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health care,
education  and
social services

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Minors, Mental Health & the Media: In Response to "13 Reasons Why" (Pt 2)

In Part 1 of this blogpost, Rachel Osborn, a Therapist and Clinical Manager with the Mary's Center School Based Mental Health Program (SBMH), shared her thoughts on the controversial Netflix series 13 Reasons Why. In Part 2, she highlights common warning signs of suicide and gives some great advice for schools, parents and caregivers, young people and community members. 

Minors, Mental Health & the Media: In Response to "13 Reasons Why" (Pt 1)

A new show on Netflix has teenagers fascinated and parents worried that it might push vulnerable young people to act on their suicidal thoughts. In this two-part blogpost, Rachel Osborn, a Therapist and Clinical Manager with the Mary's Center School Based Mental Health Program (SBMH), shares her thoughts on the controversial series and gives some common warning signs of suicide, as well as some helpful advice on how to talk to young people about the issue. 

These Are Your Neighbors. And they are AT RISK.

Dear Friends,

Who in your life stands to lose their health care if the Affordable Care Act is repealed?

At Mary’s Center, just about all of our poor, working adults.

Kindergarten Readiness at Briya - How do we prepare children for kindergarten?

At Briya PCS, Mary’s Center’s partner in education, parents and their young children learn at the same time. In the school’s PreK classes, three- and four-year-olds prepare for future school success. While over 50% of PreK students begin the school year at below widely held expectations for their age, by the end of the year 95-100% of them meet or exceed widely held expectations.

8 Delicious Ways to Add Oats to Your Diet

We’re all familiar with oatmeal at breakfast, but did you know that oats are also used in a variety of sweet and savory dishes all around the world? Zara Awan, a Nutritionist with the Mary's Center WIC Program, says oats are popular because they are inexpensive, nutritious and satisfying. Oats are low in fat, and packed with fiber and vitamin B, calcium, potassium and iron.

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