Contributed by: Edward Driver, LCSW, MSW, Clinical Director, The Grove, an IMPOWER Program February 2023 When I was asked if I wanted to write about “What Black History Month means to me” my mind went into a few directions. As one who has always been cognizant of the atrocities of slavery upon African Americans, I.. read more →

Contributed by: Judy Charuhas, LMHC, NCC, CCPT and EMDR Certified, Director of Substance Abuse and Mental Health, IMPOWER February 2023 It’s February and Love is in the Air! Everyone can improve their relationships by learning the 5 Love Languages! Our love language is how we express love or affection.  It’s how we feel heard and.. read more →

Despite the stress of the holiday season, IMPOWER wants you to have an emotionally healthy and successful holiday season. We’ve provided six tips from our Director of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Outpatient Services, Judy Charuhas, to help you cope with the holidays this year. Set Good Boundaries: Don’t say yes to more than you can handle! Set a.. read more →

  April is U.S. National Financial Literacy Month! Reaching financial stability can be difficult in many vulnerable populations such as the youth that IMPOWER provides services to. Youth at our Grove program learn the importance of money management principles to achieving life goals. At The Village, young adults cut unnecessary spending, improve their credit and.. read more →

Mental Health Blog | Oct. 25, 2021 | Jeremy Waller, MBA (Marketing and Community Outreach Manager – Behavioral Health) Introduction The Grove, IMPOWER’s residential substance abuse services program for youth ages 13-17, is kicking off its 50th anniversary this month. To celebrate this occasion the next two IMPOWER blog articles are going to be focused.. read more →