18 Burst results for "Residential Treatment Facility"

"residential treatment facility" Discussed on Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

03:06 min | Last month

"residential treatment facility" Discussed on Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

"To another amazing episode of wellness warriors. Today i have another great yes. Jodi cohen enjoyed has a very interesting story to tell about Breast cancer so stay tuned. Because we'll talk about that in just a minute. But i met jodi at a conference. Several years ago Mindshare shared collaborative conference were poker. Practitioners get together and look how to be better practitioners in run our businesses. Better and and i really was impressed with jody's oil season Her her whole protocol and just her presence. I really appreciated getting to know your joni. So let me tell you a little bit about her. So jodie cohen is a bestselling author word. Winning journalist of functional founder of vibrant blue oils and. I forgot to grab him. I had a couple of them. And i didn't forget to grab a What i really like about your oils is that they're organic wild crafted and you've helped over fifty thousand clients around the world to heal from brave related challenges anxiety and song auto immunity on. Thanks jodi thanks for being here. Oh my gosh thank you and thanks for all the wonderful work you do. I love your book. I recommend it to everyone i know. Thank you. so let's start with the story right. The pain that triggered the fashion. So tell us about your story and wise essential oils important re now. yes so The the country is that essential oils. Got me out of a really rough patch. And i i've come to recognize a wounded healers. You know it's like living on a roller coaster. Right life hits rap rock bottom. You come back up then you do another rock bottom and you keep learning as you go because in that moment of intense pain. You can't stay there so you're highly motivated to figure out what gets you out of it. And then if it's easy and helpful you're motivated to share it with other people so I kind of down dip My second child was really That kid who did those things. No impulse control total sensory seeker at after three years of trying. Every parenting class. I took them to nutritionist. Change changed his diet and his personality was different. So that's how. I kind of got into nutrition because it was so remarkable how different he behaved with different food which was helpful. Because a second rock-bottom his his dad was bipolar and After my first child was born he got really manic than after my son was born. He got really depressed and for anyone who's ever lived with someone who's depressed. It's almost like You keep trying to do more and more on the more you do for them. The less they show up and it kind of got to the point where it became obvious he was going to die on. My watch and my friends staged an intervention and said this is more than you can handle. You need to move him to Professional setting a residential treatment facility and..

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5 Easy Steps to Better Health Using Essential Oils

The Essential Oil Revolution

06:24 min | 6 months ago

5 Easy Steps to Better Health Using Essential Oils

"Today we have Jodi stern off Coen joining us, and for those that don't know, jody she has a bestselling author, an award winning journalist, functional practitioner and founder of Vibrant Blue Oils where she has combined her training in nutritional therapy and aromatherapy to create unique proprietary blends organic and wild crafted essential oils she's helped over fifty thousand clients heal from brain related challenges including anxiety insomnia, an auto immunity for the past ten. Years she has lectured at wellness centers been seen in the New York Times Wellness Mama Elephant Journal. An has become a top resource for essential oils education on the Internet today Jodi it is just fantastic to have you here with us today. How're you doing great and it's nice to connect with other essential ill people always yes. So Jodie, how did you come into the world of essential oils and specifically breen related issues? While I had kind of started my life as a journalist and then I started working business had my first kid who was easy had a second one twenty two months later less easy and it turned out it was nutrition that was really throwing off his little system, and so I spent so much time banging my head against the wall until I figured that out the one that I realized how important food was in. Terms of your mood, your energy, your ability to focus I went back and got a degree in nutrition was helping other people a Lotta MOMS but you know Kinzer squirmy and it's hard to keep them still the test them. So I learned this technique called missile testing that allowed they could deliver. It was still really an easy way to identify remedies which was helpful when my bottom fellow my man has been was bipolar. Antonio suicide and had to be moved to a residential treatment facility and the kids were five and seven, and once we got him all Seta. I collapsed my adrenals have been running a ten year marathon and it just it had taken a toll on me but that wasn't very sustainable because I was suddenly a single parent I had a job and. It no matter how exhausted I wear they still needed to be fed the laundry John need to be cleaned exactly. So it was then that a friend actually gifted me a box of essential hills because I had been trying everything I could think of all the things that have worked in the past really failed me and I was so desperate and and really so fatigued both physically, and mentally that I just muscled. Tested you know as anything in here, going to be helpful for measuring all's and my experience muscle testing is if something works, it's almost like it's a very loud signal and it was such a strong signalise league felt optimistic and I was like Oh you know identified five oils and then it occurred to me like what do I do this? I normally get one and I realized that I can combine them so i. Each oil and kind of combine them in the right amounts, put them on my adrenals on my lower back and for the first time in a month felt like myself again felt like Oh my God I go running. Do you have to remember what those five oils were by chance? Yeah. It's actually the combination that I now have in my adrenal gland it's time Rosemary Rosemary Stimulatory Manuka cinnamon and. Gabum in as you know oils ever powerful in their own but when you combine them, there's synergy that occurs. amplifies Fairfax, and so they're stimulatory oils but they seem to be adapted genetic Yeah. So you re rub them on the on your lower back over the dreams. Yeah. Man I just recently had this. Huge moment with oils. Again, you know you have them all the time you know you just keep having them and you're like Oh my God big things really do work and it was when I was cutting out coffee. Drinking how day in the morning which verdon normal person is probably fine. But for me, it was like really recognize system and so I just cut it out cold Turkey and I was. I. Was just I had Migraines I was just miserable and so yeah I. Busted out some oils and rub them on major knowles and then put like hot pack over top. And it really Mike would bring me back to life. It was it was an amazing feeling. So That's interesting that that was sort of your in for oils was it anyways it was so quick and I thought this is amazing. You know and also I had been working as a practitioner and you know someone's deficient in vitamin B wants an easy fix ray if you're trying to trigger your pineal gland or at least Melatonin were balanced hypo film, it's get into areas of the brain. That's tricky. There all these kind of low hanging fruit, easy things and then harder things and so once I had that experience of wow, is work then. I kind of was reverse engineering witched do right Oh. My Gut is really compromised I league. So makes sense that no matter what I'm taking three my digestion pathway isn't really getting a simulated but something I can topically apply that could sue the skin into the bloodstream immediately. So okay. That makes sense why the other remedies were working in while this worked really quickly right? Just sort of bypasses the gut there and that it makes total sense to me when I hear that that explanation of getting the oils into your bloodstream, which is gonNa then go to all these parts of your body really get in deepen in my mind it seems very. Pretty straightforward just like you would use any form of planned medicine or any sort of you're getting good stuff into your body and letting it do its job. But for a lot of people they just they can't look past essential oils is just things that smell good. You know. Later Cat Are concentrated plants and guess what plants and the derivative of plants are fifty percent of pharmaceutical drugs. That's really the basis for all of our Madison are just concentrated in somehow they've been diminished or kind of relegated to this weird around when they're really the core

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"residential treatment facility" Discussed on Reveal

Reveal

10:13 min | 9 months ago

"residential treatment facility" Discussed on Reveal

"Right! It's only nine minutes away. So I think. We go to Senate cores. Residential Treatment Facility for the workers live. Like, what do we do when we get Santa Core? Like how close to Park! I, don't know I, don't it's early about five thirty in the morning shows clutching a huge Coffee Cup or the only car around, and we park down the block, so park down here facing. Lacks? Every morning before six am unmarked, white passenger vans full of Rehab. Participants pull out of the Senate floor parking lot. The vans go to job sites all over Baton Rouge. We're GONNA. Follow van, see where it goes and try to talk to the people inside. So we? Ten minutes go by there another entrance and exit. Twenty there's. One of the big white passenger vans pulls out of the Senate floor parking lot. It has no center core logo on the side. No markings of any kind it just says vehicle number twenty on the back, and we can't see inside. We start following it. Why are there two two cars, all of a sudden in between us and the van? Immediately paranoid that they know our plan and are trying to stop it. They were no cars than ago. Why did that happen? That's weird. The van pulls onto the highway. Getting up at the next exit can't can't see a couple. More cars pull between uh of Mamluk charities. And we lose the per. They stole the lane fell. All we can do is try to. See if they're still on here since they got off. Screw! This is the point where show jams the gas pedal to the floor and passes a whole line of cars God. You're amazing. The van exits the highway or twisting and turning through residential neighborhoods. Then it gets more rural. It's still dark out whatever we're going. They make a turn we make turn then all of a sudden. The van pulls over on the grass next to a chain link fence. We can see now that it's mostly empty. There's just a driver and a passenger. Okay. Just pull up. I think and trying to talk to you here rolled. Hi, how are you doing? Good, how are you? We're we're reporters with reveal. We were just wondering where you guys are going what you're what you're up to. Lucerne. where, we're reporters with reveal and we were just hoping to talk to you about Santa Cora and what you guys are up to. Oh. I don't know exactly what else to say. Honestly off record. That's all we can share with you from our very brief exchange. These guys do not want to go on the record. We would learn later that Senegal had told everyone in the program. They should not talk to us. Thank. You too. Okay. We. Pull around to see what this place actually is. A high school Glen Oaks Magnet High, school. And separately under construction, it's a public school with a huge construction site next to it looks like they're building a new school building the Seneca workers are at the site. People must know about it, so we go inside and talk to the principal we don't have. Korea. Really, know where you get information. Who clearly thinks we're very confused were, but he puts us on the phone with one of the construction project managers anyway. Direct to the Congress. He tells us. We need to talk to cliff. Daylight out. Flip. Thank you you. Tracy you. Cliff is the first person who seems to know what we're talking about. The. Couple people. I think they do. With any points to a guy walking towards us across the site, the electrical foreman for company called ABC. One of the businesses on my leaked spreadsheet. What's his name? That's over there. Clip in. Very. The Sun's beaming off the big metal machinery. were standing next to this construction site. Kids are starting to arrive for school. Workers are racing around trucks and equipment grinding away. A muscular guy with a reddish beard in a hoodie and a white hard hat strides up to us. Cliff number two cliff Smith. He gives me an elbow bump. To sorry for interrupting your work, I was just wondering alert. We were hoping to learn more about the Senate workers on how what they do here and what to have them here. Yeah. There a good addition to what we do here. So cliff tells us that. Yes, he has to Santa Core guys working for him, so we have to on hand right now, so the guys in the van are here. Did they come to you knowing how to do electrical work? Some. Do some don't. Kind of train them onsite on. It's a normal conversation which is surreal. Why is this such a carefully guarded secret? I learn about the senic wear foundation. Like what was your first interaction with static worker? Just through my trade through my trade is just a slow process. It was just a slow process learning about A. Slow process of learning about it. Cliff is being a little vague. We keep asking about his relationship with Santa Core. He's friendly, but there's something he's not telling us. Finally he us out with this. I'm actually cynical graduate. He's a Senate graduates. You didn't tell us that. I just don't like because it's a tough thing to admit. That I did so much. Crappy thanks to all my life. But you know so now I'm here. When people meet me nowadays like wait really. So it's like. Where you on the program it's been about five years. How is that how you learn electrical work? That's learn the trade. It's an emotional thing for me when I you know, so. It's like because of come from so low. He tells us he was addicted to opioids in and out of jail, he was court ordered to Singapore and it took him. Three tries to make it through. He says. Center core forces people to learn how to stop sucking the life out of society. They need to be forced to learn to work. And that's a good thing. Not only am I a better person, but my family. My parents, my daughters, my everybody that sees me everybody that's around me. It's like huge. It's huge. It's crazy. How one person can make so much difference? And even if a small percentage of people that go through cynical or Can actually pull off. What I'm I'm working to pull off. Man Even if that small percentage can do it. And it's huge. It's huge. Even if it is just a small percentage, this all sounds miraculous. Eighty, the company cliff works for. They told us they treated Senec or like any staffing service. They've even hired a few other core graduates. Cliffs standing in the Sunshine. He looks totally recovered. He singing the praises of this program and we say our goodbyes. And then that same day our phone start ringing. Remember, my self-aggrandizing fantasy will one of the guys in the notable lighting warehouse. Did piece together who we were? Somehow he figured out we were from reveal. He found my number and got the word around. Oh Hey Robert how are you? Got Word to people like Robert Hartmann told me he'd just fled Santa Cora of weeks before. Okay, D-. Do you mind if I record this call real quick? This of where we're. We're doing is a radio story. Okay hang on just one second. Okay go on ahead. Sorry about that. It's. Money. Making I mean I give him. Has You know also on their hospital because it's? They're making money hand over fist. You know, but. You know what cost you know. What kind of jobs do anywhere in their? scaffold bill I did implants. I built chapel. were. Total how PCs nitrogen. A CS nitrogen is a fertilizer company nutrient their parent. Company said they weren't aware of unpaid workers on their site and the other company Robert mentioned. Total is a global oil and gas corporation. They never got back to me. Robert told me Seneca also sent him to work at a tree trimming company, they had worked work as a mover. He worked full-time job during the week and did odd jobs on the weekends your Oregon. I mean. Six seven days a week. You know it's. Pretty ridiculous. He also said he'd done electrical work. Those you do electrical.

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"residential treatment facility" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

10:09 min | 1 year ago

"residential treatment facility" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

"Patients and Send Me Lots of Margaritas. That is MEG Zukin variety and a few weeks ago Mexican to tweet asking for couples to center there corona virus couple drama. Like all the fights that have happened since these couples across the country and world of entrapped together. Twenty four seven. She got hundreds of responses. Y'All so many responses that. Meg made a website for them where people could anonymously submit their corona virus relationship stories. And if they want also donate money to various krona virus relief funds. This site is called the social distance project and it is so hilarious here in these couples. Event I called up meg and she and I shared a few of our favorites emissions. There was one my editor was asking about about the lines. The lines my absolute favorite stories. Do it here. We go here. We go day three of us working from home. My boyfriend got mad at me because I squeeze whole limes on my lunch and dinner and now we don't have any more fresh limes left only got those green instant lime juice things that are shaped like a line and we had a fight because I tried to reach for it which is I think. Emblematic of the types of fights that people will get into while importing quarantine together like things become the biggest things exactly. It's become annoyed with the way someone else breathes or yeah I love it. Here's one called man child. It reads because of his flexible schedule. My husband watches are toddler during the week while I'm in a traditional office setting clearly now we're all home together and he is playing video games all day while I balanced working from home entertaining the two year old. How did this happen? Why is this okay? I'm going to lose it and I guess that sets up my biggest question for you like you've seen all these injuries are the majority of them stories of stress and awfulness or are the majority stories of joy like what's the big theme of all of these in general. I think it's really split. I think there's a lot of really short glib entries about petty non fates and I think that there are some very serious and sombre stories. I think just the act of reading them in reading other people's stories people feel connected and there's this sense of community so no one's talking about the human interest aspect and how it's affecting a total like in their real daily life and it's like if you get into a huge fight and break up during this you're still stuck in the house with them as well a magic couples living together. It's crazy totally and this one is really crazy. It's called spouses without Borders. A few weeks ago I traveled to Spain to pick up my kids from my ex husband's vacation home their foreign six so they cannot fly alone when I got there. The borders closed so I was stuck in my ex husbands home with my kids. My boyfriend and my ex husband's new wave now. No Yes oh my God. This isn't even. My Ex husband traveled to America for work and cannot get back into the country. Is Getting Super Claustrophobic here and I cannot afford a hotel right now nor do I want to leave the house because so many people are sick. Here I cannot stand my ex-husband's new wife and things are getting tense with my boyfriend. If I have to stay in this house another day I'll end up fighting my ex-husband's new wife. Please open the borders Spain. Oh my God oh my God. It's amazing I love this one from March twenty second. It's called ration the wine I won't read the whole thing but the highlights are this. It starts in all caps. Don't touch my wine so my fiance and I decided to stock up and stay in before this remake a list of Projects Food Booze. We will need to survive. He chooses beer. I chose my wind and we buy enough to keep us out of the storage for a bit. She goes on to say the other day. I come upstairs from my laundry. He is sitting on our patio drinking a glass of wine. I totally lose it. And start screaming at him as if he was the worst human being in the world and it goes on to a predictable story. it's just like he reading those kind of stories. I wonder and I wonder if you have an answer for this. Do you think this isolation and quarantine right now with the virus is going to on the whole strengthen relationships are ruin them. I think it will strengthen them. I think people will really learn how to have to let things go if they want to keep their sanity. I think that couples are really going to have to just deal with it. Just have to deal with it and when you need physical space find it so you are isolating right now with your boyfriend. Has Doing this project and getting this? You know insider view of so many relationships as it changed how you approach your relationship during this Verona virus time. I don't know yeah it's made me. I think more grateful for my relationship and the patients that we both I think exercise but I think it's a good thing to ever look at these stories and try to compare your relationship against someone else's especially with such little information I think kind of it's a good idea to sort out. What's actually something that bothers you on the microscopic level? And what can you live with and then or just maybe do yourself if it annoys earlier? What's the big stuff? What the small stuff total. I WanNa read one last entry because I find it hilarious. And then ask you my last question this one is called another farting story. I am the kind of girl that has never and will never feel comfortable passing gas or number two in the same vicinity as their partner. Yes I'm aware I should get over this. Let's just say that now. Living in six hundred square foot one bedroom apartment with my fiance. I am measurably trapped. I have nowhere to literally go and that raises my last question for you after all of this all these injuries your experience with your boyfriend. Is it better in the time of corona virus to be alone or to be with that partner? I think if you're used to cohabitating with someone and then you're suddenly alone. I think that could be very difficult. But I think if you're used to living on your own and you have people that you can regularly these time with our phone with then. I think it's kind of fine. It's I mean I will say I have begun talking to my dog. She doesn't talk back. Maybe one day she will pay your like totally chilling in my younger brother said to me. It was so cute he was like the only good thing about krona. Virus is how much love all the pets in the world are getting right now. It's so I was like that's so true loving. They're still happy they have no idea what's going on God. Bless the dog's totally thanks again to meg. Xueqin writer at variety. Her website full of grown virus relationship. Drama is the Social Distance Project Dot. Org All right before we go to break. We ask special message last week on the show. We asked a bunch of people our listeners and everyone else to tell us what's bringing them joy and helping them get through this pandemic. We heard from all kinds of folks including two people who probably bring lots of joy to lots of people. The COMEDIANS DIS. This nice and the Kid Mero. They both hosts a very popular late night. Talk show series diesel and marrow on showtime here is a voice memo to us. Hey it's your boy visas nice and the way. I'm GonNa do this rough times. Just Kinda just slowing everything down because you got nothing but time so just exploring things in my apartment rediscovered. My bread maker also went to my fridge. I threw away all the old condiments and you'd be surprised. Do some condoms in your fridge. They're hiding behind the baking soda. So listen from divas to you. Check your fridge we save your about. Marilyn. I'm here at the crib line you are. I know this sounds absolutely insane but now is a great time to really connect with the people they love. You know what I mean. And don't be all doom and gloom. We'll get to this work and now a public service announcement for metaphor and the Buddha printers by. Thanks for that message. You're listening to it's been a minute from. Npr time for a break when we come back. We're GONNA play my favorite game a very special celebrity edition of WHO said back be support for NPR and the following message. Come from our sponsor target entrepreneur. 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"residential treatment facility" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"residential treatment facility" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"His family pay our taxes, three safe. So it'd be nice if we would actually be able to hear the sound woman meters all sirens and beach Grover operated by Marion county, a fight broke out at the resource residential treatment facility involving forty kids Madison McGill reports put in police custody, indie. Metro police were called to the fountain square facility has forty kids fall each other and staff. Police say others ran from the facility and stole a staff members car. That case is still an active investigation, which TV has been reporting on issues at the facility for more than a year revealing a runaway problem the facility treats young adults with a variety of psychological issues, including. Depression and anxiety. Madison McGill ninety three WIBC mobile, new prosecutors in Saint Joseph county, say officer Ryan O'Neal was the one who shot and killed. Eric Logan early Sunday morning. Prosecutor Ken Connor says O'Neill responded to the call a person breaking into cars near downtown, south bend, and came across Logan rummaging through a car that wasn't his and got out of his squad. Car and approach the person asked, whether that was his car. The person said, yes, it was the person then got out of the car. That's when Connor says O'Neill told them Logan came at him with a knife. So he fired two shots. One of which fatally hit Logan Qatar says there is no body, Cam footage to look at a disaster Bill has been signed into law by President Trump. It's for those farmers who were too late in applying for assistance after this season's heavy rains, hampered planning efforts, all across the midwest. Senator Todd young says, now it's up to the USDA to communicate with farmers, how to apply for assistance, provided by the new law can work with our office on. On that, where certainly pressing USDA to make sure that it's quickly as possible. They issue that guy last week sixty seven percent of Indiana's corn had.

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"residential treatment facility" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"residential treatment facility" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Setup. This is Fox News. PC mobile news on the level on the go. Restauration in beech grove. A cloudy morning so far sixty nine degrees in a circle city, eighty is your high today. I'm John Herrick for transitions of Indiana. Here's what's trending at eight oh, two. That's what people there are feeling because they say they weren't given enough warning when two tornadoes arrived, there, Saturday, David Schimmel, lives there and says the sirens, didn't go off until forty five minutes after the tornadoes arrived, we, obviously, pay our taxes to be safe. So be nice if we would actually be able to hear the sound woman neater. He says he tried to shield his daughter from flying debris with a mattress because they had no time to shelter anywhere else. The national weather service has increased its weakened tornado count. Forecasters said yesterday nine tornadoes touched down across the state Saturday and Sunday, which is up one from the original count. There are no reports of any injuries from those tornadoes, but lots of damage disaster Bill has been signed into law by President Trump. It's for those farmers who were too late and applying for assistance after this season's heavy rains. Hampered planning efforts, all across the midwest. Senator Todd young says, now it's up to the USDA to talk with farmers on how to apply for systems provided by the new law. They can work with our office on that were certainly pressing USDA to make sure that it's quickly as possible. They issue that guidance eighty four percent of the corn. Crop in Indiana has been planted. As of June. Sixteenth, Brown county state park is closed because of the rain and radically problem is no drinkable water. I'm staying clear lake is always full of water. Of course. That's what makes it a lake. But the heavy rain is also washed, a of soil into the league that's causing problems for the parts water treatment plant the department of natural resources, as engineers working with consultants to find a fix. But campers in the park and guest today. Martin lodge were heading home Monday. Stand Lear ninety three WIBC mobile news. A fight broke out at a resource residential treatment facility involving forty kids over the weekend. In Madison McGill reports put in police custody, indie. Metro police were called to.

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"residential treatment facility" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"residential treatment facility" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"I know of a statement from the north center, which is a residential treatment facility in southern Waukesha county and the town of burden Vernon which is nearby Quantico. I reported earlier in the program that the Waukesha county sheriff's department is conducting a criminal investigation into allegations of sexual assault of a resident of Norris center, which would be a teenage male. That's what they have there by a staff member. No one's been arrested. No one's been charged. The staff member I can tell you is a female beyond that. All I was able to report was that. There is a criminal investigation into the allegation that there was an incident of abuse by a member of the staff at this facility, nor cetera as I said without repeating everything. I need to get background for those who've just coming in. It's a private facility. It's privately. Run and privately owned by a company called Norris. They receive funding from government entities to house and treat the young people that are sent their they're sent there for of reasons, but it's usually court order often, it's delinquencies and so odd. The following was just sent to me following my airing of the information a little bit ago by Denise pills who is the executive director of the north center. And this came after me making repeated attempts to contact them before discussing the story on the air. Mark. I apologize. We have not been able to connect that Abe regarding the questions you have about an abuse allegation at Nora, San providing you with a statement about how we are managing the situation since we take these things very seriously since the investigation is still pending. We are not able to provide any further details to protect the confidentiality of our staff and clients. Here's the statement, nor is incorporated is saddened by what appears to be a recent isolated in alleged incident of abuse. That is reported to have occurred on our campus. We have always prided ourselves at ensuring the safety and wellbeing of the youth. We serve we want to reassure you that we take such allegations very seriously and took the necessary steps to control for the safety of all youth in.

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"residential treatment facility" Discussed on Terrible, Thanks For Asking

Terrible, Thanks For Asking

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"residential treatment facility" Discussed on Terrible, Thanks For Asking

"And then it was time to go. Anne laughed that residential treatment facility, and she went back home to move out of the house that she had lived in with Jim. I feel like I've died. And been reborn. And that's scary. And I've gone kicking and screaming the whole way. She had professionals pack it up and donate stuff. And when she did the final walk through, you know, every time you do a final walkthrough when you move out of a house, there's just random stuff left behind. You're like, why who thought I needed one hangar here? Why is there like a broken comb a bunch of receipts like I don't need. So that's what any end to do. She had to gather up all of those little scraps of the life that she had shared with Jim and go find a dumpster to throw it in. Because I've have started completely over with my life. And the fear never really goes away. It's changed over time. It's just focused on different things. Now. I'd like to plagiarize myself by saying that grief is a chronic condition. It can't be cured. You can treat it, but going to have it forever in some way and and he does, and she's living with it. Standing in the Dairy Queen parking lot that the dumpster in the cold weather, just feeling cold and empty inside. That was all I had left. I felt like of my previous life. The only thing I'm taking with me as my story. My story is that. Suicide really is a death like no other. My story is that even though I felt so alone, I was never alone. My story is that. I'm a warrior. I have more courage than I ever imagined. I wish I didn't have to know that, but I do. And I want people to know that they can't survive. I'm Nora McNamee, and this has been terrible. Thanks for asking. Our senior producer is Hans butyl. Our newest producer is names Marcel, Malik, Yakult, and he's been here forty, eight hours hasn't quit yet. So thank you for being here Marcel. You wanna introduce yourself not yet. Okay, fun. Hannah. Cockroaches. She doesn't gone anywhere. I think I go to a meeting, but she also helped with us as usual. Anna read. She was here Mark Sanchez, always our music is by Joffrey Wilson. You should look up and download his music band is called just post bellum. We are production of American public media and the acronym for that. If you wanted to shorten it is APN. You wanna save on some sills. So we call so bus when weird hurry.

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"residential treatment facility" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"residential treatment facility" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Heard this morning that Demi Lovato has you know we knew she'd been recovering in the. Hospital for following her overdose of two weeks ago both all three of the morning shows had an, update because she did post a statement to Instagram and we didn't know. If we, would hear from her because it. Could I thought maybe she's just, going to be she doesn't want to see anything but she's always been so out loud about her sobriety and her struggles and people have. Been very out loud back with their support. For so here's the audio from good Morning America this warning Demi Levato speaking out, for the first time since her apparent overdose saying I want to, thank God, for keeping me alive, in a poster her Instagram the pop star saying I've. Learned that this illness is not something that disappears it is something. I must continue to overcome and have not done And yet I now need time. To heal and focus on my sobriety and road to recovery eleven Gene unconscious this comes nearly two. Weeks after Levada was treated with knock Narcan following a suspected drug overdose at her Los Angeles, home Okay we're on our way Levada, while hospitalized suffered medical complications but is said to be well enough to leave on Friday people magazine reporting Demi will go straight to an inpatient treatment facility after she leaves the hospital a source saying it's her. Choice to go to rehab this is not. Anything that can be forced a source tells people that Demi realizes the severity of the situation and she's at a point now where she. Really. Wants to get help I'm so sorry This relapsed coming eight years after Levato checked into this residential treatment facility for, women battling addiction an experience she shared with, our Robin Roberts I guess My darkest, period was going into treatment for that first forty eight hours and not having any communication with. The outside world now Levada vowing to keep fighting saying I look forward to the day where, I can say I came out on the, other side Many wondering if she would, be as transparent about this situation as she has been with. Her past addiction battles people magazine telling. Us this statement indicates she might be very forthcoming about this event and her recovery as well Well I think this was a I mean what an eye opening experience for she'll mistake She almost, died.

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"residential treatment facility" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"residential treatment facility" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Threats i've said he burkey that's one of the stories we're following on am seven sixty a former torrey pines high school student is pleading guilty to posting threats toward the school on his instagram account and he'll spend a minimum of six months in a residential treatment facility and five years on probation superior court judge pauley shinmun told kevin matlock to become stable on his medications before he sentenced in august firefighters say too small slow moving wildland fires were not a threat to any structure and they are both fully contained a nine acre burn near otay mesa and a mountainside fire near escondido erupted late monday night firefighters also knocked down a fire the damage to home tuesday in clermont former city council district aid candidate christian ramirez says he will not seek a recount of the june primary election antonio martinez beat ramirez by just three votes right now lindbergh field it's mostly cloudy in seventy three degrees am seven sixty k f m b talk and breaking news cbs news update president trump already started his day in brussels before the official kickoff of the nato summit he held a breakfast meeting with nato's secretary general where he targeted germany saying the country needs to spend more on defense germany's just paying a little bit over one percent whereas the united states had actual numbers as big four point two percent much larger gdp so i think that's an appropriate also you know we're protecting germany were protecting france we're protecting everybody the president will also visit the uk for the first time as president britain is increasing its military force afghanistan cbs's cami mccormick britain has promised to send more than four hundred additional troops to afghanistan to train and advise afghan forces some will deploy in august that will bring to just over one thousand the number of british troops in afghanistan the last british combat troops left in two thousand fourteen there are thirteen thousand us troops in afghanistan cbs news.

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"residential treatment facility" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"residential treatment facility" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"And traffic now it's seven oh two i'm ashley flood here's our top story ktar is on immigration a divided us supreme court today sided with the trump administration and upholding the travel ban against people from seven countries the court's majority reached partly on the premise that the president had legitimate national security concerns says ktar legal analyst monica lindstrom the entry restrictions on muslimmajority nations are limited to countries that were previously designated by congress or prior administrations as posing national security risks today's decision overturns previous lower court rulings that found the band discriminatory the travel ban prohibits entry into the us by most people from iran libya somalia syria and yemen as well as venezuela in north korea martha our ktar news arizona's congressman andy biggs is sounding off on one of his democrat colleagues bigs introduced a resolution to censure and condemn california congresswoman maxine waters after she encouraged others to harass members of the trump administration last weekend surround these people whether getting gas yell at them when they're out to eat hassle and wherever you can keep them awake in their home twenty four hours a day seven days a week that's how you get violence in this country waters has since doubled down on the comments she made after white house press secretary sarah sanders was asked to leave virginia restaurant because she works for president trump mesa police are looking for a forty eight year old man who walked away from a residential treatment facility kevin newman was last seen near university driving gilbert road yesterday police say he's without his medications anti can become aggressive he's.

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"residential treatment facility" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:49 min | 3 years ago

"residential treatment facility" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And you know these cfs can't just place the child anywhere they need to find an appropriate placement for them and they think that you know james case really shows that but i think the other thing that james this case does is show us what happened once they are placed in the right setting what happened he ended up going to a facility a residential treatment facility i'd have state and on his first day there he wrote a bike less than a month and stay there the staff notice marked improvement and has violent outbursts and his attempts to run away and from what i'm hearing now he's doing so much better there seems like history has a happier ending but i'm struck by the fact that he was in this facility for a year in the only needed to be there for three months and when he was finally moved someplace else he seemingly got better yes and i think you know what's worth noting is even his doctor you know at one point wrote an email to dcfs saying you know he needs to be placed as soon as possible and it still took another two months to get him released from the hospital in two thousand sixteen a federal judge you know ordered a plan for dcfs what was that plan and how did they respond they mentioned dcfs has been the overseas dcfs as part of this federal consent decree and it's been around for decades and then more recently dcfs the judge ordered dcfs to kind of develop this implementation plan this reform plan way to kind of you know a top to bottom transformation of the agency and so that plan outlined a number of steps that you have to take to fix this broken system and you know they were in court on twenty fifteen twenty sixteen and actually i was in court this morning again because you know this issue has still not been resolved so in terms of the list of things that dcfs has to do what have they actually tried doing so the aclu would say that you know dcfs has not tried enough things and has not come up with enough workable solutions part of that implementation plan was to develop something called therapeutic foster homes these are more kind of intensive more professional foster homes where the people there are trained to deal with children with severe mental illnesses so they can have rolled out these four pilot programs that were supposed to really build up these foster home so that children who are leaving psychiatric hospitals have appropriate places to go but those of the four pilot programs two of them have been shut down because they were not successful and the other two as of this morning i think have yielded i think they said about forty eight therapeutic foster home beds which is much lower than the number that they had planned at this point and it's nowhere near the number that they need for systemic solution to this problem.

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"residential treatment facility" Discussed on This American Life

This American Life

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"residential treatment facility" Discussed on This American Life

"For weeks noah sat in the hospital and i leaned in visit him because she worried if she showed up the state would force her to take him home in the whole plan would fail it was hard not to see him but i lean channeled her energies into finding a residential treatment facility for him some of them had terrible reputations they seem more like prisons she found a place outside chicago called allendale look nice she called a made sure they had an open bed dcfs agreed to send him there and after spending about a month in the hospital no transfer talent down and we had one it to drive him to allen tail herself but dcfs wouldn't let her the state was now has custodial parent so she drove up on our own now he was there she can visit him again i brought up his things i brought up sheets and planking and things to try and make his room feel more homey i just i wanted to be there to support him and to show him that is not what i wanna do i'm doing this so that you can get in there i wasn't going to abandon him twenty lean allendale looked like a summer camp there's a beautiful lake there and there's lots of green lots of grass baseball fields a farm area said no it looks really pretty in all looks okay i kind of took a a relaxing breath and thought okay we were on the right track i felt like we finally got what he needed and that.

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"residential treatment facility" Discussed on The Healthy Moms Podcast

The Healthy Moms Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"residential treatment facility" Discussed on The Healthy Moms Podcast

"And i went back and got a degree in attrition end was making all these changes and really up levelling my health but my husband was bipolar and he uh you know a lot of times i think when people self medicaid or avoid things it's because that they really don't wanna feel the pain and so they're doing things to avoid it so he was kind of my mouth hurt his client 'cause he really didn't every time i could have got him healthier he would sail it's drawing to be this present and he would kind of selfmedicate n m he just kept getting worse than a finely he needed to be hospitalized he needed to be put into a residential treatment facility 'cause he was really at his lowest low and once he was gone and it wasn't my responsibility in my job to kind of mixture he was happy and functioning every day my adrina was collapse or didn't quite realize how intense and exhausting it had been from me ian you know had been going on for like 10 years and so i a i had never a kind of been so low functioning i i couldn't answer the phone i could barely get out of bed but the kids were little and you know when you're ahmad they come first so i would force myself to get up and make them breakfast and get them to school banana i would collapse and i just add nothing was helping me all my tricks that normally worked weren't really um sufficing and a friend came by with essential oils and said these are going to help you and i was so catatonic she put them next to me on the couch which was kinda good 'cause i wasn't wrong off the couch and when she laughed i just decided what gosh i know how to test my adrenal let's see if there's anything in here that's going to help and i got five oils and i was so desperate and opened that i said oh i'm a midair can combine these and i did and i applied them on my little back to my drain owes and um it was such a shift it was almost the only way i can describe it is if you've.

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"residential treatment facility" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"residential treatment facility" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"A residential treatment facility for girls ages twelve 18 news those signs all too well nine of the thirty girls living here now have a history of being sexually trapped by family members laura smith is a clinical therapist at crittenden we have had young women who would eventually when they are able to tell us their stories tell us stories of being in men's in having guns held to their head while they were having sex and they're very aware that that's not what it is supposed to be happening this is a lot of times the girls are not viewing this as something their family has done to them in some cases the young women develop the kind of relationship with their abusers so they view a much older man as a boyfriend or a person that they love and sex is just a manifestation shen of that love so in those cases they don't understand mom or dad is getting money on the side from that relationship to that part is kind of hidden usually when the girls feel like they're in a relationship with those individuals smith us some young woman arrive at critton ten and not realise they've been trafficked and then it becomes a question of if we tell them that that's what's happened to them is that further damaging dare trauma and damaging what they've grown up within the safety nets it they have or is it going to be useful to them in the longrun to move on from it at the huntington police department bob leslie a deputy with the west virginia attorney general's office is leading a training for police officers on how to spot human trafficking he says it's likely farm work hamann than they realize we know that trafficking is the second largest criminal activity in the united states in 81 a hazard a guess is the one is the number one girl activity in the united states so much the heroin or salvage their drugs leslie said last year the task force trained nearly three thousand people in west virginia on how to spot human trafficking agent prime morris says the hope is that if people know what human trafficking looks like west virginia's reporting numbers and federal cases will also increase this is a human life that we are referring to and if you don't.

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"residential treatment facility" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"residential treatment facility" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"State is offering as far as a punishment so some time ceasefire folks are needed in a residential treatment facility instead of nonresidential but my that might not be working for her sister so you've got acts par wonderful wonderful a programs that would use the assistance of the family's in order for the court not to order issues such as jail but now i don't know what the minimum mandatory is these are felony charges were misdemeanors are both bellinger now county so you're going to have what's called a felony scoresheet there she may have a minimum mandatory for state prison sentence based on a formula that they cut a calculate on the felonies scoresheet so all of this stuff comes into play then you have what is called the mitigation statute where you can argue mitigating factors if she is looking at amid man or if the state wants prison but you want a plea open to the court i could go on and on for hours about this stop because this is right my wheelhouse was criminal one question i have had is is her sister currently an issue such was trying to so she would be sobered up because she's in jail is she coming up for some sort of shearing or as if she's up for these fickle bond motion or something coming up a ocean or house she getting out of no he will come up on the eighteen for di tella lenny possession of net than phetamine and paraphernalia charge and then you'll be dependent on that evaluated by try county for the march minister where she now prison she'd work on orange plc algiere excuse me okay so she just being held there a male while i mean i mean we might be essentially putting the cart before the horse here um you're saying when she gets up you wanna you wanna cut a protector with the.

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"residential treatment facility" Discussed on NewsRadio1620

NewsRadio1620

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"residential treatment facility" Discussed on NewsRadio1620

"For taking my call thank you for your favorite that can meet your guy green alami south awesome around here and pete has always good to talk to a hero what's up yeah well and clancey i thank you impart on itinerary only on the same page and campaigning unity or not you know we're able to talking sense tankan the other one if no treatment kennedy sheer effort i'm playing carrier turn to and he her struggled every emotion on behavioral excuse me every fan at an issue we regard it out and nutrition into the residential treatment facility in which you can imagine quite kosh playing hillary had this hank pretax you friend continuing to ask for help and they do not live by your transpose and so we are we definitely want to help and not just a little bit conflicted conflicting and i have been watered water than i am i in turn is and how much much can give them how much are they asking for well they're not specifically asking for starting out from our they've played out there on their total now airtime to rein in are you what are you and your husband discussing how much and she made a comment like he completely tractor delay way they're handling their money and you know he'd be more nine two thousand dollars and then it would satisfy you that would balconies not in that klia because i wouldn't make the decision based on the way the adults her handling their money on giving the money the adults i'm giving it to the thirteen year old to heal okay and the thirteen year old hasn't anything wrong with this money and that's kind of how how i see it minutes it's not like a starving child and haiti's the kid has an or on anything at all sure and.

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"residential treatment facility" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"residential treatment facility" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Residential treatment facilities and assisted outpatient drug treatment programs and so federal funds are very important to us but we have a variety of federal funds that are flowing to california through several initiatives that were working on now and so a state of emergency wouldn't necessarily change the work that has been underway at our department for a number of years well the numbers in california let me see if i can get a beat on this from you are lower but in northern california sousa odd in many ways they tend to be much higher particularly up in the rural counties a lake employmers lesson pummeled those areas we have any idea why that is i'm i'm not a you know i would certainly defer to mr humphries to from an academic at perspective bet you know my own personal kind of recognition as is that a lot of their rural counties in california both have lower population in general compared to larger either bay area are southern california counties so any kind of public health occurrence is going to have a higher percentage of the population involve so there's that's one explanation in my mind and then a lot of these high northern counties in many ways reflect some of the same circumstances that other states are seen so ohio new hampshire rural counties with a depressed economic circumstances a lack of availability in terms of providers and access to certain kinds of services and so in some ways northern california more closely reflects what is happening in other parts of the of the nation lookie coverage you wrote a piece about how the epidemic started on a rural level and now has become law not only national but probably widespread throughout the state of california mean a hospital so the emergency rooms are being flooded by millennials because a heroin arthur that's right yes so so the the epidemic originally was in places like rhyme from apm late shown and and rural areas but the latest data for national survey data from 2015 shows that it's spreading now into the suburbs in the city's so the likelihood that somebody is prescribed prescription opioids is about the same in a rural area as an urban area the likely that they take it and misuse it in some way different than what they're supposed to do it is about the same it's just that rural areas.

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