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Every summer in Philadelphia, thousands of children with behavioral health disorders, miss out on summer camp, but the city is working to change that. In 2014 alone Philadelphia's Department of Behavioral Health and Intellectual Disability has placed
You probably have heard about hospitals adopting electronic health records for patients. But what about mental health institutions or substance-abust facilities? Qualifacts , a provider of cloud-based electronic health record software, is expanding
Williams has been a professional Christian mental health counselor, helping people with problems such as marital difficulties, addictions and depression. Beginning Tuesday, the state will start licensing Williams and the 30 or so other professional
In addition to Jennifer DeCubellis, Leon Evans also coauthored this post. The United States spends 250 percent more than any other developed country on health care services, yet we are ranked below 16 other countries in overall life expectancy.
Dozens of people who help Tulare County students in rural schools cope with behavioral or mental health issues will soon be out of a job. Dozens of people who help Tulare County students in rural schools cope with behavioral or mental health issues
Behavioral health services will see some expansion in Merced and Stanislaus counties, according to an announcement made Thursday by Golden Valley Health Centers officials at the Merced County Health Care Consortium meeting. Rosalba Serrano, a
Maureen Persi keeps a photo album of her journey through Superstorm Sandy. It starts with the last photo her husband took of her on the beach before they evacuated and continues through the flood damage and eventual rebuilding of their Ortley Beach
Photos Governor's initiative Last week, the Gov. Brownback's office announced increased spending on mental health initiatives, including $1 million in one-time money for Community Mental Health Centers to treat the uninsured. It's not a lot of money
Crisis & Counseling Centers (C&C) was recently awarded a $70,000, three-year grant by HealthInfoNet. The initiative is funded by the State of Maine's Department of Health and Human Services as part of the State Innovation Model Grant and was designed
New Mexico governor Susana Martinez’s administration has succeeded in one thing: angering the majority of the voting population. A quick glance shows just how out of touch with reality the state’s Republican governor really is.