Youth mental health hub to open this summer

Members of the Alex Panton Foundation at the charity’s symposium on Saturday. The foundation has been instrumental in establishing a mental health center for children and adolescents which is due to open in July. – Photo: Norma Connolly A new mental health center specifically for children and adolescents will be …

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Malta Olympic Committee launches Games of the Small States of Europe 2023

You viewed more than 50 articles in the last 12 months. Keep Olympic News Free Support insidethegames.biz for just £10 For nearly 15 years now, insidethegames.biz has been at the forefront of fearless reporting on what’s happening in the Olympic Movement. As the first website not to be placed behind …

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Hundreds of Rodents Found Inside Family Dollar Facility | Health

WEST MEMPHIS, Ark. (AP) – More than 1,000 rodents have been discovered at a Family Dollar distribution center in Arkansas, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced Friday as the chain issued a voluntary recall affecting items purchased in hundreds of stores in the South. A consumer complaint prompted officials …

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School mask debates impact children’s mental health, parents say – NBC Chicago

The school mask debate has swept through Chicago-area communities in recent weeks and it can impact your child’s mental health. NBC 5 spoke to parents on both sides of the mask debate who said their children were anxious and confused by the reactions and decisions of people who may or …

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January 6 Committee recap: What did Trump do and when did he do it?

The committee also issued six new subpoenas this week as part of its investigation. Subpoenas have been sent to Michael A.Roman, Gary Michael Brown, Douglas V. Mastriano, Laura Cox, Mark W. Finchemand Kelli district. Ward will be a household name for politics junkies. She is the chairwoman of the Arizona …

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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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Live coronavirus updates and omicron variant news

New York City Mayor Eric Adams (D) told a gathering of CEOs on Wednesday that they should get their employees back to office as soon as possible to help the city’s economy recover from the effects of the pandemic. “The best thing we can do to deal with covid is …

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Teen depression: Why is anxiety rising in teens during the COVID pandemic?

A mother finds a drawing of a tombstone among her son’s schoolwork. “Rest in peace,” the caption read. “Maybe I better die.” The boy is 10 years old. Terrorized, she turns to marriage and family therapist Laurie Singer. That a child so young has mental health issues comes as no …

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Powerball gets reluctant committee support

Idaho’s “Powerball Bill” is heading to the House floor for a vote. A half-hearted House State Affairs Committee advanced House Bill 607 – which would allow the Idaho Lottery to remain in a growing international Powerball compact. Education has skin in this game: Over the next decade, Powerball is expected …

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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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Camp Jordan Parkway could house an emergency medical facility

Parkridge Health System plans to build a facility to provide emergency services on Camp Jordan Parkway at the entrance to one of Hamilton County’s largest recreation parks, officials said. East Ridge City Council agreed to the first of two votes required to rezone vacant land from a commercial district to …

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UW Health: Psychologist stresses importance of mental health in pediatric cancer care

MADISON, Wis. – Today is International Childhood Cancer Day, and an expert from UW Health Kids shares her perspective on the importance of mental health throughout the childhood cancer care journey a family. According to the Wisconsin Department of Health Services, hundreds of children are diagnosed with cancer each year …

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Avenue Therapeutics Trading Halted Ahead of FDA Advisory Committee Meeting

By Colin Kelher Trading in Avenue Therapeutics Inc. shares was halted on Tuesday ahead of a meeting of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s advisory committee regarding the company’s appeal against the agency’s rejection of a proposed painkiller. The agency is hosting a joint meeting of its anesthetic and analgesic …

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$100,000 donation helps NLH buy a second digital x-ray machine

Left to right, Nathan Littauer Hospital Board Chairman David D’Amore, Director of Diagnostic Imaging Dwayne Eberle, Vice Chairman Geoffrey Peck, CEO Sean Fadale, Director of location of Stewart’s Shop Meco Brittany Durose and Stewart District staff Lindsay Brown in an imaging room receiving Stewart’s Shop’s $100,000 check for a new …

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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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UCC launches Innsightful wellness program to aid student mental health // The Observer

The University Guidance Center (UCC) tries to evolve by partnering with Insightfula company aimed at helping young adults manage their stress and other emotions. Notre Dame is piloting a 12-week program to improve student mental health. The deadline for students to apply for the program was February 4. This program …

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Committee with clear checks on power could work for Marin sheriff oversight – Marin Independent Journal

The call for the creation of a special oversight committee for the Marin County Sheriff’s Office is not new. This has been touched on before and, as was the case during the February 1 debate, the issue comes down to the composition of the panel and its investigative powers. Sheriff …

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On Valentine’s Day, show you care by donating blood [United Way column] | Together

February is known for a variety of celebrations. It is the shortest month of the year, but includes Groundhog Day, Valentine’s Day, and President’s Day. We also celebrate Black History Month in February. And of course, it’s the snowiest month in Pennsylvania…if you like that type of weather. There is …

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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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Canberra’s adolescent mental health facility won’t be full until 2023, while children as young as 13 will be admitted to adult wards

Children as young as 13 continue to be admitted to Canberra Hospital’s adult mental health unit as the opening of a dedicated acute care facility for young people has been pushed back to 2023. Key points: The only teenage mental health facility in Canberra opens in 2023 while children as …

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Sacred Heart tackles mental health as ‘the most pressing need on campus’

FAIRFIELD — Larry Wielk, dean of students at Sacred Heart University, has seen more students request mental health-related leaves in the past year and a half than in the past three to five years. While mental health issues existed before the pandemic, Wielk believes needs have tripled since COVID, particularly …

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House education committee introduces bill to ban mask mandates at school

RICHMOND, Va. (WWBT) — A bill that would ban mask mandates in schools just cleared another hurdle in the General Assembly, passing the education committee on Friday. Senate Bill 739, in part, gives parents the choice not to mask their children at school, in addition to not having to provide …

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Byte Proud to Recognize Community Efforts of TODEC Legal Center, Begins 2022 with $5,000 Donation

COACHELLA, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Byte, a rapidly growing transparent alignment company, announced that it has donated $5,000 to the Inland Empire’s TODEC Legal Center to support its youth leadership program, Monarcas Luchadoras. Monarcas Luchadoras empowers young people to use their voice for change and support their local community. These young leaders led …

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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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Tasmanian teenager’s suicide could have been prevented if more mental health services were available, coroner says

The suicide of a 16-year-old boy could have been prevented if more mental health services were available in Tasmania, a coroner has found. WARNING: This story contains details that readers may find distressing. Key points: The boy died two days after being discharged from an interstate mental health facility The …

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TikTok trend of ‘mucus fishing’ harms eye and mental health, doctors warn

Hope you had the foresight to avoid this one. ‘Mucus fishing’ is TikTok’s latest gross trend, in which users brush gunk out of their irritated eyes using cotton swabs and their own fingers, as it seems is aesthetically pleasing or soothing to view – for some people. But it can …

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Senate Judiciary Committee Passes Wiretapping Bill

Alabama’s Senate Judiciary Committee on Wednesday passed a bill authorizing state-level wiretapping of those suspected of certain drug-related crimes. The same bill was introduced during the previous legislative session and failed to reach final passage. Senate Bill 26, sponsored by State Sen. Tom Butler, R-Madison, would authorize state-level wiretapping of …

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My Short Life and the Connecticut General Assembly

My medical records state that I am a cancer survivor – twice as much no less. I finished my treatment for breast cancer and malignant melanoma feeling confident and grateful. But in March 2021, I was diagnosed with advanced stage fallopian tube cancer. It’s very rare. It is also the …

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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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community health centers celebrate one year of immunizing the underserved | national news

Bethsda, Maryland, February 9, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — This week, the community health center’s COVID-19 vaccination program marks an important milestone in protecting underserved populations from a virus that has claimed more than 900,000 lives and infected millions. . From the start, equity has been the North Star of the Biden …

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FEMA shares mental health resources for children affected by Storm Ky.

HOPKINS CO., Ky. (WFIE) – FEMA has shared a list of children’s mental health resources to help families deal with the aftermath of December’s tornado. Laura Day is a therapist at River Valley Behavioral Health and she has worked with many children who have been affected by the storm. “They …

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Florida bill to cut school classes on sex and gender passes Senate committee – NBC 6 South Florida

A bill that would ban discussion of sexual orientation and gender identity in Florida elementary schools passed the state Senate Education Committee on Tuesday. The bill, titled “Parental rights in education”, adopted by the committee by a vote of 6 to 3. As written, the proposal states that school districts …

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New COVID sick leave would exempt 1 in 4 California workers

In summary California lawmakers plan to bring back extra COVID paid sick leave, but it won’t cover small business workers. A bill en route to Governor Gavin Newsom would require large California employers to offer workers up to 80 hours of paid COVID-related sick leave But there’s a catch: The …

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Mark Selby should be applauded for speaking out about his mental health struggles, says Gary Wilson

Gary Wilson says he’s on the road to recovery after battling depression. In January last year, Wilson went public with how much he had suffered, with a display of frustration in a league match against John Higgins. But now, after the help of a sports psychologist, the 36-year-old is “in …

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Salovey unveils committee to assess Yale’s gift policy

In an email to faculty, Salovey detailed the charge and composition of the new committee, which will review Yale’s current donation procedures and suggest changes. Sarah Cook, Philip Mousavizadeh and Isaac Yu 11:18 p.m., February 06, 2022 Staff journalists Courtesy of Robbie Short University President Peter Salovey on Friday announced …

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St. Mary’s Medical Center receives an anonymous gift from the heart

Hockey hero saves children from drowning Neshaminy’s second student, Cory Hemberger, right, used his hockey stick to rescue two teenagers who had fallen through the ice at Lake Afton. Contributed, The Intelligent St. Mary’s Medical Center has received an anonymous donation – a donation from the heart – that will …

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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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Unapproved product, the establishment encourages the recall of CBD; other reported enforcement activities

Cannabidiol (CBD) oil has been recalled in Ireland after being manufactured in an unregistered establishment. Hugold CBD oils were recalled after being processed at a site where the operations had not been reported to authorities. Additionally, the products contain concentrated CBD which is an unauthorized novel food. A novel food …

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Blair shows success in accessing mental health services

BLAIR, Neb. (WOWT) – Getting mental health services for people who live in small towns has been a constant struggle. “It’s hard to get people to rural areas if you don’t live in the countryside, city dwellers tend not to want to move to a small town to provide these …

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East Haven Creates Affordable Housing Committee

EAST HAVEN — City Council has voted to establish an Affordable Housing Plan Advisory Committee that will spend the next few months developing a housing plan to be submitted to the state by June 1. The council heard the details of the state law requiring the creation of the plan …

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California law would offer a tax credit of $500 for blood donation | California

(The Center Square) – As the United States faces a severe blood shortage, a California lawmaker has introduced legislation that would provide tax credits to residents who donate blood four or more times in a year. calendar year. Assemblyman Freddie Rodriguez, chairman of the Assembly Committee on Emergency Management, introduced …

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20 prefectures assume viral infections without testing

Twenty prefectures are giving “deemed positive” diagnoses to potential COVID-19 patients without actually carrying out tests to confirm whether they are infected, the Asahi Shimbun has learned. The Ministry of Health is allowing them to do so because test kits are scarce and health centers could be overwhelmed with people …

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Cardinal Care provides mental health services at CFAUSD

CHIPPEWA FALLS, Wis. (WEAU) – The pandemic has impacted many aspects of life, including children’s mental health. The Chippewa Falls Area Unified School District is taking steps to make mental health care more accessible to students. Cardinal Care provides students in grades 4-12 with access to mental health care while …

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Immigration Enforcement Bill Authorizes First House Committee

A House panel on Thursday approved a bill that would step up Florida’s crackdown on illegal immigration. Inspired by Gov. Ron DeSantisThe law project (HB 1355) is a multi-pronged proposition. Law enforcement should cooperate with US Immigration and Customs Enforcement. It would also prevent local governments from entering into contracts …

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Donation allows Massey to name epidemiology and public health role

Warwick Smith / Stuff David Hayman, a professor at Massey University, has a new role as the Percival Carmine Chair in Epidemiology and Public Health. A new position created by the Massey University Foundation will draw on the university’s expertise in epidemiology and public health. The Percival Carmine Chair in …

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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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2nd Chance welcomes its new CEO, Brandon Dale

PHOENIX, February 2, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — 2n/a Chance Treatment Centers (“2n/a Chance”), a leading regional network of outpatient behavioral health centers, announced today that Brandon Dale joined as President and CEO. Brandon brings over 25 years of healthcare industry experience and will lead the rapidly growing organization as it continues …

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State to expand behavioral health services | News

BOSTON — Governor Charlie Baker is taking steps to expand access to behavioral health services as the state grapples with a pandemic-fueled mental health crisis. The Baker administration is diverting $115 million to create a behavioral health hotline that would operate 24 hours a day, seven days a week, set …

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Cannabis bill goes through joint committee

BOSTON — There has been no opposition in the Joint Committee on Cannabis Policy to new legislation targeting continuing issues with host community agreements and social equity in the new cannabis industry, allowing for the legislature to become more involved in cannabis policy than it has since the voter rewrite. …

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Cullman Co. Schools receives donation for mental health services

CULLMAN COUNTY, Ala. (WBRC) – A Cullman County family has donated $10,000 to Cullman County schools to support student and family mental health services. The Stephen K. Griffith Memorial Fund was established in 2018 by his family to expand mental health services in Cullman County. Griffith was a well-known Cullman …

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

Search mutual fund quotes, news, net asset values Tata Engines INE155A01022, TATA MOTORS, 500570 ICICI Bank INE090A01021, ICICIBANK, 532174 Tata Power INE245A01021, TATAPOWER, 500400 Suzlon Energy INE040H01021, SUZLON, 532667 Zomato INE758T01015, ZOMATO, 543320 Presenting partner Technology partner Search mutual fund quotes, news, net asset values Tata Engines INE155A01022, TATA MOTORS, …

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Mammovan announces shutdowns in northern Nevada

RENO, Nev. (KOLO) — Women scheduled for mammograms will have the opportunity this week as the Mammovan makes a stopover in northern Nevada. Mammography screenings are primarily for women 40 and older; however, screenings will be offered to people under the age of 40 who have a screening referral from …

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First Behavioral Health Urgent Care Facility in Development for Mecklenburg County

The Smith Family Behavioral Health Urgent Care (BHUC), a one-of-a-kind facility in Mecklenburg County, is under development and slated to open in early 2023 in east Charlotte. The Mecklenburg County government, the Steve Smith Family Foundation, Alliance Health, Daymark Recovery Services and others have partnered to develop the center, a …

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Beaufort County Committee to design transportation tax details

screenshot of the city council of January 24, 2022 Beaufort County plans to delegate the details of a 2022 transit tax referendum to a citizens’ committee it will appoint next month. The committee will recommend which projects would be given priority, how much the tax would be and for how …

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Making matching more efficient for people in need of an organ transplant

Date published: January 31, 2022 Type of support: Press release Public: General public Regional Minister of Health and Minister responsible for the Organs and Tissues Authority (OTA), Dr David Gillespie, today announced $14.9 million for OrganMatch, a world-class software system helping to save the lives of more Australians awaiting organ …

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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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New $31M VA Clinic Set to Open in Montana with Significantly Expanded Services

The David J. Thatcher VA Clinic in Missoula, Montana is shown in an undated photo. The clinic is named after World War II veteran David J. Thatcher, a longtime Montana resident who participated in the famous Doolittle Raid on Tokyo during World War II. (Facebook) (Tribune News Service) – David …

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Little Village community groups call for mental health resources after gang shooting kills 8-year-old | Latin Voice | Chicago News

The fatal shooting of 8-year-old Melissa Ortega in Little Village shines a light on the town’s disturbing gun violence. Ortega was crossing the street with her mother when police say she was shot by 16-year-old Emilio Corripio. Prosecutors say the teenager was shooting rival gang members. Xavier Guzman, 27, the …

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NFL Competition Committee anticipates numerous proposals for overtime format changes

The outcry over the fairness of the NFL’s overtime format was renewed after last week’s epic AFC Division game in Kansas City without the Bills touching the ball after regulation time expired, and there is a strong expectation within the league competition committee that several teams will make proposals. on …

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Fox River Friends Receive Donation from Signal Hill DAR

Friends of the Fox River received financial support from the Signal Hill, Barrington-based National Society Daughters of the American Revolution chapter in the amount of $500. The Elgin-based 501(c)3 organization that focuses its efforts on maintaining the health and viability of the Fox River. The donation will be directed towards …

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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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Startup wants to help Safety Net Community Health Centers expand their reach

In the United States, approximately 1,400 federally licensed health centers (FQHCs) provide care for Medicare, Medicaid, and uninsured patients in underserved communities – a one-stop safety net for health and well-being. -be who charges a sliding scale. It is therefore not surprising to learn that they lack the resources to …

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Mental health services in Florence

NEWS Mental health services in Florence Jane Farrell 28 January 2022 – 10:11 to share Feeling heard when you are struggling and knowing when and where to find help is crucial for those in need of mental health assistance. For many who have been transplanted to Italy, it can feel …

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Committee recommends approval to change responsibility for special assessments – Jamestown Sun

The Jamestown Public Works Committee unanimously recommended approval to change the liability for outstanding special assessments due on four water main replacement districts. If City Council approves the change, the City’s share would be 70% and the Owners’ share would be 30% for the 17-61, 19-61, 20-61 and 21-61 Watermain …

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NDP suggests people linked to private healthcare company donated $42,000 to Ontario PCs before securing sole-source contract

Elections Ontario is being asked to investigate a private health care company, whose directors made a series of donations to the Progressive Conservative Party weeks before the company received a sole-source contract to run health clinics. vaccination in the province. The Ontario NDP wrote a letter to Chief Electoral Officer …

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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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Behavioral Health Clinic Demonstration Reaches More People, Gathers More Support – State of Reform

The two years Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinics (CCBHC) Demonstration Program– from October 1 – has been operational for about four months and has seen continued success and promise. Jon Villasurdadeputy state administrator for the Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities Administration of the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services …

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COVID restrictions have negatively affected our school culture and our mental health – The Williams Record

As we enter the third year of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Williams experience has been fundamentally altered by the social restrictions imposed by the administration on our community. For many students, the strong community connection idealized in admissions materials and alumni anecdotes were among the main reasons we were drawn …

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New committee to help improve care for Native American veterans

Veterans Affairs Secretary Denis McDonough has tasked his agency’s new Tribal and Indian Affairs Advisory Committee with helping the VA take more innovative approaches to serving Native American veterans. The newly created panel, one of 27 VA Advisory Committees, met for the first time on Tuesday to advise the VA …

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Medical director talks about blood shortage affecting hospitals

WILMINGTON, NC (WECT) – For weeks we have been hearing about a nationwide blood shortage that is particularly affecting patients in hospitals. Dr. David Huddleston, medical director of Cape Fear Valley Health Laboratories, says their donations have dropped by around 50%. The Cape Fear Valley health system supplies its own …

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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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Santa Cruz Community Health opens new clinic in the Santa Cruz Mountains – Santa Cruz Sentinel

BEN LOMOND — The bell rang Tuesday in the name of health rather than death. Chimes rang through the redwoods at 9:53 a.m. as Santa Cruz Community Health celebrated the opening of its new San Lorenzo Valley clinic by ringing the bell above Wee Kirk Church in Ben Lomond. The …

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Wellness teams harness digital tools to better connect students to mental health services | News

The last thing a distressed person needs is a barrier. Yet this is what many face when trying to navigate systems meant to provide resources and support – like an overworked student trying to navigate a resource-rich website. Many would agree with online browsing best practices that advise websites to …

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Prison Board Forms Committee to Hire New Warden | Local News

The prison warden and deputy warden of Lawrence County are still on paid administrative leave and their separation agreements are pending. Meanwhile, the Lawrence County Board of Corrections establishes a protocol for the search for a permanent warden. Prison board chairwoman Loretta Spielvogel at Wednesday’s regular board meeting initiated the …

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Marathon County Volunteer Opportunities: Week of January 24.

Find more donation and volunteer opportunities! Visit the United Way Volunteer Connection volunteer website at www.unitedwaymc.galaxydigital.com. Response to COVID-19. Please follow all recommendations from the federal government, the Center for Disease Control, and the Marathon County Health Department. Spring cleaning. Marathon County Historical Society is looking for volunteers to help …

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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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A new mental health facility will open downtown this summer

Job January 23, 2022 in Featured | Front page | News Artistic rendering of the Acess Open Minds installation in downtown Sarnia. Image courtesy of Bluewater Health Foundation Tara Jeffrey Achieving the fundraising goal for a new youth mental health and addictions facility in Sarnia couldn’t have come at a …

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“The Human Behind the Badge” – CBS Denver

DENVER (CBS4) – As the pandemic nears the two-year mark, an organization in Colorado hopes to get mental health assistance for healthcare workers. The All Clear Foundation receives nearly $2 million from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to reduce burnout and promote wellness. (credit: All Clear Foundation) …

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