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Lee Ann Rawlins Williams

Students do better when teachers get mental health support

When it comes to mental health at school, typically the focus is on helping students, especially after the COVID-19 pandemic. But as school officials...

Five Questions With: Cara McNulty

For many Americans the winter months are a time for celebration, but also stress and mental fatigue. In fact, according to the American Psychological Association,...
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Balance avoids burnout

Revive has been on a mission to tackle the mental health crisis that continues to plague our communities. As business and community leaders, we all...
STAYING PUT: Joseph J. Trunzo, professor of psychology and assistant director for the School of Health and Behavioral Sciences at Bryant University, says having Rhode Island join PSYPACT will help keep psychologists from leaving the state.
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R.I. part of interstate pact key to mental telehealth

Providing mental health care to patients out of state has been a conundrum facing Rhode Island practitioners for as many years as there have...
Megan N. Clingham

Clingham named 2023 Mental Health Hero of the Year

MEGAN N. CLINGHAM, director of the R.I. Office of the Mental Health Advocate, was presented with the 2023 Mental Health Hero of the Year...

Reed, Whitehouse secure grants to expand access to mental health in...

NEWPORT – Sens. Jack Reed, D-R.I., and Sheldon Whitehouse, D-R.I., announced that Newport Mental Health Center will receive $201,000 in federal funding to assist...

Cranston PD to use federal funding to improve mental health response

CRANSTON – The Cranston Police Department will receive $500,000 to invest in its crisis intervention team program and improve its mental health response. Representatives from...
RHODE ISLAND KIDS COUNT on Monday released a new report highlighting the mental health crisis among children and calls on the state to take action.

R.I. KIDS COUNT calls on state to address mental health crisis...

PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island KIDS COUNT on Monday released a new report that calls on the state to immediately address the mental health crisis...

North Carolina mental health services provider Monarch to expand in R.I.

PROVIDENCE – Monarch, a North Carolina provider of mental health and human services, is expanding in Rhode Island. The not-for-profit organization offers services for people...

Lifespan Corp. understands that self-care is the best care

PBN Healthiest Employers Awards 2022 5,000+ EMPLOYEES 3. Lifespan Corp. CEO (or equivalent): Arthur Sampson, Interim CEO and president Number of employees: 12,935 LIFESPAN CORP. OPERATES under the...
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