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Kinship House 111917
AN INTERVIEW WITH DENNISE KOWALCZYK WITH KINSHIP HOUSE AND DERENDA SCHUBERT WITH BRIDGE MEADOWS ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO WITH FOSTER CHILDREN AND FAMILIES.
us what that can should palaces. So pinched house is an outpatient mental health care facility for Foster and adopted children we've been around for over two decades now starting in 1996. By six women who were found health care the mental health care providers. And felt that. These are changes going on in the men and not health care of Tom decked some key
in Portland and we anticipate these same results in Beaverton. The children's mental health conditions have fields and they're learning how to either managed the trauma that they've experienced in the manifestations or that it. They're depression of their anxiety years Denise had. Posttraumatic stress disorder. And that parents feel sold much more supported because they're not being an all by themselves and everybody understands their life.
we provide onsite and for tornadoes that we really wanted. A child mental health partners who understood the unique situation of children being adopted out of Foster care. There are some unique challenges physical along with that scenario. And and as we looked around the landscape of mental health providers we sonic can chip house they were experts in how to help families and children navigate life. Allen as you go
Union Gospel Mission 111217
AN INTERVIEW WITH BILL RUSSELL, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF UNION GOSPEL MISSION PORTLAND ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO WITH HOMELESSNESS AND THEIR HOLIDAY OFFERINGS AT THE MISSION.
show that whether our programming which bundled. I work therapy in in mental health and addiction recovery in domestic violence recovered all spoke gamut. That we turned it around and close to eighty sometimes over 80%
Kaiser Permanente Mental Health 101517
AN INTERVIEW WITH DR. HAN LIANG, CHIEF OF MENTAL HEALTH AT KAISER PERMANENTE ABOUT THE EFFECTS OF DEPRESSION AND TEEN MENTAL HEALTH .
on the scope we're going to be talking about the effects of depression . On the show this time I would like to welcome doctor Han Lee Yang chief of mental health and the child and adolescent psychiatrist. At Kaiser Permanente thank you for the welcome glad to be on the show. So tell
will recognize reason is statement tell us that stigma and stigmatization of mental health disorders. The idea that some people have. That depression . Might be a character flow or weakness. And that it should be hidden. In many cultures. We just wouldn't be talking about depression this radio interview. Would not be happening in and some other places and so it and in some aspects. I'm really glad to be an America where we're. People that start talking more and more freely about mental health and depression . Is depression can have an equal opportunity. Condition. Male female young old. Yeah I that I think if you are human. You. Are susceptible. When we look at the definition of clinical depression we do see that it impacts. More. More females than males. And when we look at age ranges. Equal opportunity you can you can find yourself depressed whether your teenager. An adulterer an older adult. The good news I think is the flip side as long as you're human. I do believe you have the capacity for resilience in the capacity to improve from symptoms of depression . To be able to. Learn build skills in practice skills to. To really find yourself in a better spot. We're talking today with a doctor Hahn being from Kaiser Permanente. Don't doctor Gupta to talk about the state of the American health care system as it relates to mental health and what can we do to improve it. Yeah. So I. Again I'm really impressed by the fact that he. Here in America. We are working on battling stigma. And I'm impressed by the fact that were able to speak freely. About such things as depression suicide. Addictions and and so that's something that I'm I'm really grateful for. On the flip side I think that we have significant opportunities. And making sure that we don't silo things. But I mean is if somebody. Is dealing with depression . Or addiction. Anxiety there should be no wrong door to knock on two find support her or get treatment. I'm I'm just thinking anecdotally of
starting to. Take care of their physical health as well as their mental health there are people starting to piece those two things together and realize that you're kind of out of whole person. He need
DePaul Treatment Centers 092417
AN INTERVIEW WITH ERIN DEVET, DIRECTOR OF RESIDENTIAL SERVICES AT DEPAUL REGARDING THE WORK THEY DO WITH PEOPLE WHO HAVE DRUG AND ALCOHOL ADDICTIONS AND ABOUT NATIONAL RECOVERY MONTH.
national observance held to educate. Americans just I think she's treatment and mental health services can enable those with mental and or substance use disorder. Still live a healthy and rewarding lion recovery month celebrate big gains made by those in recovery.
effective and people can and do recover. Do and addiction and to mental health issues kind of go hand in hand. Oftentimes absolutely. Many people are in use substances to help Medicaid. And other you know underlying. Disease or. Disorder. But not but they don't always move like that somebody can abuse drugs and alcohol without a mental disorder. Correct apple Lleyton. So what is the difference between substance and alcohol addiction and substance abuse. So it has been. And
American Foundation For Suicide Prevention 091717
AN INTERVIEW WITH RYAN PRICE WITH AMERICAN FOUNDATION FOR SUICIDE PREVENTION ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO AND THEIR FUNDRAISING WALKS COMING IN OCTOBER.
a larger grant from like the CDC or the national institute of mental health . Isn't that research being done local and I'm we'd we'd have to researchers wonder her project ended cheese up you know it
90% of people who die by suicide house. A diagnosis of the mental health condition at the time of their death and and we don't know how. Often those are being diagnosed and treated would have those numbers but it's it's pretty dumb well accepted that about 90% of people who die by suicide have a mental health condition so. Sometimes those are those are going on there really. On the things that someone might notice when someone's at risk
you know a longer than it might normally not the everybody has mental health and so sometimes we have fluctuations that things that are outside of that especially when you couple that with. Someone who's mentioned eat maybe even a joking way that they're thinking about suicide. That's a sure sign that that you shouldn't harm them reach out. For help innocent it's usually not one thing definitely does not it's a combination of it is yet it's kind of like you know what. There's things that converged to create. A perfect storm of a risk and see how these things that. You know you've maybe do you have someone who's got some prolonged stress they're dealing with some some challenges of work they've also. Recently been diagnosed with depression and oil and and maybe have a history of being abused as a child. When you couple that with some of these
Union Gospel Mission 091717
AN INTERVIEW WITH BILL RUSSELL WITH THE UNION GOSPEL MISSION ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO WITH HOMELESS PEOPLE AND THEIR OPERATION OVERCOAT EVENT COMING SEPTEMBER 30.
alcoholics. And then a lot of people who are homeless simply have mental health issues that creates profound mental illness. And indeed maybe psychotic they might walk away from. Good programming and family. And there is something about very frequent type of psychosis. Where people want
be returned it's very therapeutic. We bland. Spiritual transformation. Without quality professional mental health counseling. And then a variety of education and life skills training. And it it really works out well. We're talking they would
United Cerebral Palsy 082717
AN INTERVIEW SUSAN CUSHMAN AND KERRY PINNEY WITH UNITED CEREBRAL PALSY ABOUT WHAT CP IS AND THEIR FUNDRAISING WALK, ROLL AND RUN ON SEPTEMBER 16.
with all disabilities not just cerebral policy including autism Down's syndrome ADHD. Mental health issues so and that we get country acted with the state to get. To pay for those services to pay the employees
AN INTERVIEW WITH ABBY GUYER, VP OF BRAND FOR CCA AND KATY MOORE, MARKETING DIRECTOR AT ENTERCOM, ABOUT CCA’S MUSIC RX PROGRAM AND HOW 94/7’S SUMMER CONCERT IS HELPING RAISE FUNDS FOR THE PROGRAM.
all diagnoses and really. The benefits of the music program our charities stress anxiety perception of pain. And at the same time increase creativity self expression comfort and well being. So are teams were closely with
OHA Hep C 070217
AN INTERVIEW WITH DR. ANN THOMAS, A PUBLIC HEALTH PHYSICIAN WITH THE OREGON HEALTH AUTHORITY, ABOUT WHAT HEPATITIS C IS, HOW IT’S DIAGNOSED AND TREATED, AND IT’S INCIDENCES IN OREGON AND THE U.S.
to clean needles and syringes. And really translate into better availability of mental health and addiction treatment. I will point out that another hit people need to know about it there's no vaccine can prevent hedge
The Family Room 052817
AN INTERVIEW WITH KIMBERLEE OLMSTED, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR AT THE FAMILY ROOM ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO REUNITING FOSTER CHILDREN AND THEIR BIRTH PARENTS.
and that's trauma please itself outs in in addiction and an in mental health and in some really deep seated. Significant. Seen full sorrow awful stuff. And they think you know all. As this as a