It’s difficult to call 2020 a wonderful year, but that doesn’t mean we couldn’t tell wonderful stories. Check out some of our videos, and posts from 2020. Touching stories of recovery, declarations of support and solidarity, and a video showing how easy it is to find the care someone is looking for. Scott’s Story – The Courage to Recover At the beginning of 2020 we had the opportunity to showcase Scott’s Story. His experience facing the pain and suffering brought more..
Learn from Kathi and Michelle about different tips and tricks for teaching kids from home while staying well. Covid-19 has put a lot of pressure on families to continue their child’s education and Kathi and Michelle have some ideas for making this time effective and healthy for the whole family. Additional resources are below. Videos on Home schooling and working from home Teaching At Home during COVID-19 Online-Resources For teachers and students, remote learning during COVID-19 poses challenges, stokes creativity more..
Learn from Michelle and Kathi how to keep your kids and family active despite the challenges of Covid-19! Resources are below: Activities to do with kids during COVID WEB Links: Balloon Barometer experiment Learn Chemistry from Your Taste buds Make Your Own Play Doh Baking Soda and Vinegar Rainbow Pepper, Water and Soap for Surface Tension Seeing Sound Glowing Bouncy Egg Elephant Toothpaste DIY Lava Lamp Rainbow in a Glass Water and Magnets Psychedelic Milk DIY Rain Gauge Bean Germination more..
The holidays are always a challenge, even more so during Covid-19. Learn some great ideas from Kathi and Michelle for staying well and having fun this holiday season with your family in the video above and at the links below: Preparing your kids for the holidays during COVID-19 Kid’s workout Inspired by animals 3 ways to manage stress and anxiety during Covid-19 Holiday Season https://www.elephantjournal.com/2020/11/managing-stress-and-anxiety-during-covid-holidays/ Preparing for the holidays during COVID-19 https://mhanational.org/preparing-holidays-during-covid-19 Stress depression and Holidays https://www.mayoclinic.org/healthy-lifestyle/stress-management/in-depth/stress/art-20047544 Reindeer Food Recipe more..
Hear from Michelle and Kathi as they share on how you can incorporate the practice of gratitude into your parenting. They have great resources on different activities that you can check out below: 13 Most popular Gratitude and Exercise Activitieshttps://positivepsychology.com/gratitude-exercises The Gratitude tree for Kidshttps://positivepsychology.com/gratitude-tree-kids How to express Gratitude to others 19 Ideashttps://positivepsychology.com/how-to-express-gratitude Benefits of Gratitudehttps://positivepsychology.com/benefits-gratitude-research-questions Five + best books on Gratitudehttps://positivepsychology.com/gratitude-books-oliver-sachs Gratitude Journal A collection of 67 Ideas and templateshttps://positivepsychology.com/gratitude-journal
Ericka and her story exemplify what it means to be a patient at Therapeutic Health Services. She receives both Opioid Use Treatment as well as Mental Health care. Together these two services overlap to create whole-health wellness in our clients. Together with her Opioid Use Treatment counselor, Richard and her Mental Health Counselor, Ambyr, Ericka has built a life for herself that she could only dream of. Ericka came to THS in 2015, eager to enter treatment with us. She’d more..
We have flu shots available at our Summit/Seneca and Shoreline primary care clinics. You can sign up ahead of time with our Dispensary Nurses or with Front Desk Staff. On the day of your appointment please check in with the Front Desk. Summit/Seneca Flu Shot Dates Wednesday, October 7 Monday, October 19 Shoreline Flu Shot Dates Friday, October 9 Tuesday, October 20 You may also get a flu shot during regular Primary Care hours: 7:00 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. Visit more..
The need for a focus on suicide prevention is not new. The statistics are clear: any one of us can be affected by suicide either personally or through someone we know. Emotional, situational, health and financial stress or pressures certainly enhance the likelihood for a person to experience depression, anxiety, or a sense of hopelessness leading to thoughts of self-harm. This is even more of a concern in 2020. We are faced with the concurrent realities of COVID-19, forest fires more..
The Kent branch is experiencing a power outage due to the windy weather. The branch is closed today, 09/08/2020, due to this power outage.
The First Step to Recovery at THS starts with an assessment, a private consultation with one of our counselors talking about the issues the new patient is facing. Here our staff can figure out exactly what issues someone is coping with. Whether it’s heroin or opioid abuse, mental health issues, or trouble with other substances, our team is standing by to help anyone take their First Step to Recovery. Watch the video above or read below to learn more. Learning more..