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FACES COMMUNITY EDUCATION JUNE 27, 2017 – CHESTERFIELD MENTAL HEALTH & CIT

FACES is hosting John Tyler of Chesterfield of Chesterfield Mental Health and Brad Badgerow of Chesterfield Police Department. John Tyler is a Program Manager at Chesterfield Mental Health Support Services with oversight of Adult Mental Health Services, Same Day Access and Emergency Services.  Additionally, John is part of the collaborative team that coordinates and provides CIT training […]

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The ‘One Hour Rule’ I Use on Days When Mental Illness Makes It Hard to Get Out of Bed

The ‘One Hour Rule’ I Use on Days When Mental Illness Makes It Hard to Get Out of Bed As much as I would love to be one of those people who jumps out of bed in the mornings, wide eyed, refreshed and ready to take on the day ahead, it just isn’t me. I […]

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CRISIS APPS AND CRISIS LINES CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE

CRISIS APPS AND CRISIS LINES CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE

ALSO: WHAT SIGNS TO LOOK FOR IF YOU ARE WORRIED ABOUT A LOVED ONE CONSIDERING SUICIDE. Here are a few Suicide Prevention Apps that may make a difference.  If texting is your preferred way to communicate, there is a crisis text line for you and, of course, there is always the “old school”  National Suicide […]

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FACES RECEIVES COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP AWARD

On March 16th, Candy Watt and Patricia Myers, two of FACES co-founders, accepted an award on behalf of FACES.  Chesterfield Community Services Board honored FACES with a Community Partnership award at a lovely banquet held at Meadowbrook Country Club.   Several other organizations were honored for their collaborative work. FACES is proud to serve the Chesterfield community and treasures […]

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