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"behavioral health services" Discussed on Wealth Is In The Details Podcast

Wealth Is In The Details Podcast

04:56 min | 5 months ago

"behavioral health services" Discussed on Wealth Is In The Details Podcast

"Our behavioral health services. Very helpful hired a great consultant. So we have this great national structure that is really solid. Said one point six billion dollars all total with all affiliates so we're forced to be reckoned with nationally second of all we have this rich history and the history shows that certain elements that started in eighteen. Ninety six are true today so staying focused on our mission that really has never changed and making sure that funders Both public and private understand that people want to invest in our mission and lasting. I give peter and the previous ill-timed tie beerbaum. We are in a strong fiscal position. Along with our chief financial officer we have very solid financial statements including our balaji. We have not had to use our line of credit in seven years which is unheard of and. I think that we're at a really good position to be to scale the organization and really go into this next phase. I mean some of the weaknesses. I had some canucks discussions by others. Ceos volunteers of america massachusetts america is a it. It's a confusing name. We have the rich history but people are like well. Are you part of city aired. You only work with volunteers. You have thirty two affiliates. Come up online. And they're all different so we have a major brand challenge that we have to fix and that's one of the reasons why we're redoing our website. Where using common language across all of our programs everyone can actually disc- really.

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"behavioral health services" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:09 min | 10 months ago

"behavioral health services" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"No one was arrested The mayor's office just calling it terrorism. I'm Joe Michael's News 93.1 kfbk now. Sacramento traffic Good evening. 7 34 Bob Williams in the KFBK Traffic Center South bound Sunrise Boulevard, just north of Justinian Drive two vehicles involved in the crash. Looks like at least one tow truck's gonna be needed. Has his Iran so you'll know things were stopped up ahead. Spencerville Road it Devon Shire Circle in Nevada County reports of a crash on that roadway. Couple vehicles involved there. We do have a tow truck called for us. Well, South bound 65 Ferrari Ranch Road on red, just south of it. Ah, ladder in the slow lane Auburn area 80 eastbound just west of the Maple Street off ramp. Looks like we have something in the number one and two lanes. CHP is not there yet and cannot give us for the details. Traffic every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons news 93.1 kfbk Now Sacramento weather It's a cloudy today with an overnight low of 44 to 48 That could be a shower to the area tomorrow morning. Otherwise tomorrow mostly cloudy by 61 65 staying rather cloudy tomorrow by low 42 44. Thank you. Weather meteorologist Bob Barr's Lose 93.1 kfbk Next. Nothing in less than 30 minutes. Breaking news. The second of Heaven's on Sacramento's knew. 93.1 Hey, FBK Gambling problem. Call 1 800 Gambler Well, stones is back added my lyrics inspired by state farm. Surprisingly great rates, But my race like that great like that drive safe like that I saved like that straight up. Fax. Great race like a good neighbor State farm is there Hi I'm Christine, pending the chief clinical officer for behavioral health services at Bergen Newbridge Medical Center in Paramus, New Jersey. This pandemic has affected our communities, Medical and mental health. If you're experiencing anxiety, depression or just need to talk, you are not alone. Don't delay the care that you need. Bergen New Bridge has virtual and on site appointments available. Call 1 807 302762 or visit Newbridge health dot or we are here for you..

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Last-minute pardons by Trump include Florida health care executives

Buck Sexton

00:34 sec | 11 months ago

Last-minute pardons by Trump include Florida health care executives

"Those who do. Among those receiving last minute pardons from President Trump are five men convicted of defrauding Florida's Medicaid program. Trump pardoned former WellCare executives. Todd Farha fatty is Barry Day, Paul Barons, William Kale and Peter Clay. FBI agents raided the company's Tampa headquarters in 2007. Well care allegedly deceived the state about how much money the company spent on behavioral health services for Medicaid beneficiaries and did not refund money is required. The White House claims the prosecution was widely cited as a case study in over

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"behavioral health services" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"behavioral health services" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Larry McNamara owns Major's Diner and Pine Valley and told reporting partner 10 News. He's fed up with the back and forth on battling the coronavirus. We are over it, we can't do Any more going backwards in stay open and be a viable part of the community. San Diego County going into that purple tear starting early Saturday morning, 12 01, McNamara says Moving to outdoor on Lee will make it impossible to survive because temperatures are in the thirties in the mornings in the diner is open for breakfast and lunch. Bye On Tek, co founder who Gore saw him talks about progress with the stage Three trial of the Cove is vaccine candidate they are developing with Fizer Sahin says data seems to show people who have recovered from the coronavirus are able to continue to fight off the infection For at least six months, people applications seemed to be to have serious, sufficient immune response. Even after six months after infection, which is a which is a really good message, the drug companies announcing their data shows. Vaccine is more than 90% effective. Suicides are down in San Diego for the first six months of 2020, but drug and alcohol related deaths are up, Mr. Pandemic continues. County medical examiner Dr Steven Chapman says drug and alcohol deaths, especially from fentanyl, meth and prescription drugs are up a little bit outside of Meteo make conclusions about why the death have gone up in that way. I know our county behavioral health services does believe that there's a component of behavior change that has resulted in some of the He's drugged at. So I think that people do believe that the pandemic is contributing to the increase in these death. Medical examiner does not look specifically at deaths from the coronavirus. Those are classified as accidental, instead covered by the health.

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"behavioral health services" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"behavioral health services" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Alcohol own script. Spirit is 53. If you're in no time, Mesa 47 Togo in two years time 601. I think it's bordering on ludicrous and ridiculous. Well, that is the former president of the San Diego chapter of the California Restaurant Association, not mincing words about more restrictions coming from businesses now that we're in the purple tear in San Diego, Jeff Rossman telling Koco news that many restaurant owners can't survive. Another shut down another shutdown, and some will defy the orders come Saturday. They have nothing to lose. They're going to lose everything. Regardless, So if they lose their liquor license, or if they lose their insurance, or if they lose whatever they lose, they get a fine. It's gonna happen. Regardless. I know a lot of them are going to stay open. The National Restaurant Association says roughly 100,000 restaurants around the country of closed another 40% could shutter by January. 1st drug and alcohol related deaths are up in San Diego for the fur. Six months of this year, And while suicides are down, there is still a concern. Honey medical examiner Dr Steven Chapman says they paid particular attention to suicides. Once the pandemic on the isolation started. We've been pleased that the number is down that speaking with the behavioral health services experts, it turns out that historically when there is a big, bad problem, like pandemic or a war, Historically, the suicides actually do kind of go down when the problem is happening or acutely. But then the suicide increased later on as there's more aftermath and more economic difficulty drinking alcohol deaths, especially from fentanyl, meth and prescription drugs are up for the first six months of this year. And the health care system is the one responsible for killing the actual coronavirus deaths since they are classified as accidental and are investigated by the medical examiner Jack Running Coca News. So this Saturday while many businesses have to move outside or close, pacers and cheetahs, adult entertainment clubs can stay open. They filed suit got a temporary restraining order to keep their doors open. Supervisor Kristen Gaspar talked about that suit and other possible suits. You could make the case as a restaurant owner you could make the case is a gym owner that our data does not support. This decision to close down and closing down will create undue financial harm to these businesses. It has already. I think they have a strong, compelling case, although individual businesses are fighting back legally, Gaspar says. At this point, it doesn't appear the County has plans to file suit against the state. So far. There hasn't been anything that's come out of those clothes sessions to suggest that the county of San Diego will proceed along that route. I did speak with the attorney representing Pacers, he says. Their argument centered around First Amendment rights and adult entertainment is a protected form of expression. It's unclear if that argument could applied other businesses. But he also says.

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Substance abuse linked to COVID-19 susceptibility: Study

News, Traffic and Weather

04:08 min | 1 year ago

Substance abuse linked to COVID-19 susceptibility: Study

"The pandemic, There's been been an an increase increase in in substance substance abuse. abuse. It's It's also also had had significant significant impact impact on on mental mental health health and and is is impacting impacting communities communities across across America. America. ABC ABC News News producer producer Jenny Jenny Goldstein Goldstein has has more more on on some some of the steps being taken and is part of the ABC News turning point. Siri's were focusing on how addiction affects communities of color. He was Jenny. September is National Recovery Month an entire month dedicated to educating Americans about substance use disorders, mental health treatment and services. I am a woman in long term recovery from alcoholic drug addiction. Paddy McCarthy is the CEO of the organization faces and voices of recovery. I have overcome challenges with my own alcohol and turkeys and now then in recovery for over 30 years this year marks the 31st anniversary of National recovery Month. This year's theme joined the voices for recovery celebrating connections. Recovery is a journey. We want a path to a better future. Martine Hackett is an associate professor in the master of public Health and community health programs at Hofstra University. She says, the first step to recovery is acknowledgements. You really cannot attempt to solve that problem or to even begin your recovery until you acknowledge that jacket says racial disparities exist in the process of recovery. This is in part due to the barriers that hinder minorities in particular from getting the help. They need some of these barriers that minorities face when it comes to identifying help. Have to do with the even their perceived need for treatment, Recognising that they might not want to have help from official means and might be more comfortable seeking help from family or from religious institutions. Another obstacle, health insurance coverage or access to behavioral health services. Trauma and racial stress can make minorities more susceptible to miss using drugs or alcohol as a coping mechanism. Some of this has to do with concepts around trauma. And the the experiences of trauma clearly in an early age people who are exposed to stressors there's research that talks about the stressors of racism. And how those stressors can cause behaviors that you know people reach to to be able to deal with those stressors. Hackett says. Native Americans are the most affected by these disparities. They have a higher rate of addiction, but they also have a lower rate of recovery and being able to seek recovery. As for national recovery month McCarthy says Connecting in 2020 will be a little different than previous years. You know that we can't do it alone. So that's why the theme of celebrating connections is so important, especially right now. During Koven 19 when connecting with people has become a whole new challenge when we're not able to visit people in person or tender, usual gatherings to support recovery. McCarthy also says the language and terminology we used when referring to those in recovery is an important step. No longer use words like addict. We no longer use the word drug abuser. We have to remember that these are family friends, sums of daughters we have shifted. Two person first language such as a person with the substances disorder, Hackett says the stigma can make it more difficult for those struggling to seek help. This is especially true for minorities, the idea of stigma that there are certain Ways of different cultures view addiction and that people might not feel comfortable being able to even admit that they have a problem. Faces and voices of recovery has a website where resource is accessible both during Andy on National Recovery Month National recovery Month that order so visit the website you can find out where the events are happening and stay up to date as the month of September comes to an end the fight for recovery and dismantling research All barriers continues. Ending the stigma and making resource is available to all is a step in the right direction.

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"behavioral health services" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"behavioral health services" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Chief told me the cause of the fire is suspicious, because no one is supposed to be at that camp ground from the fire line on Pine Canyon Road. Steve Gregory, if I knew, and crews have been able to get 5% containment on the fire. Meanwhile, the flames in the foothills above Azusa have burned through more than 3000 acres. This guy says he was there when the fire started. I saw you guys arguing and fighting over a bike. One guy was threatening the other guy and the other guy said he'll burn you out any fire next thing you knew his mouth wrote too much of it was asked Cash Well, alright. No official cause of the fire has been given the fire burn adjacent to the burn scar of a fire from two weeks ago and the San Gabriel Kenyon. The current fire is 0% contained. The L. A county sheriff has announced that more than two dozen members of the department will be fired or suspended. For their role in a deputy click Sheer, Villanueva says he's not prepared to go on a witch hunt to root out deputies who are members of clicks when there's evidence of misconduct now From this point forward and as relates to issues of mistreatment of other employees or members of the community. We are asking that question. Now. The discipline announced yesterday goes backto a fight back in 2018. Several deputies and trainees say they were attacked by members of the so called East L A Bandidos A D U I driver has been charged with murder for killing a pregnant woman who was holding hands with her husband on a sidewalk in Anaheim. The 23 year old mother to be with eight months pregnant. The baby survived after an emergency C section, prosecutors say Courtney Pandolfi was told after each prior DUI conviction in 8 2020 15 and 2016. That if she killed someone during a deal why she would be charged with murder. Investigators say Pandolfi is Jeep jumped the curb Tuesday, smashed through a newsstand hit the couple walking and didn't stop until the car wouldn't go any farther. The husband wasn't hurt. Pandolfi faces life in prison if convicted as charged in Orange County. Corbin Carson KO Phi News. The new What you feel is really campaign in Orange County has targeted people struggling with the emotional stress of Cove in 19 0 C. Director of Behavioral health services, Dr Jeff Nagel says some of the free mental health three sources are For people who just need someone to talk to a community counseling program. That is more for the you know the anxious and the stress but not the severe kind of crisis or severe mental illness, he says. Reaching out for help is a sign of strength. A full range of free county mental health and substance abuse resource is can be found at O c, guff dot com. Forward slash Cove it when we come back, we'll talk with ABC is recline about the big story's coming out of Washington this week. But right now, let's get a check of that Dr. Police activity on the 17 that's on the south outside in Pasadena, located at the 1 34 police activity currently has all lanes. Shut down, So watch for seven slowing as you approach that area heading to Hawthorne, a stall has been reported westbound 15 at prayer. It's blocking the right wing and in Long Beach four or five burned down 7 10 There's a crash loving a car facing the wrong way on the transition to the 7 10 north and taking a quick look at sory toes. There's a crash involving a box truck that's just been reported West found 91 just before Shoemaker. It's a crash involving the box truck and one of their car stuck in the right lane. Your rights are still load up as you approach Carmen Death. You find this guy? Help get you there faster of Sauron, Crump. Right now, you wake up, Carla say good morning to a BCS recline Rick. So much happening. Well,.

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"behavioral health services" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"behavioral health services" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Very dependent on location, depending the needs of that location and the surrounding community. Can you talk a little bit more about that? And maybe give us some examples? Yeah, I would love Teo. You know any time that we go into a new community we actually do. A community needs assessment so we could get a good handle on what are the health conditions of that particular community? What services are they lacking in? And what could we do to actually enhance the outcomes? And and create a better quality of life for the people that live in the community. And a perfect example of that is when we entered into Cowley to county and one of the things in our research, we figured out was that in Cowley to county, 18% of the people wake up every day. And Phil Phil lost. Phil depressed Phil Fila's if there's really no reason to get out of bed today, so we started doing a little bit more in depth research, and we found out that mental health services We're not not offered to the extent that they should, with a community the size of Calvi to county. So so, with that in mind, we also knew that because the are general pipe patient populations are Uninsured or underinsured. They would even have mohr access problems to seeking behavioral health services. So when we went into that office, one of the things that we provided was behavioral health services, so along with our primary care services, which we must provide the comprehensive primary care services, we provided those behavioral health services. The other thing that we do is and this is really across the board of all of our community health centers access to affordable medic medications has been a been a tremendous problem with people all across the country. And one of the things that we recognized is that if we started our own in House pharmacy, we could provide medications to our patients cheaper. Than what they could get anywhere else. Cheaper than even the $3 of the $4 you could get a walmart or some of these targets or these other places, which is exactly what we did. But we enhance that toe also incorporate a Mel order program for patients that can't can't get out of their house. They can't leave. There's a number of our communities that that there's only one in every three household where they have transportation. So if we can't get the service or the medication to them, they're not going to receive it. So these are sort of the things that we do. We look in depth..

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"behavioral health services" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"behavioral health services" Discussed on WTOP

"Gone on paid this year the Baltimore sun says the Maryland health department will begin sending the estimated payments totaling about thirty two million dollars a week as it works to fix the system the estimated payments will be based on past billing the problem impacts about twenty five hundred doctors hospitals clinics and other facilities that offer behavioral health services in the state about a quarter million people in Maryland on the Medicaid program utilize the state's behavioral health services well we're a month in in Illinois and legalize recreational marijuana is proving to be quite popular we hear more from WBBM radios Bernie to Fauria the state of Illinois says more than thirty nine million dollars was spent on recreational use pot during the thirty one days of January Illinois ins but thirty and a half million dollars worth while out of staters spent eight and a half million dollars the state says more than nine hundred seventy two thousand marijuana products were bought during the month the governor's senior cannabis control officer joy Hutchinson says the prince could ministration is dedicated to making sure that all Illinois is of a chance to get involved in the various aspects of the marijuana industry of course font remains illegal under federal law WTOP at ten forty four ever been locked down you know suffered a set back fired left out it happens it happens a Mike Bloomberg middle class kid worked his way through college got a job started a family boon fired at thirty nine what it might do what a lot of us do we got back up those back in he had an idea designer you computer able to crunch data and process information in a unique way he built a T. cell that he built more he sold more he built a team of people the company created twenty thousand jobs Bloomberg is a doer this is Michael Douglas I played a president and movies this is real world this is our world Mike Bloomberg has Rick takes to win in like the country find some common ground between Democrats Republicans and then lead the way sure Mike will get it done I'm Mike Bloomberg candidate for president and I approve this message paid for by Mike Bloomberg twenty twenty sports at fifteen and forty five brought to you by your local Honda dealer don't settle for less than a Honda at ten forty five depressed and wizards just by last night's loss to Golden State get somewhat of a silver lining rookie really hot you Mar in his first game since December sixteenth that's eleven points with eight rebounds over twenty six minutes he's just happy to be back it was fun it was fun you know I missed it I was there to the like of like a seven with its you know never happened before you know it's the first time and then I remember this you know the possible and.

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"behavioral health services" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"behavioral health services" Discussed on KOMO

"Million dollars for the project with the new money the west wing shelter and services would expand to a second floor and provide behavioral health services for up to one hundred single men starting next July one person has died in what appears to be an industrial accident in Seattle around nine thirty this morning the fire department responded to a report of rail worker hit by a train car near west marginal way south west north of the South Park neighborhood medics were unable to save the man Seattle police say the investigation will likely be turned over to the state department of Alan high traffic backed up for solid for a dozen miles earlier today on northbound I. five between laci and JV LM Kamose Carly Johnson reports the initial call for help came in around one forty five this morning save the troll responded to north I. five near the Berkeley except for a semi truck trailer burning a couple of hours later a chase enters the scene around three fifty fifty county deputies got pursued with a vehicle and ended up on the northbound I. five that pursuit ended up terminating just prior to this scene server Ryan Berk uses the fleeing SUV driver kept going and witnesses say he was reading about seventy miles an hour up through the burning semi truck seen additionally slamming into a DOT trucks than continuing up we had a patrol car to fire trucks and another driver for that as TV was mangled up but not drivable the male driver female passenger bulls badly hurt so was a dog in their car but incredibly no one else was injured amazing nobody else's hi five clogged up all the way back to laci all the alternate routes were also very slow going your JBL M. Carlene Johnson como news coming up on come all right Harris at Seattle children's hospital where we've learned of more mold infection deaths going back eighteen years for we check on our Tripoli traffic with Maria rock injure him finally seeing some improvement northbound I. five from that collision Carlene was talking about a JBL and they managed to get the right lane opened it main gate were slowly seeing traffic moving now the backup is still out of laci so that's still going to be tough but it is starting to improve once you get just north of the dupont still come rode slowly but surely and things are still tough anyon because of people trying to avoid at five so that's why it's tough on five oh seven Indy on north of rain here and then slow also on highway five ten into your home as well it's quite difficult south on I five from Lake City went to downtown Seattle southbound four or five crowded from northeast dates to coal creek parkway north on I five a sluggish about like tears from the county line up towards the older would area we do have problem northbound I. five on ramp from four oh five an old where there's a collision partially blocking that ramp northbound canyon bird bottle ever highway in the canyon park area just south of one ninety second there's a collision in the right lane your next come much traffic at two fourteen weather today from subway nineties guys and rain that's or to deal with today as that mostly cloudy sky stretches on into let's call it tomorrow too.

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"behavioral health services" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"behavioral health services" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Seven thirty last night they say when they got there the man was already deceased police say there are no obvious signs of foul play and it appears he may have fallen or jumped at this point police say there is no indication heat was a factor in north Phoenix I maybe see fifteens into Kaylee for KTAR the Maricopa county attorney's office is involved in something new starting August twelfth it's teaming up with southwest behavioral health services on a program in which mentally challenged nonviolent offenders can avoid prosecution it's a new part of the officers found only pre trial intervention program by in being able to add in this one more program as a part of it will be able to continue to expand second chance offerings and make a meaningful difference are giving offenders a second chance and protecting the community Maricopa county attorney bill Montgomery says they have to pass a test that identifies their needs and shows they're a little risk to break the law again Phoenix at a record high temperature yesterday for one hundred fifteen degrees for that date so where are the monsoon rains to cool us off National Weather Service meteorologist mark o'malley says the valley has two months left in the season all taxes one or two days and that accounts for a lot of our seasonal rainfall so you know we could set up in a couple weeks and get a couple delusions and we'll be right back to normal o'malley says we've seen the worst of the excessive heat for now with highs near normal have around one hundred five degree so I've got to get a check on traffic here's Monaco read live from the valleys Chevy dealers traffic center well we had this big jam up on I seventeen south an agreement for an accident they are but they just get a moved off.

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"behavioral health services" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

08:32 min | 2 years ago

"behavioral health services" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Providing and managing behavioral health services and he's been involved in the training and development of something called harm reduction services in particular regarding tobacco and so it's always interesting to hear this because we hear things like vaping a safer bet non smoking then we hear no it has more cancerous elements banned smoking and even you just try to pay attention to the science but we don't really know when you hear conflicting things Kevin may have the update for us and he's also paying attention to this new anti tobacco bill that's been approved in committee by it's McConnell and to McCain welcome to America trends thank you for being with us good to be here thank you he was well Kevin so how did you get started doing all this and paying attention to what is basically is a sentiment on the things we just talked about save vaping versus a caress I guess well I've been in for reduction services for quite some years and of course you probably are aware of that harm reduction began with Neil exchange and I don't want to do with all substances older than tobacco however I was working with and still am working with people with serious mental health problems as well as people who use other substances and became the lately where that this was really a much bigger issue and of course other drug and alcohol use almost half a million people every year die from tobacco related illnesses so I began to think about how do we actually begin to apply some reduction principles and ideas to this population in particular given their vulnerability they tend to not smoke twice as much as the general population and they don't line up the conventional tobacco intervention smoking cessation strategies so I began to come away or vaping as a potential for this as well as other populations of people who are still smoking you already aiming mention something about the safety issue and to be truthful you know the jury is still out no one is suggesting that beeping is safe but the number of people including the United Kingdom the government of Switzerland New Zealand Canada the national association scientists engineers in medicine all indicated that they see that these products are much safer than smoking combustible tobacco and that they also have an app or you demonstrated some potential to help people switch from combustible tobacco use I think part of the issue and we know that well nicotine is definitely an addicting drugs all one people smoke and they are engaged in the ritual of smoking Malkovich besides a habit of nicotine or whatever were directed to with the vaping sort of a hand to mouth thing that you'd be you hear about in psychological circles and I know that that's sort of your your area you in fact tell people you intervene do interventions for people serial serious mental illnesses and and getting off things like this the people last part of your question I was just giving a little bit of your background that you almost have to wonder besides being addicted to the elements is it a hand to mouth mental thing that we hear about sometimes in psychological circles you're the expert not me but I I just find it interesting absolutely absolutely we know that if you think about the the cigarette right and let's say someone is even a half a pack I have to pack smoker per day and they actually you know it begins to structure people's days it's something to look forward to it gives people something to do for five to ten minutes it may be a social activity so clearly I think that what has happened is that when Peiping you know came on the scene people began to see that this actually satisfied not just the desire for nicotine but also the hand to mouth activity that you refer to the best way to stop it you're an expert in this you do these interventions look I've heard people describe it as it really when you smoke or whatever it takes over your life and you really do have to plan this is great you have to budget for it there's a lot of what we do well that's a very very large question and answer but my perspective is that people who are still smoking and we know that the people who are still smoking are generally poor people people of color working class people people with mental health and substance abuse problems there are eight harder relation to reach and from my perspective in addition to providing them with a wealth of choices all the way from the conventional you know going cold Turkey using the conventional nicotine replacements liking our action or come up there on medications that address the craving that goes along with tobacco use but also the now the electronic devices all of those choices should be marketed people along with what we call behavioral support so people may need a lot of intensive longer term counseling coaching to help them to switch or stop or whatever it is they want to do to address their tobacco happen we're talking to Kevin the girl he has been providing and managing behavioral health services trying to help us with all our stuff and what exactly is going on with this bill and do you think the age should be raised from eighteen to twenty one most of these states again it's a state issue well I mean I think that we have a a perfect storm of what has occurred in the last year especially so we got the tobacco industry which clearly has a very on the whole the legacy of lying deceiving and causing a lot of harm Sir in the American and global population number two we have a new product that promises to basically help people to reduce or quit combustible tobacco all together and that institution or the industry is a profit making institution so you put those items together along with you and use for whatever reason and I'm not an expert as to why you have taken up beeping I could speculate you know about adolescence in general day experiment they're interested in things that they are told that they should not do find flavor and it's marketed to them somewhat the industry has ever mental agencies has tried to display that it's clear that and and I will call tool that when we look at some of their advertising it does appear that they were appealing to a younger population even though they say that they are appealing to people who were smokers and I I believe that they are attempting to change their advertising which they need to do that mixture of putting those elements together it's created I believe an over reaction to the user base clearly we want to keep all drugs and alcohol out of the hands of you I don't believe I ever going to be able to do that and Harley successfully so I think we need to think about other strategies to prevent sales to minors sales of these substances including tobacco to these miners if we need to and enhancing horsemen in some way then so be it but my concern is that and Chris you might be aware that in the city of San Francisco we can now banned the sales distribution and manufacture of all the products we want to keep them out of the hands of teenagers we don't want to keep them out of the hands and the choice for adults yeah I invented from switching to the device right on time so sorry I know you say the American lung association says the cigarettes should be.

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"behavioral health services" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"behavioral health services" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Nicotine replacements liking our action or come up there on medications that address the craving that goes along with tobacco use but also the now the electronic devices all of those choices should be marketed people along with what we call behavioral support so people may need a water intensive longer term counseling in coaching to help them switch or stop or whatever it is they want to do to address their tobacco happen we're talking to Kevin and he has been providing and managing behavioral health services trying to help us with all our stuff and what exactly is going on this bill and do you think the age should be raised from eighteen to twenty one most of the states again it's a state issue well I mean I think that we have a a perfect storm of what has occurred in the last year especially so we got the tobacco industry which clearly has a a very on the whole the legacy of lying deceiving and causing a lot of harm Sir in the American and global population number two we have a new product that promises to basically help people to reduce or quit combustible tobacco all together and that institution or the industry is a profit making institution so you put those items together along with you and use for whatever reason and I'm not an expert as to why use have taken up beeping I could speculate you know about adolescence in general they experiment they're interested in things that they are told that they should not do find flavors it's marketed to them some lights the industry has ever mental agencies as tried to display that it's clear that and and I will call out jul that when we look at some of their advertising it does appear that they were appealing to a younger population even though they say that they are appealing to people who were smokers and I I believe that they are attempting to change their advertising which they need to do but that mixture of putting those elements together it's created I believe an over reaction to the user base really we want to keep all drugs and alcohol out of the hands of you I don't believe I ever going to be able to do that in Harley successfully so I think we need to think about other strategies to prevent sales to minors sales of these substances including tobacco to these miners if we need to and enhanced enforcement in some way then so be it but my concern is that and Chris you might be aware that in the city of San Francisco we can now banned the sales distribution and manufacture of all the products that we want to keep them out of the hands of teenagers we don't want to keep them out of the hands and the choice for adults from switching to the price of seven to start on time so sorry I know you say the American lung association says the cigarettes should be removed from the market he's got the inside seven life insurance is one of those things that just about everybody needs but do you people actually.

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"behavioral health services" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"behavioral health services" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"A managing behavioral health services and he's been involved in the training and development of something called harm reduction services in particular regarding tobacco and so it's always interesting to hear this because we hear things like vaping is safer that non smoking then we hear no it has more cancerous elements then smoking and you you just try to pay attention to the signs but we don't really know when you hear conflicting things Kevin may have the update for us and he's also paying attention to this new anti tobacco bill that's been approved in committee by it's McConnell and to McCain welcome to America trends thank you for being with us good to be here thank you he was well Kevin so how did you get started doing all this and paying attention what is basically is a sentiment on the things we just talked about save vaping versus cigarettes I guess well I didn't call reduction services for quite some years and of course you probably are aware of that harm reduction began with needle exchange and I don't want to do with all substances other than tobacco however I was working with and still am working with people with serious mental health problems as well as people who use other substances and became the lately where that this was really a much bigger issue then of course other drug and alcohol use almost half a million people every year die from tobacco related illnesses so I began to think about how do we actually begin to apply some reduction principles and ideas to this population particular given their vulnerability they tend to not smoke twice as much as the general population and they don't line up the conventional tobacco intervention smoking cessation strategies so I began to come away or beeping as a potential for this as well as other populations of people who are still smoking you or any any mention something about the safety issue and to be truthful you know the jury is still out no one is suggesting that beeping is state but a number of people including the United Kingdom the government of Switzerland New Zealand Canada the national association scientists engineers in medicine all indicated that they see that these products are much safer than smoking combustible tobacco and that they also have and have already demonstrated some potential to help people switch combustible tobacco use I think part of the issue and we know that well nicotine is definitely an addicting drugs all one people smoke and they are engaged in the ritual of smoking Malkovich beside her habit of nicotine or whatever were directed to with the vaping sort of a hand to mouth thing that you'd be here about in psychological circles and I know that that's sort of your your area you in fact help people you intervene do interventions for people serial serious mental illnesses and and getting off things like this the people last part of your question I was just giving a little bit of your background that you almost have to wonder besides being addicted to the elements is it a hand to mouth mental thing that we hear about sometimes in psychological circles you're the expert not me but I I just find it interesting absolutely absolutely we know that if you think about the the cigarette right and let's say someone is even a half a pack have to pack smoker per day and they actually you know it begins to structure people's days it's something to look forward to.

"behavioral health services" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"behavioral health services" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The biggest health problems student face safety. Does not mean police in our schools safety does not mean metal detectors safety. Does not does not mean criminalising us. Do you know what safety means safety is more mental and behavioral health services safety is equitable funding for all schools seventeen people were killed at parkland high school last year, convicted felon, Bill Cosby, issuing a statement. From behind bars saying that he has refused to take part in mandatory counseling. You'll Cosby issuing a statement through his publicist saying he has refused to attend mandatory sex offender counseling as part of his designation as a sexually violent predator Cosby called the classes, quote entrapment and maintains his innocence his refusal though could affect any future parole hearings. ABC's Mark Remillard reporting your money, sports, traffic and weather next on WGN. Twenty five percent off all new and up to seventy percent off previously lease furnishings. Do you really need a better reason to party, we don't think so come visit our new court furniture clearance center with more than nine thousand square feet of new and previously lease furniture and decor for your home and office so fast from one thousand nine hundred ninety nine bedrooms, that's from three ninety nine ninety nine dining sets from two thousand nine hundred nine and more prizes and fun all weekend long at our Tanjile court furniture clearance center at one three nine four six Lee Jackson memorial highway or go online at court Clarence furniture dot com. Jared, we know devotion isn't a once a year occasion. And once the flowers have wilted and the chocolate's have disappeared. You'll still want them to know how much you care dare to give a gift that last Valentine's Day with our incredible selection of jewelry from delicate rose. Gold bold black diamonds Jared has hundreds of pieces under two hundred ninety nine dollars and exclusive collections you won't find anywhere else. Shop online or find a store near you at Jared dot com, and they're to be devoted..

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"behavioral health services" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"behavioral health services" Discussed on KCRW

"And so the college would have an incentive to help you find a good job that story next on pass by. Good afternoon. It's one twenty seven I'm Eric Roy with KCRW headlines in a rare move Los Angeles County supervisors publicly rebuked sheriff sheriff Alex Vena Weber today over his rehiring of a deputy who'd been fired over allegations of sexual harassment and stalking in an early end of the new sheriff's honeymoon the board approved a motion written by supervisor Catherine bargain, co sponsored by supervisor Sheila cue that expresses grave concerns about the reinstatement of deputy Karen Carlson doyen the motion also expresses alarm over his comments last week that cast doubt on the credibility of Mongolians female accuser. A fellow deputy killed told being aware that this kind of case roles back reforms in the LA county sheriff's department and could hurt efforts to recruit women why any woman would think that was a good place to go. Now, I would have my doubts bargain questioned about back pay for deputy Mongolian who was off the job for a couple of years. Yes. There will be back. We'll get retracted pay to twenty six. Yes. Under the motion approved by county supervisors they'll send a letter to Vienna Weber detailing their concerns, the board also asked the LA county council to look into whether the sheriff overstepped his authority when he overrode county appeals board that upheld Mondo is firing. Meanwhile, Orange County supervisor today approved the financing and design of a mental health center to be built in the city of orange a first of its kind in the county supervisor Andrew DOE said today's approval of the well behavioral health services clinic makes it a historic day in Orange County. The board also approved plans to spend almost seventeen million dollars on the design and construction of the sixty thousand square foot mental health campus officials estimate the construction costs.

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"behavioral health services" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"behavioral health services" Discussed on WJR 760

"To break the logjam that has led to a partial government shutdown now heading into a fifth week, President Trump offered Democrats a plan to let so-called dreamers remain in the US for at least three years Republicans supported the plan immediately. But not the Democrats, but Constantini has more on the president Saturday afternoon statement, making Democrats and offer they were. Fused even beforehand. President Trump says in return he wants five point seven billion dollars for border barriers as the definition of a wall has evolved. This is not a two thousand mile concrete structure from C to see these are still barriers in high priority locations. The Democrats responded that it does not offer a permanent solution for so-called dreamers in migrants from countries where they fear for their lives. Both of which the president is willing to grant a three year reprieve from deportation far right commentator. Ann coulter. However, denounces the plan as amnesty. Bob Costantini, Washington. Former American figure skater John Goffin has been found dead just as U S figure skating championships are to begin in Detroit. Correspondent coy wire on what is and what isn't known Coughlin sister is the one who posted on Facebook Friday that he took his own life one day earlier on Thursday US figure skating and usafe sport temporarily suspend. Ended the Thirty-three-year-old coach and TV commentator citing an upcoming hearing. Gating officials have not said why coffin was suspended. People in Flint will now have a new resource to help them recover from the devastation of the water crisis. It's an online database called the Flint registry, the online database connects people who lived worked and went to school in Flint from April twenty fourteen to October twenty fifteen with resources along with behavioral health services, home inspections and more officials say the registry will help learn more about how Flint as a whole is doing a federal grant could improve Michigan's early childhood programs state education officials say they are using a five million dollar federal grant to improve early childhood programs for Michigan children under five Michigan is one of forty five states awarded funding through the preschool developing grant, a two hundred and fifty million dollar competitive. Federal grant designed to improve states. Early childhood landscape by building on existing federal.

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"behavioral health services" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"behavioral health services" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"And Dr Slonim when you couple of high suicide rate with the dearth of mental health treatment resources. You really have a bad and worsening situation is learning about the need was that sort of one of the the impetus behind you're starting the behavioral health services. Unit. You know, I think we argue with the fact that mental health is a public health crisis in the Vada, and we have to come together or solve this problem grounds alone can't do anything. But you can't do it by ourselves. But the behavior. This is an opportunity for us to come together with a wide range of community based resources and other people who know how to make a difference. We're just working in different directions, and we need to pull this gathering aggregated way where we can really make. I saw statistics from the substance abuse and mental health Services Administration that said five percent of Nevada. Adults nine percent of Nevada youth had some sort of a serious mental illness problem within a year of being surveyed, that's very high. You have to behavioral health locations. How busy are they at any given time? What successes have you been seeing so far what can you tell us? So. The behavioral locations are busy pupil who want help. But the problem is that we have to get ahead of that in the conversation of suicide alley one of the challenges is people may not even know that they're at risk. They may not even know until they're feeling down or depressed, or without hope that they they may not even contemplate suicide up until that very moment. So how are we moving that extreme screen prevention? Hauer would making sure that the people who are most at risk those kids those news that we talked about our game the kinds of screening access that we get..

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"behavioral health services" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

04:01 min | 3 years ago

"behavioral health services" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Third leading cause of death for Nevada's fifteen to twenty four years old. It's the second leading cause of death for those aged twenty five to thirty four. And while the CDC says it's the twelfth leading cause for Nevada seniors that demographic is way up according to the United health foundation's just released senior report twenty eighteen approximately thirty two of every one hundred thousand nevadans age sixty five and older commit suicide. That is double the national rate, and Dr Sean thank you for talking to us about such a sad subject. And of course, we are going to let you share some hope you have about all this later in the show. But but for now, I wanna talk about the problem, and I wanna start about this recent reported uptick in senior suicides. I saw that United health says that much of the blame for this growing rate is the growing isolation among our seniors, and that really leads to a lot of other, depression and other mental health problem. Doesn't it? I think that you point out some important things we've got high rates of suicide across a number of age groups, and each one of them has their own independent risk factor for seniors 'isolation is among the top as people grow older and their friends start to die as they become more lonely as they get isolated in their homes without a network of people perhaps that they feel care about them. They they pull into themselves and lose hope, and we lose hope that's a terrible place to be you know, I mentioned that the the CDC report does say that Nevada is the one St. in the whole country that has a decrease in suicide one percents not alive, but it, but it's something I it's not an increase, but we're still seventh in the nation. And I I know that your behavioral health services unit focuses on this and some other health mental problems. So I wondered if you share your thoughts on some top reasons why Nevada suicide rate is so high. Hi, what are you finding among those who studied at your center? I think you're a couple of things I want to make sure that people have you identified the risk factors for people. In those groups isolate finishing one adolescence have another another high risk group, and we have to figure out was he bribing their need to commit suicide. I think the second thing is having adequate mental health infrastructure. So that people who are identify are able to access the kinds of services eight to prevent suicide from happening, whether it's a crisis mode or a longer term or crime basis and the third thing which is really where efforts in the new institute, your focus is screen. How do we do broad based screen to identify those most at risk and thereby helped to get them into treatment when they may not even know they're vulnerable. You know, we're gonna talk about renounced the work three year unique behavioral health services later in the show. But I'd like to let you address what you. You stress on your side, and what you've shared with me. A on some other shows about some other issues, the huge important that you and renown place on tailoring what other health challenge, you guys are trying to meet in this case, mental health, but tailoring mental health help to suit each person's precise need, you always emphasize that there is it's not cookie cutter there. It's not a one size all fits all cooking cutter way of helping someone who's struggling is their people are individuals, and they have different parts of them that drive towards one action or another. It's our responsibility meet them where they are. And for that ability to be independent. They're certainly national norms. There's guidelines pathways and there's evidence based medicine we need to follow. But nothing helps more than making sure you're giving that personal touch holding the hand lending, a smile and being there for people when when they need some of the care about and they can feel. When.

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