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MENTAL HEALTH

LEBANON — West Central Behavioral Health’s CEO on Monday announced plans to retire at the end of the fiscal year in June.Grantham resident Suellen...

Creative work tends to follow a slow progression, steadily accreting until the work is done, then steadily building an audience, or not, while the...

Claremont — Raymond Yanklowitz is a licensed drug and alcohol counselor in Vermont, but last year he moved to Claremont and took a job working for...

West Lebanon — The New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services has proposed creating a hub-and-spoke model to better coordinate mental...

Newport — It’s been nearly five years since the state of New Hampshire settled a class-action lawsuit filed on behalf of people with serious mental...

Lebanon — Terry Grigsby, a reading specialist who has been battling leukemia for nearly six years, has enjoyed participating in a good number of...

WRJ VA to Host Mental Health Summit

7/24/18

White River Junction — The White River Junction VA Medical Center is set to host its sixth annual mental health summit on Friday.The summit gives...

First Aid Just as Vital For Mental Health

7/20/18

Lebanon — When Upper Valley residents go to the hospital for a heart attack, neighbors often bring the family food and flowers, but when they are...

Montpelier — Mental health providers in Vermont say they continue to be concerned that the state still has gaps in the services available to people...

Employers Aid in Addiction Recovery

3/29/18

Hooksett, n.h. — Family, friends and community members supported Jackie Mitchell through the grief she felt after her 24-year-old son died in a...

On some seemingly intractable issues such as gun violence, making progress is difficult because no agreement exists on the nature of the problem...

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