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Heartland Rural Health Network – 2020 Quarter 4 Newsletter on rural health is here! Recently, Heartland Rural Health Network released its latest quarterly newsletter. Our latest edition includes ~ Network Updates: How HRHN is Making a Difference Domestic Violence Awareness Month Recognition Telehealth Provider Survey Infant & Pregnancy Loss Remembrance  Member Updates: Member Spotlight: Tri-County […]

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We Think Twice is a youth-driven social media campaign that empowers teens to build knowledge and skills to form health relationships, set goals for the future, and feel confident in their decision not to have sex, use drugs, drink, smoke, or engage in other risky behaviors.  The campaign, launched by the Family and Youth Services […]

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June is Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month. The Alzheimer’s Association reports that more than 5 million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s.  In fact, it is America’s 6thleading cause of death.  Alzheimer’s took my grandmother, Doris, from us in 2019.  Here is a little about her journey. Like many aging Americans, my grandmother struggled with her memory […]

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Heartland Rural Health Network – 2020 Quarter 2 Newsletter on rural health is here! Recently, Heartland Rural Health Network released its latest quarterly newsletter featuring sections on Child Abuse Prevention Month COVID-19 Myths and Facts Let’s Talk About Mental Health Teleworking – the New Norm at HRHN Alzheimer’s Awareness Month – Remembering Doris Self-Care amid […]

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For some, home is a safe haven from the noisy world around us where we can escape the drama and bustle of the outside world. However, with the social distancing and closure of movie theatres, parks, afterschool clubs, museums and many other outlets for education and entertainment it can feel like we are at risk […]

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Teaching Tolerance To Our Youth While we all have different values and beliefs, it is important for each of us to be tolerant and teach tolerance to our youth. Even if a person does not condone the lifestyle of another, they should respect the person and their individuality. LGBTQ+ youth, in particular, have a difficult […]

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Say Something Tips on Effective Communication If I have learned anything about communication, it’s how to do it ineffectively.  Being the introvert that I am, in the past I would do almost anything to avoid what I would consider unnecessary communication.  For a while, saying a simple “hello” or “how was your weekend?” didn’t seem […]

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Have you seen the new iMAD PSA?? The new iMAD PSA discusses who we are, what we do, and where you might see us in the community.  Do you have more questions?  Explore our website, send us an email, or contact us through our contact page. View the iMAD PSA below, starring… Michelle Cathey Anthony […]

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Is That Emoji Really Just An Emoji? I was watching a show on television recently about teens and how technology affects young people in today’s high schools.  The show included two child psychologists that were talking about cyberbullying and teens.  They began to discuss sexting and the secret emoji language that teens are using.  Now, […]

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iMAD Program Update – Dec. 2017 As 2017 comes to a close, the iMAD Team would like to provide an update on the program. Program Implementation During the first half of the 2017-2018 school year, we have completed the program at Sebring Middle School and Avon Park Middle School.  At SMS we saw a total […]

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