Recent Posts by Amy U

Mental Health First Aid

Teenage angst or mental illness? A ploy for attention or a cry for help? Adults often have a difficult time interpreting teenage behavior, and don’t know when to intervene or to seek help. Research shows that nearly three-quarters of American children with depression don’t receive treatment. When adults are trained to recognize the signs of…
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Opioid Town Hall

Nearly 200 people came to the Town Hall on the Opioid Crisis held during the evening of  May 10.  A daytime summit of community leaders drew 50 people who worked on local solutions to the epidemic. That summit launched three working groups to tackle the issue. At the event, our Prevention Services staff gave away…
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