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Blog Entries - 'Mental health'

COVID holidays

Holiday coping in the COVID age

Has it really been nearly 12 months already? How time flies! Yep - it's almost time for the holidays again. But this time, with an added twist - COVID-19. Oh sure, it's a fun time of year ... ususally. We look forward

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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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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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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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Vlog with Jill Huynh of Beech Acres

Cornavirus and family

April 2, 2020  |  Anxiety, coronavirus, family, Mental health

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

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online family

connecting in spite of coronavirus

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. But only

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