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Riverside County Office of Education awarded $15.6 million U.S. Department of Education Grant to...

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RIVERSIDE – School-based mental health services in Riverside County are receiving a boost after a U.S. Department of Education School-Based Mental Health Services Grant...

The impact of reading on personal health

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TEMECULA – Books transport people to different times, provide a sense of escapism and introduce readers to different schools of thought. Individuals may read...

Coping with holiday stress and anxiety to ensure good mental health

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TEMECULA – With Christmas and New Year approaching, the holidays are often seen as a time of peace, joy and family gatherings. Families, friends...

Murrieta mother works to protect and empower all children

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When Jessica Smith found herself faced with unfamiliar issues affecting her children, such as suicide and human trafficking, she did not know where to...
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Honoring our veterans through better mental health understanding

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Daniel RyerSpecial to the Valley NewsVeterans Day, Nov. 11, is a day for understanding. It’s an important day for honoring all those who have...

A step in the right direction to support mental health

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The annual NAMIWalks for the minds of America will take place Nov. 5 at Diamond Valley Lake Marina in Hemet. The scenic route itself...

MALHY Community Outreach Protective Services holds fundraising gala

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MALHY Community Outreach Protective Services Inc. held its 2022 fundraising gala at Warren Ranch in Temecula Wine Country on Sept. 25. Warren Ranch is...
Marie Waldron

Preventing suicide

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In 2020, there were just under 46,000 suicides in the United States, making it the nation’s 12th-leading cause of death. California’s suicide rate is...
Marie Waldron

Restoring California’s Failing Mental Health Programs

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California’s mental health system is struggling to keep up with demand. Those seriously in need of treatment are trapped in a rotating cycle that...

Increased social and community connections are important for health 

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Dr. Rhonda L. Randall Special to Valley NewsWe are all wired for emotional connection and that doesn’t stop when we retire. In my experience as...