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During the last part of Mental Health Awareness Month, we will focus on one of the commonly misunderstood mental health disorders; bipolar disorder. It’s used to describe a person’s mood swings. While mood swings in some way are a part of the disorder, it is not a complete in

As most of our communities remain largely closed in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, many have turned to their pets for stress relief. What makes a person desire animal companionship? Some people had a pet during childhood while others have pets to assist them with a physical o

Since the early 1970s, alternative forms of stress-reduction have been studied as possible treatments for depression and anxiety. Yoga didn’t receive much attention on this thought until it became overall more popular in the past decade. Classes can vary from gentle to strenuou

With the recent COVID-19 social/physical distancing requirements, Lifeline Connections has transitioned all outpatient services to telehealth. This includes assessments, therapy, group sessions and outpatient and problem gambling treatment. What is telehealth? Telehealth is healt

As we enter into May (Mental Health Awareness Month) when the weather begins to warm up and the days aren’t as short, for 2020 it is during a time of isolation with the COVID-19 pandemic. For some, not a lot has changed in their daily lives. But for others, they are experie

The Spring 2020 Newsletter highlights the generous community support we’ve received during the COVID-19 pandemic, gives updates about Camp Mariposa and brings hope with a patient success story! Click here to download and read the full version of the Spring 2020 Newsletter.

May is Mental Health Awareness Month and has been observed in the United States since 1949. Many organizations come together to promote treatment and how common mental health disorders are. During times of crisis, like with COVID-19, it is even more important that people know whe

So many people are experiencing additional stress, anxiety or depression for the first time in their lives being isolated in the past months. Just about everyone has had some type of change in their life; whether it be working from home, having kids at home doing schoolwork, unab

How is your mental health since COVID-19 became a headline, have you done a mental health check-in? Have there been dramatic changes to your daily life, or is it business as usual? Mental health is one of the most important things a person needs to take care of, especially in tim

April is National Alcohol Awareness Month. During April the CDC takes time to focus on the health risks that come from binge drinking, drinking alcohol or having alcohol use disorder. Alcohol use disorder is one of the most common substance use disorders. Drinking on occasion is

In these past weeks it’s likely you’ve seen emails from many different healthcare providers letting you know that telehealth services are available. Do you know what telehealth is? By definition, it’s providing healthcare remotely by video or phone. It allows do

With the growing shortage of personal protective equipment (PPE) many businesses and people are making and using handmade, cloth face masks. Many people are asking if they are safe, how to sanitize them and if they’re wearing them correctly. How to wear cloth face masks Wash yo

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