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Voting is a Part of Recovery
Voting is one of the most important rights we have as Americans. It is our chance to weigh in on issues that are important to us as individuals, as a community and as a nation. It is also an important part of our work as behavioral health organizations as we believe the goal of our […]
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8 Steps for Organization-wide Suicide Prevention
Suicide prevention can seem like a daunting undertaking for any organization or center, but as the number of deaths by suicide keep increasing and worsening due to COVID-19, it becomes a necessary public health issue we must address.
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The Social Connection Cure for Older Adults
We know ensuring that older adults are engaged with physical and emotional health care can make a positive impact on their overall functioning and health. It turns out that social connection can be just as vital to improving health outcomes and extending an older adult’s life expectancy.
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Connecting People to Life-saving Care
Connecting people to life-saving care is more important than ever. That’s especially true during COVID-19 when uncertainty and health concerns can intensify anxiety, depression and suicidal ideation.
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Reflections on Recovery – A Recovery Month Luncheon Preview
Every September, the nation comes together to recognize the impact of recovery during National Recovery Month. As a thought leader in behavioral health care, this observance is an opportunity for us to further amplify the importance of connecting people to care that leads to life-long recovery.
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In New Orleans, Overcoming Stigma through Relationships
In New Orleans, where nearly 60% of the city’s residents are black, behavioral health care professionals have found ways to increase the number of residents receiving care by erasing the stigma surrounding behavioral health.
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Self-care and Crisis Services during COVID-19
Understanding and implementing strategies for self-care, resilience-building, cultural humility and trauma-informed care are essential for the health and wellness of call center operators.
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