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Rolling applications open for NEMIC business accelerator program

PROVIDENCE – The New England Medical Innovation Center is offering rolling applications for its three-month business accelerator geared toward mental health, equity and telehealth...
AT THE READY: Eileen Crudele, director of special education at Smithfield Public Schools, says each school has a full-time psychologist, and there are five social workers to handle an uptick in mental health issues among students. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Mental health concerns intensify in classroom

Over the years, school administrators and mental health professionals have noticed a steady increase in mental health issues among young children and teens. For...

Boosting morale

Has maintaining workplace morale been a problem for your company during the pandemic? Yes: 50% No: 50% Has your company taken steps to boost workplace morale among...
Eric Cormier

Employers need to focus on easing tension

After nearly 18 months of facing the COVID-19 pandemic head-on, the global population is weary and fatigued. However, as businesses and individuals come up...

Five Questions With: Dr. Henry Sachs

Bradley Hospital President Dr. Henry Sachs has been an attending psychiatrist at the hospital, treating children with autism and developmental disabilities, for more than...

BHDDH website tracks mental health providers, open beds

PROVIDENCE – A new website is helping Rhode Islanders in need of inpatient mental health or substance use treatment search for help that is...
SHIELDED MEAL: Randi Beranbaum, founder and director of Be Collaborative Care in Providence, stands in the dining area at the center where people undergo group therapy for eating disorders. Barriers have been installed at a table so those under treatment can have in-person meals. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Group treatment programs adapt to keep the dialogue going

Never again will Randi Beranbaum take for granted the simple act of weighing one of her patients. “Blind” weigh-ins – in which someone steps on...
A. Kathryn Power

It’s time to take control where we can

We knew from the start that the COVID-19 pandemic was going to do more than make people sick. Just days after our country’s first...

BankNewport donates $255,000 to 52 community organizations

NEWPORT – BankNewport recently donated a total of $255,000 to 52 community organizations that support basic needs, according to a news release. The grants, intended...
REMODELING: Kathryn Power, director of the R.I. Department of Behavioral Healthcare, Developmental Disabilities and Hospitals, says a reorganization proposal for Eleanor Slater Hospital will provide its patients with the appropriate care.  / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Questions raised over plans to restructure Eleanor Slater Hospital

The complicated finances and history of the state-run Eleanor Slater Hospital may take another turn. The network of four satellite hospital buildings, which care for...

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