While Alzheimer’s disease is normally associated with people above the age of 65, it can occur in younger individuals as well.
988 counselors can save a life by connecting with people who may be viewing suicide as an outlet for their problems.
The Chaplain Team provides soul care to our students, alumni, staff and faculty. We pay attention to the emotions affecting your spirit.
By Dr. Nicole Cain
Officers are quitting and few people are applying to take their place. While it’s not a new phenomenon, it is exacerbated by the current climate. Learn the reasons behind staffing shortages in law enforcement agencies and what actions leaders can take to improve recruitment.
If you feel like you might be about to run full-steam into a “pandemic wall” – physically, mentally, nutritionally and spiritually – you are not alone.
There are several actions we can all take to get through the last leg of the COVID-19 race and avoid hitting the pandemic wall.
Recovering from addiction is a process that can make people feel uncomfortable emotionally and physically. It can become a challenge for
We can’t be certain when the pandemic will end, and it has affected all of us. But we should take proactive measures now to counter stress.
The number of suicides and the suicide rate among U.S. veterans remained relatively flat in 2018 compared with the previous year – a stubbornly steady state that the Department of Veterans Affairs hopes to attack with new initiatives such as outreach to veterans not in the VA health system and counseling on safe storage of firearms.