First Responder Chaplains (from left) Dana Patrick, Glenn Davis and Aaron Eaton talk with first responders. By Tom Peterson As the name implies, first responders are often the first to reach the scene of a trauma. In the course of a normal week, they may have to deal with homicides, suicides, accidental deaths or the use of […]
Nashville NC Police Department Breaks with Tradition and Provides HOPE to Drug Users Interview by Melanie Raskin It’s not your typical law enforcement model, to invite people with opioid addiction to come to the police department, turn in their drugs and get treatment help, with no judgment, no arrest and no jail. But […]
Building Resiliency in Uncertain Times February 19, 5:30 – 7 pm Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center Campus, Chapel Basement Conference Room 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 […]
Stress in our lives and our community: Open discussion and relaxing introductory yoga Saturday, March 31, 11 am – 1 pm Triad Cultural Arts 1321 Hardesty Lane, Winston-Salem, On the same side of the street as Forsyth Seafood Contact Kimya with questions: 919-710-0288 Event is FREE and for Our Community.
Housing Is Healthcare at Charlotte’s Moore Place Apartments for the Homeless: A Q&A with Urban Ministry’s Dale Mullennix Interview by Melanie Raskin “Housing is healthcare.” That’s the point of view of Charlotte, NC’s Urban Ministry. Their Moore Place apartments for the chronically-homeless replaces the approximate $39,000 per person per year societal band-aid of […]
CareNet has a new website! Click HERE to visit. A statewide network of counselors Started in 1972, CareNet Counseling has a rich history of trusted and effective care. as a nonprofit mental health counseling. Today, the 32 CareNet counseling centers across North Carolina provide care to people in 80 counties and […]