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young man smiling and talking on phone while at home on couch - loneliness - quarantine
During the COVID-19 public health emergency, many of us have remained shut up in our homes for weeks on end. Maybe we’re under quarantine with a few family members. Maybe we’re home with just our significant other. Maybe we’re cooped up with just our furry and feathered friends to keep us company. Or maybe we’re...
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closeup of mug and journal with writing and drawings - pandemic - anxiety
Without doubt, a global pandemic would occupy a high spot on any list of things that might increase a person’s anxiety. Whether you are staying home to stop the spread of the virus or are working on the front lines in an essential job, it is likely you are experiencing some level of anxiety even...
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distressed young woman on couch at home looking down at phone - substance use and mental health disorders, COVID-19
If you are struggling with substance use and mental health disorders during this public health emergency, you may feel trapped. You may feel trapped in your home. You may feel trapped in an endless string of online meetings. You may feel trapped in a job that makes you feel unsafe at this time. Feeling Boxed...
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young woman working jigsaw puzzle at home - social distancing
Social Distancing By now, we all understand just how important social distancing is to slow the spread of infectious disease. For the first time in living memory, we have largely retreated to our own homes and stayed there as much as possible. And when we have to go out, we are wearing masks and staying...
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female patient checking in at doctor's office - COVID
With the ongoing rise of COVID-19 diagnoses in Colorado, Peak View Behavioral Health in Colorado Springs announces the implementation of a dedicated unit for presumptive positive COVID patients in need of mental health treatment. This unit is accepting patients effective Thursday, March 26, 2020. This unit is a part of Peak View’s goal to ensure...
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Peak View Behavioral Health - Colorado Springs, Colorado - addiction treatment
(Article written by Wayne Heilman for The Gazette) A Tennessee provider of addiction treatment and behavioral health services has acquired Peak View Behavioral Health, which operates a 112-bed psychiatric hospital in northeast Colorado Springs. Summit BHC, of Franklin, Tenn., which operates 19 addiction treatment and behavioral health centers in 14 states, said last week it...
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peak view behavioral health - colorado springs, colorado mental health and addiction treatment center
Franklin, Tenn. – January 22, 2020 – Summit BHC (“Summit” or “the Company”), a leading provider of addiction treatment and behavioral health services, today announced the acquisition of Peak View Behavioral Health. Located in Colorado Springs, CO, the 112-bed acute psychiatric and behavioral health hospital will be Summit’s first facility in the state and brings...
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young woman sitting with alcoholic drink in front of her - alcohol
Some Things to Consider Does having a couple beers after work turn into drinking an entire 12-pack or closing down the bar? Do you have a line-item in your monthly budget dedicated to restocking your liquor cabinet? Does your paycheck barely (or maybe not even) cover your bills after you buy your alcohol? You don’t...
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senior man with head down - depression
Everyone gets a little sad or blue sometimes. Whether the feeling comes on because of a particular event or is the result of hormonal shifts, most people experience it for a day or two, maybe even a few days. It’s a common emotion. However, when sadness lasts for two weeks or longer, it’s time to...
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