met someone who had been through the same things as him and who …

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Over 1 million healthcare facilities have successfully joined the Healthcare Facility Registry

More than one lakh of government and private sector health facilities have been successfully onboarded to the Health Facility Registry (HFR) under the Ayushman Bharat Digital Mission (ABDM). This historic milestone paves the way for greater adoption of the digital health platform and services across the country. The ABDM …

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