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Preparing for school to start

Here it comes! Mentally preparing your family for school

Guest blog post by our provider partner, Beech Acres Parenting Center Believe it or not, it’s already time to start preparing your children (and yourself!) to head back to school. Back to school season can be

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PTSD overview video

PTSD and the 4th of July

July 2, 2020  |  4th of July, Mental health, Ptsd

The heat is on as we head toward the 4th of July. Still, we'll be celebrating with virtual family get-togethers, cookouts with our live-in loved ones (or socially distanced family gatherings, too), and then - where

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talking to teens coronavirus

your teens mental health

June 23, 2020  |  Anxiety, coronavirus, Depression, teens

It's been a difficult few months for all of us under stay-at-home orders while coronavirus runs rampant through our communities. We've seen restlessness among Americans, both locally and across the country, who want

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Ready for Fiscal Year 2021

June 19, 2020  |  Addiction, budget, Mental health

It's hard to believe, but in just a couple of weeks MHRBWCC will start a new fiscal year - and with it, add some services to benefit residents of Warren and Clinton Counties. Our Board of Directors last week approved

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Racism Trauma

statement on racism and trauma

June 11, 2020  |  civil unrest, racism, Trauma

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

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new normal

Back to Normal?

May 26, 2020  |  Anxiety, coping, coronavirus, Mental health

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

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self-assessment screening

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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.

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