They saved my life. And now I tell the new clients to get help, don't give up, and to work hard.
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Frederick County plans to expand a program that brings social workers and mental health professionals to respond to people experiencing a mental health crisis or drug misuse.
Sheppard Pratt announced the appointment of Patrick Slattery, MBA, as chief of specialty programs.
Understanding how to recognize youth who may be at risk is a critical step in suicide prevention among school-aged children and adolescents.
The crisis in youth mental health has been exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic. Sheppard Pratt is already an acclaimed leader in youth mental health services, and with your support, we will develop and expand unique programs in our hospitals, in our schools, and across our communities.
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