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Art Therapy for Veterans

Helping Veterans Recover from PTSD and TBI
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The American Art Therapy wants to bring awareness to the needs of our Veterans for mental health support. Art Therapy is widely used to help Veterans overcome symptoms of PTSD and Traumatic Brain Injury.

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The American Art Therapy wants to bring awareness to the needs of our Veterans for mental health support. Art Therapy is widely used to help Veterans overcome symptoms of PTSD and Traumatic Brain Injury.

Think Young People Are Apathetic? Think Again. Nearly 99,000 Take Action With DoSomething.org and Toyota’s The Hunt

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NEW YORK, October 30, 2014 /3BL Media/ - This summer, nearly 99,000 young people across the country took action on seven different causes through DoSomething.org and Toyota’s The Hunt.
 
From August 4 to August 10, DoSomething.

Art Therapy in the National Dialogue on Mental Health

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by: Sarah Deaver, PhD, ATR-BC, President
Donna Betts, PhD, ATR-BC, President-Elect
American Art Therapy Association

Handle with Exquisite Care

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This morning I am reflecting on the deep care and “restraint” that is required if we are to serve vulnerable people well. Many times, those of us trying to assist others often have to take a deep breath and wait.  At other times, we need a sense of urgency to drive fast and clear action in the lives of others. This is often a practical struggle, and a moral one as well. Young people in particular seem to challenge our abilities to sit tight sometimes, and at other times, act with decisiveness.

Meet Hamlet, Lancaster Co. Courthouse's Newest Employee

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SSD Hamlet, a facility dog trained by Susquehanna Service Dogs in Harrisburg, PA, is now working as a courthouse dog for Lancaster 
County Courthouse. Only the second dog in the nation to work in the treatment courts, Hamlet will help reduce stress and anxiety for participants in the Veterans, Mental Health, and Drug Treatment Courts.

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SSD Hamlet, a facility dog trained by Susquehanna Service Dogs in Harrisburg, PA, is now working as a courthouse dog for Lancaster 
County Courthouse. Only the second dog in the nation to work in the treatment courts, Hamlet will help reduce stress and anxiety for participants in the Veterans, Mental Health, and Drug Treatment Courts.

There’s a New Dog in Town at the Lancaster County Courthouse

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On June 26, SSD Hamlet will join the Lancaster County Courthouse as a facility dog, where he will be assisting in the Lancaster County Veterans, Mental Health, and Drug Treatment Courts to help reduce anxiety and tension for participants. SSD Hamlet was trained by Susquehanna Service Dogs in Harrisburg. 

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On June 26, SSD Hamlet will join the Lancaster County Courthouse as a facility dog, where he will be assisting in the Lancaster County Veterans, Mental Health, and Drug Treatment Courts to help reduce anxiety and tension for participants. SSD Hamlet was trained by Susquehanna Service Dogs in Harrisburg. 

Stay Smart Online, Australia!

By Symantec's Pacific Marketing team
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This week is Stay Smart Online Week in Australia, an Australian government initiative designed to help Australians understand the simple steps they can take to protect their personal and financial information online. Today, we hear from our Pacific Marketing team on ways Symantec is helping parents and kids deal with cyberbullying.

Corporations That Care, Part 2: The Health Sector -The Minute

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In the annual survey of corporate giving compiled by the Chronicle of Philanthropy, many major companies in the health sector scored high as the most generous in supporting urgent social issues. “Most generous” translates to about one percent of pre-tax profit. Merck donated $62 million for health, HIV/AIDS, women’s issues, education, and community development. Pfizer gave $60 million for health causes. Eli Lilly directed $54 million to diversity, hunger and food security, health, the United Way, education, and community development.

Clara's Big Ride Unites Youth for a National Conversation on Mental Health

Bell, Cisco and Northwestel collaborate to bring Clara's message to students across Canada
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IQALUIT, NU, April 23, 2014 /3BL Media/ – On her first stop in Canada's territories for Clara's Big Ride for Bell Let's Talk, Clara Hughes will host a national youth conversation on mental health with a special live broadcast from Iqaluit's Inuksuk High School to thousands of students across Canada.

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