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Coronavirus Services UpdateAs we are continually faced with the unprecedented COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic, North Central Behavioral Health Systems’ offices continue to remain open as we maintain our mission of providing mental health and substance use services to our communities. However, the risks of COVID-19 necessitated that w

Life Following COVID019Returning to life as the COVID-19 restrictions loosen may be much harder than anyone had expected.   The experts refer to this as a “new normal” but it is not clear what this may mean for all of us emotionally. 

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Returning to Life Following the COVID-19 Quarantine

Canton Daily Ledger

Returning to life as the COVID-19 restrictions loosen may be much harder than anyone had expected. The experts refer to this as a “new normal” but it is not clear what this may mean for all of us emotionally.

The terminology, “new normal,” has been defined in the past as describing a “significant change following a traumatic event.” Unlike other events, however, the COVID-19 virus has not ended but we are shifting into the next phase of re-entering into the world again, all while trying to balance staying healthy and getting our lives back.

Wellness Fair held in observance of Mental Health Awareness Week

Star Courier

Spoon River College sponsored a Wellness Fair on Oct. 8 at the Canton Campus in recognition of Mental Health Awareness Week Oct. 6-10.

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Arukah, area wins major mental health grant Princeton institute brings together partners from community to help others

The Newstribune

Arukah Institute of Healing Inc. recently was chosen as one of 25 rural healthcare organizations across the nation, and the only organization in the State of Illinois, to receive a Rural Health Network Development Planning grant from the Health Resources and Services Administration.

The purpose of the grant is to promote the planning and development of integrated healthcare networks; to expand access to, coordinate, and improve the quality of essential health care services; and to strengthen the rural health care system as a whole.

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