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Folie à Deux Tease pretty much confirms what we all suspected

Lady Gaga’s latest update seems to confirm that she will soon lend her talents to ‘Joker: Folie à Deux’. More so, Gaga’s post also gives a major clue about the character she will play. In a post for her Twitter account, Gaga revealed the upcoming film’s slated release date along …

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Shortage of mental health workers increases in Ohio

This story provided by Eye on Ohio, the nonprofit, nonpartisan Ohio Center for Journalism, with the Cleveland Observer. Please join Eye on Ohio’s free mailing list as it helps to provide more public service reports to the community. COLUMBUS, Ohio — Unprecedented demand and a sparse workforce are adding stress …

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The state disciplines health care providers

For immediate release: July 29, 2022 (22-115) Contact: Sharon Moysiuk, Communications 360-549-6471Public Inquiries: Health Systems Customer Service 360-236-4700 OLYMPIA — The Washington State Department of Health has taken disciplinary action or withdrawn charges against the following health care providers in our state. The Department’s Health Systems Quality Assurance Division works …

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The Eaton County Public Defender’s Office represents thousands

CHARLOTTE, Mich. — Eaton County officials say that due to some state-level policy changes, they are able to help more people who cannot afford to hire their own lawyer. For years, people who couldn’t afford an attorney in Eaton County received court-appointed attorneys, but the problem was the county only …

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Hawaii will soon have a women’s court in an effort to reduce recidivism

Earlier this month, Governor David Ige signed the House Bill 2421creating a three-year pilot program for the state’s first women’s court. The bill was supported by the Women’s Prison Project, a 31-member coalition that has worked closely with the Hawaii Women’s Legislative Caucus on several bills aimed at helping incarcerated …

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The French EVAL-PLH cohort of people with multiple disabilities

Design and financing This is a prospective cohort study. So far, data has been collected at 2 points. The first part of the study was organized between 2015 and 2016, and the second part was organized between 2020 and 2021. Prior to the second part, the study design was a …

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Georgia man traveled to Chicago and fatally shot ex-wife in Streeterville condo, then killed himself when cops arrived: police

A man traveled from his home in Georgia and fatally shot his ex-wife at her Streeterville condo on Monday afternoon before turning the gun on himself as officers tried to break inside, according to police reports. Officers arrived at the building on the 200 block of East Ohio Street around …

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North Central Behavioral Health Systems receives 2 grants to support services in Bureau County – Shaw Local

North Central Behavioral Health Systems has received two grant extensions that will support expanded mental health and addictions services in Bureau County. The additional money will support the expansion of addiction services in the Princeton area, including inside St. Claire OSF Medical Center. “With the location of our outpatient office …

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King County struggles to find solutions to get homeless people off the streets for good

Where do people with addictions and homelessness go, once they enter the healthcare system and no longer need medical care? Kathryn Driscoll, a social worker at a Tacoma-area nursing home, has no place to stay two former homeless drug addicts now that they are too healthy to be in the …

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Parents face rising costs for back-to-school supplies

CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. (KFVS) – Sending your kids back to school can be expensive. According to the National Retail Federation, projected back-to-school spending in 2021 topped nearly $37 billion, or an average of about $850 per family. In a context of galloping inflation, a large majority of buyers expect to …

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Renowned social worker Avdhash Kaushal dies at 87: The Tribune India

PTI Dehradun, July 12 Avdhash Kaushal, social worker and Padma Shri award winner, died Tuesday morning in a private hospital following a long illness. He was 87 years old. Kaushal, who founded an NGO called Rural Litigation and Entitlement Kendra, fought for human rights and environmental conservation. He …

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Motorist shot dead after firing baseball bat in confrontation with downtown Baltimore squeegee workers – Baltimore Sun

A confrontation between a driver and a group of squeegee workers ended in deadly gunfire in downtown Baltimore on Thursday afternoon after the motorist brandished a baseball bat – and one youths pulled out a gun in response. The shooting was reported around 4:30 p.m. at the corner of East …

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‘Nobody’s mad because they’re scared’: Mental health experts validate post-fireworks trauma frenzy

ORLANDO, Florida. – Mental health professionals say feeling anxious or even traumatized after Monday night’s fireworks scare in downtown Orlando is entirely justified. Shantala Boss, a licensed counsellor, said with all the violence happening in the country, it makes sense that people are feeling a heightened sense of fear. She …

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5 Innovators to Watch in Rhode Island

During the pandemic, homes have become multifunctional spaces: with people working and children studying from home, traditional living spaces have been transformed into offices, classrooms and quarantine quarters. Both Andrew Naperotic and his wife were trying to work from home while their three young children were homeschooled. “The house was …

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Your Weekly Horoscope Inspired by Rob Brezsny: An “Astrology of Free Will”

Our partner Rob Brezsny provides his weekly wisdom to enlighten our thinking and motivate our mood. Rob’s free will astrology, is a syndicated weekly column appearing in more than 100 publications. He is also the author of Pronoia is the antidote to paranoia: how all of creation conspires to shower …

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UConn Health’s Transgender Medical Services Help Patients Live Their Authentic Lives

Transgender is a term that encompasses the many ways that people’s gender identities can be different from the sex they were assigned at birth. Gender incongruity and/or realization of identity as transgender can occur at any age. The number of young people who identify as transgender has nearly doubled in …

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How Lacie DeCosta Became the Leader of the “Flock of Ravens” on Social Media – Baltimore Ravens Blog

OWINGS MILLS, Md. — Brie Brown is in her first year teaching kindergarten in the Baltimore area, and she tweeted out a wishlist for class items, adding the hashtag “Ravens Flock.” The next day, Brown received a package that caught his eye. “I was like, there’s no way,” Brown said. …

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The Santa Barbara Bowl COVID Compliance Team Keeps Rolling

The 2022 Santa Barbara Bowl event season is in full swing in the summer, but with some new protocols for those entering the popular outdoor venue. In our current pandemic-influenced world, onlookers are used to showing proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test result to Sansum Clinic staff members …

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Space available in the New Hanover County Special Assistance Home Program

NEW HANOVER COUNTY, NC (WWAY) – New Hanover County Social Services has funding and space available through the Special Home Assistance Program. The County Adult Services Unit within the DSS provides case management for recipients of Special Assistance (SA) Home Financial Assistance and Home Support Services. The program helps Medicaid-eligible …

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Letter: Not the first time Councilor Kronick has acted foolishly on the Pittsfield budget | Letters to the Editor

To the Editor: Councilor Kronick’s debacle commandeered the City of Pittfield budget by killing hard-fought amendments and advancing a flawed budget. (“A Default Budget? Pittsfield Councilman’s ‘Irresponsible’ Decision Overturns All Revisions,” Eagle, June 14.) With two words, “charter objection,” Mr. Kronick erased protections for our most vulnerable. We’ll probably never …

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LETTER: Knapp shares our values ​​| Letters

I’m voting for Don Knapp as circuit judge in the Republican primary on June 28. As a lifelong Republican, Don’s message of personal responsibility resonates with me. I think he has done a great job of holding criminals accountable in McLean County and would welcome that view on the bench. …

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Police rescue 3-year-old girl held hostage by gun-toting father for two days at Lynn’s home

A police standoff that stretched from Friday afternoon until late Saturday morning was ‘successfully resolved’ as officers were able to rescue a 3-year-old girl who had been barricaded inside a Lynn by her armed father. The saga began when a DCF social worker and Lynn police went to 42 Hanover …

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Dogs can help reduce stress in children

Share on PinterestExperts say spending time with dogs can help reduce stress levels in children. Daniela Jovanovska-Hristovska/Getty Images In a new study, researchers claim that interactions with dogs help lower stress hormone levels in children. Experts say owning a dog can also help teach children responsibility and social interaction. They …

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Charles Kernaghan, scourge of sweatshops, dies at 74

Charles Kernaghan, who with single-minded passion and tireless energy exposed the prevalence of sweatshop-made goods on American toy shelves, department stores and celebrity fashion lines, died June 1 at his Manhattan home. He was 74 years old. His sister, Maryellen Kernaghan, announced the death but did not provide a cause. …

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Butler County Children Services Wins Excellence Award

“Eyes on the children and involving the families is a key strategy for ensuring safety. The management team, social workers and really all levels of our organization are working very hard to achieve these goals,” Glendon told the Journal-News. “We have several tools that help us, namely our quality assurance …

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‘Look at all the lives you’ve touched’ – grateful Nate Miller’s mother of 34 years with her son

• “Nate was a great athlete, a great basketball player, but an even better human being.” • “Losing Nate is like losing Kobe to me. Someone who inspired my love for the game.” • “Nate was doing something special, not just in Springfield but in the area.” • “Springfield just …

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David’s Hidden Sacrifice | VA Tampa Health Care

What’s most important when it comes to providing world-class healthcare to veterans? Ask Beau Williams, and he’ll proudly admit, “It’s about connecting, instilling hope, and inviting everyone to the table. In 2007, Williams joined James A. Haley Veterans’ Hospital & Clinics after working as a clinical social worker in the …

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LORI LEE VANDENBERGE | News, Sports, Jobs

Lori Lee VandenBerge, 62, of Près Isle died on Sunday, June 5, 2022, following a brief battle with cancer. Lori was born on December 16, 1959 in Alpena to Sandy and Mary McDonald. She graduated from Alpena High School in 1978 and later earned her bachelor’s degree in …

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John Oliver argues against increased police in schools during Texas wake shooting

After a brief segment taking swipes at Prince Andrew and the UK’s Platinum Jubilee celebration in honor of Queen Elizabeth II, John Olivier dove straight into its main segment on Sunday night Last week tonightadvocating for tougher gun control measures following school shooting UvaldeTexas last month. Noting that the National …

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What it’s like to be a caregiver for a family member at 22

Image source: Felicia Robinson DeAirah Robinson was a senior in college when her mother Felicia, with whom DeAirah lived in Georgia, asked her to feel a lump on her chest. “Our first reaction was, ‘Oh, that’s probably because the bra is a little too tight,'” Felicia told POPSUGAR. But when …

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Mental health resources are an important part of any FP care plan

Carrying the weight of the world on your shoulders can be exhausting. Those of us affected by a rare disease – whether as patient, caregiver, loved one or friend – understand that anxiety can be triggered by almost any activity. This may include, for example, anticipating a medical intervention, waiting …

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Milwaukee social worker merges music and mental health with ‘Trap Therapy’

MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) – A Milwaukee social worker is working to end the stigma and debunk the myths surrounding mental health in underserved communities. As Mental Health Awareness Month draws to a close, CBS 58’s Tajma Hall sits down with Tarsha Wiggins to discuss how she’s sparking change with her …

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All about casting

From the adorable Frank to the charismatic Bru via the eccentric Yu Ling, the actors of season 4 of The circle are full of personality. While the show introduces each cast member with some details about their real lives, there’s only a little that’s revealed. For example, did you know …

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Increased security in and around schools

NIAGARA FALLS, NY (WKBW) – Many police departments in Western New York have increased patrols in and around schools to bolster security following the horrific shooting at a Texas school. Some agencies say it will be extended until the end of the school year. Governor Kathy Hochul tweeted Wednesday morning …

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Missing adopted children often left for more than a month, HHS report finds

Placeholder while loading article actions According to a new federal report highlighting the vulnerabilities of a group whose disappearances rarely make headlines, missing foster children in the United States are typically missing for more than a month before being found. . Those who disappeared while in foster care were missing …

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A father was trying to regain custody of a boy found killed in a trunk in Mound

The mother of a slain 6-year-old boy is under arrest on suspicion of murdering him after police found his body in the trunk of his car, according to court records and interviews with law enforcement officials. family. Family members said on Saturday that the boy’s father, Tory Hart, was trying …

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Lower Cape Fear LifeCare Center hosts ribbon cutting at new location

CONWAY, SC (WMBF) – In an effort to provide better services to its patients, Lower Cape Fear LifeCare had a grand opening Tuesday for its new location. The event was hosted by the Conway Chamber of Commerce, and Hospice Care then held an open house from 1-3 p.m. The organization …

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The death of a social worker is inspirational

Mahalo for supporting Honolulu Star-Advertiser. Enjoy this free story! Siwian Nickepwi, 17, closed her eyes and walked into a dark place on Wednesday during a calming activity for Adult Friends for Youth, an organization that redirects high-risk young people. “It’s midnight. It’s cold,” Nickepwi told Titi Takai, who leads the …

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Jeanne Schaberg – Harbor Light News

Jeanne Schaberg Jeanne Schaberg passed away on Friday April 22, 2022 in the arms of her beloved husband and best friend. She was born in Dearborn, Michigan on May 24, 1953, to parents Fred and Helen Copple. She earned a BA from James Madison College at Michigan State University and …

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Dozens gather to honor the lives of two slain Lexington children

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) – It was a gloomy Monday night for part of the Lexington community. Dozens of people gathered to honor two children, Skyler and Deon Williams, killed a week ago at Parkway Manor Apartments on Rogers Road. Local church pastors, teachers and dozens of community members came to …

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Burnt Hills native documentary sparks powerful dialogue among Shen students – The Daily Gazette

CLIFTON PARK – Before agreeing to show more than 550 high school students a documentary about the struggles of four young New Yorkers with mental illness, counselors and health teachers at Shenendehowa High School sat down to think about how screening could be received. “We talked about the good and …

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Graduate Spotlight: Amy Mader’s Path to Mental Wealth

May 5, 2022 Amy Mader and her story all the way to mental wealthOne step at a time… AMY MADER IS THE TYPE OF PERSON YOU’VE FELT KNOWN FOR YEARS – She’s sweet and easy-going, with a laid-back yet humorous demeanor that she’s not afraid to share when the time …

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Help Rays of Hope bring more social workers to Alex

The Alexandra-based NPC and PBO, Rays of Hope, has set a brave and audacious goal for 2022 to raise R1 million in funding to develop its cohort of social workers who help people in the township move from vulnerable to independence. “When you are sick, a doctor can assess the …

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Autopsy of teenager Victorria Moran-Hidalgo found dead in San Francisco homeless neighborhood

A missing teenager who was found dead on a San Francisco rue months ago could have been sexually assaulted when she died of a drug overdose, the city coroner recently revealed. Victorria Moran-Hidalgo, a 16-year-old who grew up in and out of the foster care system, was found unresponsive in …

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South Orange – Maplewood BOE student representatives call for more mental health support in schools – Essex News Daily

SOUTH ORANGE/MAPLEWOOD, NJ — South Orange–Maplewood Board of Education student representative Noah Morros has called on the BOE to hire another social worker at Columbia High School, citing the number of struggling students mental health, especially in the wake of the death of second Cole Longworth in late March. At …

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HCISD Board Candidates Provide Platform for Election

April 28 – HARLINGEN – Two seats on the Harlingen Consolidated Independent School District Board of Trustees are on the May 7 ballot. Israel Aguilar runs against incumbent Greg Powers for the 3 spot. Josue “Josh” Garza takes on incumbent Eladio Jaimez for the 7 spot. Jaimez said if re-elected …

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Morton Grove School District 67 Gets New Assistant Superintendent – Chicago Tribune

Lynn Owens will never give up her former roles as social worker and director of special education when she begins her new job as assistant superintendent of learning and programs at Golf School District 67 in Morton Grove. “I love working with families and students in any capacity,” said Coleman, …

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What is it, examples, effects and more

Authoritarian parenting is one of the most effective and beneficial parenting styles. Here’s what to know about it. Imagine walking into your child’s room and noticing that his homework isn’t finished, the room is a mess, and he’s on the phone talking with his friend. What are you doing? Being …

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Library Presents Social Worker Program | News, Sports, Jobs

TR PHOTO ROBERT MAHARRY Jennifer Ford, social worker at the Iowa River Hospice, launches a new program called ‘Community Connections: River of Hope’ at the Marshalltown Public Library. On the third Tuesday of each month, from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m., she will be available to provide …

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Long Beach prosecutor gets $900,000 to expand diversion program – Press Telegram

Long Beach was part of the first pilot program to divert drug addicts and homeless people straight from the streets to social services instead of going to jail – and now the city attorney’s office has $900,000 to help. expand the program over the next three years. The money, from …

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Maryland Social Worker Writes Children’s Book About Body Safety

Placeholder while loading article actions Three dozen children in slashed mango-colored shirts filled a classroom in Africa and focused on the woman in front of them. As Maryland social worker Terri Johnson read them a book, they listened and asked questions. Then they joined her in a chant. “My body,” …

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KCMO mayor reacts to spate of homicides

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Following the latest wave of deadly violence in Kansas City, Missouri, Mayor Quinton Lucas said accepting the status quo is unacceptable. “I think it’s clear what we’re doing right now isn’t working,” Lucas said. It comes like families of four, including a teenager, are in mourning …

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Hartford Schools Cover Up Gender Dysphoria Issue | Chris Powell

Does the Hartford School System notify a student’s parents when it learns that the student may be experiencing gender dysphoria? That’s the important question raised by the system’s suspension of a school nurse who recently wrote on social media that school staff are keeping these issues a secret from parents. …

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They held the hands of dying COVID-19 patients when their families couldn’t. Meet the NCID Medical Social Workers

SINGAPORE: When the first deaths from COVID-19 hit Singapore, Dr Ho Lai Peng was there to help families through the grief and isolation caused by the pandemic. Two years later, the National Center of Infectious Diseases (NCID) chief medical and social worker still remembers every detail. The hardest part was …

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A UPMC social worker honored for her “Commitment to benevolence” | News, Sports, Jobs

SUPPLIED PHOTO Margie Cholin, right, is the latest recipient of the Dr Alexander Nesbitt Commitment to Caring Award. Cholin, a social worker at UPMC Williamsport, stands with Dr. Nesbitt, left, and Julieanne Steinbacher, who was instrumental in establishing the award. Margie Cholin, a social worker at …

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Five people working with children in Chatham explain why community matters

April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month (CAPM), a time to remember that preventing child abuse is about creating strong supports where all families have access to needed services for their children. North Carolina’s theme for CAPM is “Growing Up Better Together”, a reminder that an entire community can play …

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Izzy Tichenor faced ‘personal trauma’, school’s failure to follow up on complaints

In the months leading up to her death by suicide, 10-year-old Isabella “Izzy” Tichenor and her family were displaced and living in the family van, according to a recently released investigative report. Tichenor, a fifth-grade student at Foxboro Elementary School in the Davis School District, was described by witnesses as …

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Shit doesn’t work in Oregon. How much is Tina Kotek to blame?

Today on the Dive podcast, we speak with Pulitzer-winning journalist Nigel Jaquiss about Oregon House speaker-turned-gubernatorial candidate Tina Kotek. Even after 10 years as president, she doesn’t seem to have the kind of party support we’ve grown accustomed to in a state ruled by Democrats for nearly four decades. Tina …

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UNITE event will showcase UK research to advance racial equity

LEXINGTON, Kentucky (April 1, 2022) — The University of Kentucky United In True Racial Equity (UNITE) Research Priority Area will host its first annual Research Showcase on May 4 at the Gatton Student Center. the UNITE 2022 research showcase is centered on elevating and promoting the importance of racial equity …

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KVC West Virginia expands services to children and families in the Eastern Panhandle | Journal-news

MARTINSBURG – KVC West Virginia, a nonprofit child welfare and behavioral health organization that provides foster care, adoption, in-home family preservation and behavioral health care services, will is expanding into the Eastern Panhandle by expanding its Safe at Home, Children with Serious Emotional Disorder (CSEDW) and Foster Care Programs. KVC’s …

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Donna SYRON Obituary (1950 – 2022) – Deer Park, WA

Donna Jean Syron died Monday, March 7, 2022 in Spokane, Washington at the age of 72. Donna was born in St. Paul, Minnesota on January 7, 1950, to Donald and Bernice Hedin, the eldest of six children. Donna grew up on the east side of St. Paul and graduated from …

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Irish League football legend David Jeffrey ‘quitting his day job’

David Jeffrey spent the better part of 30 years at Linfield, both as a player and then a manager, before taking up his current role as manager of Ballymena United. However, one of his greatest accomplishments was successfully pursuing a career helping those in need, while guiding both teams in …

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March is social work month

The District 7 Regional Agency on Aging (AAA7) joins the National Association of Social Workers in celebrating this year’s Social Work Month in March with the theme, “Now is the time for social work.” This celebration highlights how social workers have enriched our society for more than a century and …

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Yuriko, famous dancer and choreographer of Martha Graham, dies at 102

The daughter of Japanese immigrants, Ms. Kikuchi was known professionally by the single name of Yuriko. She had been dancing since she was a child, touring Asia for seven years from the age of 10, and later became one of the first Asian American members of a major New York …

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10-year-old writer turns peer pressure into girl power in her book ‘The Football Girl’

Malajsha Mollett was 8 years old when she decided to switch from cheerleading to Kings and Queens of Pittsburgha free sports mentorship program to try out for the organization’s football team. This decision drew laughter from some of the cheerleaders and derision from the football players. “In the middle of …

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Traci Braxton, TV personality and singer, dies at 50

Traci Braxton, television personality and singer, died on Saturday. She was 50 years old. One of Ms Braxton’s sisters, singer Toni Braxton, confirmed her death in a statement from the Braxton family on Instagram. The cause was esophageal cancer, a publicist said. “Needless to say, she was a shining light, …

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Kingsport Housing and Redevelopment Authority seeks to start The Grove and Big Elm | Business

By RICK WAGNER KINGSPORT – The wheels could be set in motion later this year to replace Lee Apartments, a public housing complex demolished in 2018. But the local housing authority serving the model town is working on projects ranging from serving the homeless to bringing WiFi to residents of …

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CCSD Trustees Approve Grant Application to Enable School Police House Visits

LAS VEGAS, Nev. (FOX5) – On Thursday night, a grant application was approved to pay Clark County School District police officers to partner with social workers and Metropolitan Police officers from Las Vegas to visit the homes of children in the district considered at risk. She spoke at a meeting …

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Worst Roommate Ever Review – Exponent

Netflix has released a new five-part documentary focusing on the true stories of victims living with others with malicious intent. This true crime documentary delves into four different stories (one story is in two parts) where victims or families are interviewed and tell their experiences about the unfortunate incidents. While …

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A Bucks Council social worker slapped a person outside a supermarket

A social worker who attacked someone outside a supermarket in front of children can get away with just a warning, according to a report. Rocky Band, an Aylesbury-based Bucks Council social worker, was caught slapping and attempting to kick a member of the public in August 2019. Miss Band claimed …

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How seniors can get on the waiting list for affordable housing | News

Affordable housing is the top request the Palo Alto Avenidas senior services agency receives on its helpline, says social worker Thomas Kingery. Hundreds of federally subsidized seniors’ apartments exist in Palo Alto, but eliminating waiting lists can take months or years, and many waiting lists are closed completely, according to …

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The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is here for you |

New Senior EAP Coordinator Alexis Rodgers. If you continue to struggle with the challenges and effects of the pandemic, you are not alone. And if you’re looking for help, there’s a place you can go for confidential, caring help and support. This is the message of the new invigorated Employee …

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Kay Clabaugh McGuire | Obituary

URBANA – Kay (Clabaugh) McGuire, 81, of Urbana died Friday February 25, 2022 at Accolade Healthcare, Paxton. Visitation will be Thursday, March 3 from 11 a.m. to noon at the Morgan Memorial Home, 1304 Regency Drive West, Savoy. The funeral will follow at 1 p.m. The family asks that everyone …

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What Putin is talking about when he talks about “denazification”

(JTA) — In launching his war on Ukraine, Russian President Vladimir Putin said his goal was the “denazification” of the country — specifically referring to his allegations that Ukraine was responsible for or planning “genocide.” Russian speakers in eastern Ukraine. provinces. Much of the world mocked at Putin’s justifications for …

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Albemarle Co. executive recommends fiscal year 2023 budget

ALBEMARLE COUNTY, Va. (WVIR) — The Albemarle County Executive has released a proposed budget for fiscal year 2023 — while property tax would stay the same, some taxes would drop. “The budget recommendations will allow over the next five years to advance three new public school projects to meet capacity …

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‘Twosday’ / CTU Politics / Twisted Hippo Fire / Tyler The Creator

Things are about to heat up in the campaign for control of the Chicago Teachers Union. A new CTU Grassroots Caucus announced its intention to take control of the politically fractured union in union elections scheduled for May 20. Founders of REAL — meaning “Respect, Educate, Defend and Lead” – …

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