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Black History Month: Mental Health Stigma

A Bit of History In the mid-1800s up until the early 1900s, leading psychiatrists claimed Black people were unfit psychologically for freedom. Samuel Cartwright, a physician in the 1800s created two diagnoses, “drapetomania” and “dysaesthesia,” which were used to label

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Sending Sunlight to those feeling Winter Blues

Seasonal depression, also referred to as seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a type of depression that’s related to changes in seasons – seasonal depression begins and ends at about the same time every year. Symptoms typically begin in the fall

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New Years Resolutions: Helpful or Harmful?

By Emma Huntzinger, Communications Manager Each new year brings with it feelings of renewal, hope, cleansing… But it can also bring with it feelings of intimidation, anxiety, and fear. So, as the clock strikes midnight this weekend, I have to

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December 1, 2022 Click here to download as a PDF: 12.22 RFP REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS Community Crisis Services and Food Bank invites all interested parties to submit a proposal for professional lobbying/advocacy services to assist with the overall effort to

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