On June 10th, the MHRBWCC Board of Directors approved the following public statement on trauma concerns connected to recent unrest around racism:
It has been a difficult couple of months for our region and our
The phrase keeps getting bantered about these days: Let's get back to normal.
While the coronavirus continues to ravage some states and countries and the death toll mounts, it seems many of us want to find some
I never really thought I was depressed.
It just felt like a normal "down" feeling - something like I felt when I got a tough job review or someone said something negative about something I thought was a nice gesture.
The world is dealing with a lot right now. Coronavirus has taken over lives - more accurately, it's upended them. And while we try to make sense of what our new "normal" will be, people are finding ways to cope with the
With nearly everyone under a stay at home order, it's likely that - at some point - tempers will flare and cabin fever will rear its head somewhere. We recently talked with Jill Huynh, who works with MHRBWCC contract
Now that many of us are staying at home in an effort to stop the spread of Coronavirus, it may feel pretty good to be alone - or at least with fewer people around us. I admit that the quiet is kind of nice.