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Seminar: “Building Resiliency in Uncertain Times”

  Mondays from 5:30-7 October 16 and November 20. Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center Campus Humans have a remarkable healing wisdom innate within our very bodies.  Learning how to utilize this wisdom by understanding the brain science and how to regulate our responses to stress and trauma can reduce the long-term negative effects caused by […]

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Nashville, NC, police chief offers hope to opioid addicts

CNN recently featured an effective drug rehabilitation initiative in Nashville, a small North Carolina of 5,400. Nashville’s HOPE program is “modeled after the innovative ‘Angel’ program in Gloucester, Massachusetts, which opens the way for addicts to get police assistance and medical help without fear of arrest, is a way of rethinking law enforcement’s role in responding to this […]

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Online Stakeholder Health magazine on housing first for chronically homeless

  Click HERE for the magazine pdf. Stakeholder Health’s latest online magazine is now available. Hospitals & Housing First explores the history of the housing first movement across the United States, including in Charlotte, North Carolina. It looks at where health systems have partnered with community organizations to develop housing first solutions to chronic homelessness. […]

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Clergy Breakfast with Chris Gambill, August 24

    The State of the Church and Characteristics of Growing Congregations Thursday, August 24 from 9-10 am Hubbard Learning Center of the Sticht Center at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center A light breakfast will be served. Please R.S.V.P. by emailing Karen Kimbrell At the request of clergy who visit patients at our hospitals, FaithHealth is […]

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Resources from HHS on opioid addiction and overdose prevention

    Heidi Christensen at HHS shares these resources from HHS on opioid addiction and overdose prevention that may be helpful to community leaders: As part of our effort at the HHS Partnership Center to understand and consider the best way to support faith and community organizations in their response to the opioid epidemic in their […]

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REACHE offers free or low-cost services to promote aging in place

      REACHE is “dedicated to improving the health and quality of life of older adults.” Services offered: Free Occupational and Physical Therapy Evaluation & Treatment Evaluation for assistive device & bathroom equipment Walkers, shower chairs, etc. may be available free or low cost Offered once a month at the Mazie Woodruff Center Referrals to […]

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