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September 2019

Moving Forward After Suicide: How to Cope with Suicide

September 16 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Texas Tech Physicians, 2301 W. Michigan Ave
Midland, Texas 79701 United States
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Did you know suicide is the second-leading cause of death for Texans ages 15 to 34 and the fourth-leading cause of death for those ages 35 to 44? Have you or someone you know been personally affected by the suicide of a loved one? There are things you can do to help prevent suicide as well learn to cope with the loss of a loved one. Please join Mustafa Qureshi, MD, PGYIII as he discusses ways to save lives and…

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WEBINAR: Scaling Up Crisis Call Center Services and State-Center Partnerships in the Context of National Crisis Service Growth

September 17 @ 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm

This webinar will overview recommendations to congress from the FCC, the North American Numbering Council and SAMHSA about the potential of a national three digit number for suicide crisis response. The webinar will then focus on lessons from the field which crisis centers may use to elevate their state-level partnerships as they work to ramp up public awareness, potential funding, and state engagement in their organization’s success. In partnership between the National Council and the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. Register…

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October 2019

WEBINAR: The Real-World Impact of Integrated Medical-Behavioral Healthcare

October 2 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Integrated care, the systematic coordination of general physical and behavioral health care, promotes improved outcomes and offers an effective approach to helping people with co-occurring health care conditions. Join this expert panel discussion on the current state of integrated care and its impact on population health, including case studies on how digital solutions can reduce costs, enhance care quality and extend access. Register Now

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Organizations Provide Mental Health Resources for Those Coping with Mass Shooting

Published: 6:53 PM CDT September 10, 2019

Multiple organizations in Midland and Odessa are providing free mental health services in the wake of the mass shooting.

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Mental Health Component Added to Casa de Amigos’ Summer Camp

Published: 10:38 AM CDT July 17, 2019

Doctors and medical students with TTUPB worked with the children on identifying and regulating their emotions.

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Healthy Minds Spanish Website, Videos Launch

Published: June 10, 2019

Healthy Minds is launching a new website, along with new mental health awareness videos in Spanish

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PermiaCare Dedicates Building to Bill Morrow

Published: 8:37 PM CDT March 29, 2019

In honor of Mr. William “Bill” Morrow, PermiaCare hosted a building dedication ceremony today.

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Midland Behavioral Leadership Team Launches 'Okay to Say' Campaign

Published: 8:35 AM CDT September 26, 2018

Okay to Say was launched by the Meadows Mental Health Policy Institute and partners to increase awareness that most mental illnesses are treatable and to offer messages of hope and recovery to Texans and their families. The goal of Okay to Say is to change the conversation and perceptions around mental illness.

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It’s ‘Okay to Say’ Help is Needed for Mental-Health Issue

Published 5:00 pm CDT Tuesday, May 15, 2018

Whether we take the time to acknowledge it or not, mental health is an essential component to everyone’s overall health and well-being. For those who suffer with a mental illness or have a loved one who suffers with mental illness, it is important to know these illnesses are largely treatable. That is the main message for May, which is Mental Health Awareness Month.

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Midland Could be Hub for Child Psychiatry

Published 10:19 AM CDT Monday, May 21, 2018

According to a contract received by the Reporter-Telegram, the MDC and TTUHSC are looking to create an outpatient child and adolescent psychiatric fellowship program to serve the mental health needs of children and families in West Texas and to train future psychiatrists in hopes that they settle in the region.

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