May 6, 2016

Triangle North Healthcare Foundation 2016 Grant Cycle Opens

The Board of Directors of Triangle North Healthcare Foundation is pleased to announce the 2016 Grant Cycle was launched May 2, 2016 Nonprofit and governmental organizations as well as public schools in Vance, Granville, Warren, and Franklin counties are eligible to apply for grants with Triangle North Healthcare Foundation.  The Foundation is seeking projects that […]

Join Exercise Program ‘Walk The Beat’ in Downtown Henderson – Three Times Daily

Staring May 2nd, the Henderson Police Department participates in a new initiative called “Walk the Beat”. Three times a day members of the Henderson Police Department will be out and about in the downtown area. This is in addition to their normal patrols. Officers will be joining the growing number of downtown walkers, runners, and cyclists in […]

Mental Health Awareness Month – Community Meet and Greet May 26th, 2016

Awareness: *1 in 5 Americans will be affected by a mental health condition in their lifetime and every American is effected through their friends and family and can do something to help others. *People experience the symptoms of mental illness differently, and sharing how it really feels-throughout all stages of illness –can help others to understand […]

Mental Health Awareness Month – Trauma and mental illness in children May 18th, 2016

Daymark is hosting “Coffee and Conversations” with a light breakfast for individuals, local/state agencies, and other community providers to come together and talk about Mental Health issues in Five County and what we can do to educate our community on the importance of treatment and the hope of Recovery! Topic: Trauma and mental illness in […]

Mental Health Awareness Month – Side Effects of Today’s Psychotropic Medications May 5th, 2016

LUNCH AND LEARN – Side Effects of Today’s Psychotropic Medications Speaker – Ben Mastridge, Psychiatric NP. Lake Area Health Care126 No. Main St. Warrenton, NC.You are invited!Come meet our staff ! Wednesday, May 5th11:30 am. to 1:00 pm. Contact:Ted.A@fhrecovery.org(252) 879-0091

Mental Health Awareness Month – Warrenton Mental Health Awareness Public Forum May 7th, 2016

May 7th– Warrenton  Mental Health Awareness Public Forum Download flyer here:  Warren county flyer public forum Guest Speakers Karen Kranbuehl, Phillip White and George Bridges Saturday, May 7, 2016  –  9:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. Warrenton Rural Fire Station, 236 S. Main St, Warrenton, NC. For more information, contact Angelena at 252-257-3115 angelenakdunlap@warrencountync.gov

May is Mental Health Awareness Month – Lots of upcoming events

The following Cardinal Innovations Healthcare Five County Comprehensive Community Clinics/ Advanced Access/Walk-in Crisis Centers have scheduled events during May to bring awareness to mental health.   Cardinal and the following Providers would like to invite you to attend their events to learn more about their services, meet the staff and to educate you on specific behavioral […]

Talent and Fashion Show at E.M Rollins School April 7th, 2016

Join Community Workforce Solutions and Cardinal Innovations Healthcare for an evening of fun, food, music, fashion, and talent. Thursday, April 7, 20166:00 pm — 8 pmLocation:E.M. Rollins School1600 South Garnett St.Henderson, NC Contact Sandra Waverly for more information at swaverly@communityworkforcesolutions.com(252) 492-9555 Refreshments will be servedDoor prizes Our local IDD providers will have booths to provide information on their supports […]

Attorney General Roy Cooper: Warmer weather could bring out Zika scams

Spring is here and the bugs can’t be far behind. With warmer weather may come scams that seek to play on people’s fears of insect borne illnesses such as the Zika virus, which has been spread by mosquitos in Central and South America. Scammers and others who engage in questionable business practices will often use […]

Future Planning Series with First in Families of NC at Perry Memorial Library March 23rd, 2016

Learn about planning for the future and the systems available for adult siblings, parents, and professionals for supporting individuals with Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities. Stafffrom First In Families of North Carolina will provide information about future planning, guardianship, alternatives to guardianship, supported decision making, and a new initiative to support adult siblings of individuals with I/DD through a […]

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