Mental Health Blog | Sept. 7, 2021 | Jeremy Waller, MBA (Marketing and Community Outreach Manager – Behavioral Health) Introduction – The Mighty Dollar Michael Douglas’s Gordon Gekko in the 1987 hit Wall Street left us with some of the most memorable lines in the history of cinematic vernacular… “Money never sleeps, pal.” “Greed, for.. read more →

Mental Health Blog | Aug. 2, 2021 | Jeremy Waller, MBA (Marketing and Community Outreach Manager – Behavioral Health) Introduction I got my first real job as a camp counselor when I was seventeen years old. My responsibilities included opening camp every day. This meant I had to be out of bed early each morning… read more →

Jun. 2, 2021 | By Jeremy Waller, MBA (Marketing and Community Outreach Manager – Behavioral Health) Introduction The US Senate designated June as “Great Outdoors Month” in 2019, and what better time to enjoy nature than now! Most kids are off for summer vacation, we are coming out of a long pandemic where many of.. read more →

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Apr. 1, 2021 | By Jeremy Waller, MBA (Marketing and Community Outreach Manager – Behavioral Health) Introduction You might notice blue pinwheels placed outside homes and businesses as you go about your community this month. The pinwheels symbolize National Child Abuse Prevention Month which begins today. In this blog article, we’re going discuss National Child.. read more →

Mar. 2, 2021 | By Jeremy Waller, MBA (Marketing and Outreach Manager – Behavioral Health) Recently, I caught up with Felicia, Cook Supervisor at the The Grove, to discuss her 20 year work milestone, favorite Grove memories, food and more. About the Grove The Grove, an IMPOWER program, supports adolescents suffering from alcohol or substance.. read more →

Mar 1, 2021 | By Jeremy Waller, MBA (Marketing and Community Outreach Manager – Behavioral Health) Introduction – A Bad Monday Here’s an interesting scenario. Enter John Doe, he’s an everyday working me. He’s you, he’s me. John wakes up for work one Monday after a restful weekend. As he strolls out of bed, he.. read more →

Feb. 5, 2021 | By Ernest Jones | Director of Child Well-Being As this week is quickly coming to an end, I can’t help but to reflect on the events of this past year. How African Americans have been thrust into the spotlight due to horrible acts of police brutality, social injustices, and institutional racism… read more →

Feb. 2, 2021 | By Jeremy Waller, MBA (Marketing and Community Outreach Manager – Behavioral Health) Introduction Have you ever felt down or “blue” during certain times of the year? Did you know it could be seasonal affective disorder (SAD)? Often referred to as the “winter blues,” SAD is a common form of depression often.. read more →

New Year’s resolutions will take on an entirely new meaning this year as people set out to start afresh after the challenges of 2020. Yet, if the jokes we share with family and friends come two weeks from now are any indication, most of us know that New Year’s resolutions don’t last. In fact, it’s.. read more →