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Volunteers sought to help ease the pain for suicide survivors

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When Jill Miller lost her sister Missy to suicide, she felt alone as people avoided talking to her about it. September is Suicide Prevention...
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Timely access to mental health care

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Assemblymember Marie Waldron Special to Valley News I have long been an advocate for expanded access to mental health care as a way to restore lives...

Student artwork showcases importance of mental health

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Artwork from 220 students in Transitional Kindergarten to high school in 57 public schools participated in the contest as part of Mental Health Matters...

Local students recognized for films in annual contest promoting artistic expression

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The Directing Change Program & Film Contest announced the regional finalists in the ninth annual student contest encouraging young people to create short films...

Arrivals and departures at T.H.E. Center in Hemet

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When staff and board members at Hemet’s Therapeutic Horsemanship Equestrian Center (T.H.E. Center) were given the opportunity to rehome one of their horses, they...
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May is Mental Health Month

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HENDERSONVILLE, Tenn. – As you may know, May is Mental Health Month. Since 1949, Mental Health America and their affiliates across the country have...

Avoid bringing job stress home to the family

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TEMECULA – The lines between work and home life can easily become blurred. Such lines became even more blurry during the pandemic, when many...
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Learn to discuss your mental health issues with your friends

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Stan Popovich Special to Valley News Do you have a difficult time explaining your mental health issues to your family and friends? If so, here are six...

Soboba Tribal TANF continues to keep youth connected

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Soboba Band of Luiseño Indians Special to Valley News The Soboba Tribal TANF Program Prevention Resource Center is running its Tribal Cháamcha Lówwivuktum activities virtually and...

Wildomar 4th grade classes draw out their feelings about the coronavirus pandemic

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A range of emotions were felt when fourth grade teacher Daniel Richter asked his students to create a digital art project expressing their feelings...
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