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Apalachee Center Recognizes Law Enforcement During National Police Week 2015

Apalachee Center, Inc. 2634 Capital Circle, N.E. Tallahassee, FL 32308 www.apalacheecenter.org PRESS RELEASE Contact: Sharon Poole Email: sharonp@apalacheecenter.org (850) 523-3201 Apalachee Center Recognizes Law Enforcement During National Police Week 2015 Tallahassee, FL – On May 15, 2015, Apalachee Center will recognize law enforcement professionals during National Police Week (Sunday, May 10 – Saturday, May 16,

2nd Annual Community Hero Awards Honor Leaders in Behavioral Healthcare

For Immediate Release: After 7:00 p.m., February 10, 2015 Contact: Sharon Poole Email: sharonp@apalacheecenter.org (850) 523-3201 2nd Annual Community Hero Awards Honor Leaders in Behavioral Healthcare Tallahassee, FL – Apalachee Center announced today the recipients of the 2nd Annual Community Hero awards, honoring Floridians who are effective public champions for behavioral healthcare. State Senator Denise

2nd Annual Community Hero Awards Honor Leaders in Behavioral Healthcare

For Immediate Release: After 7:00 p.m., February 10, 2015 Contact: Sharon Poole Email: sharonp@apalacheecenter.org (850) 523-3201   2nd Annual Community Hero Awards Honor Leaders in Behavioral Healthcare   Tallahassee, FL – Apalachee Center announced today the recipients of the 2nd Annual Community Hero awards, honoring Floridians who are effective public champions for behavioral healthcare. State

Mental Health Matters: Mental Health Service Dogs

Service dogs have been a great contribution to individuals with disabilities, physical health problems, and illnesses that limit participation in daily life. Often, we observe service dogs in public settings that act as seeing-eye dogs for the blind or providing assistance to those with hearing and/or speech impairments. In addition to these contributions, service dogs

Volunteerism

Volunteerism By Jon Williams, MA Like many people, I was taught from childhood that while my toy trucks and action figures were mine, I should allow others to play with them if I was not using them. We have all been taught to share what we have and what we can from an early age.

Removing the stigma: Help is available for those having suicidal thoughts

Paul Haney, Special to the Democrat 6:05 p.m. EDT July 7, 2014 (Photo: Mike Ewen/Democrat) Traditional views say that those who die by suicide are selfish and cowardly, opting for the easy way out of their troubles. The more we understand the psychological condition of suicidal ideation, however, the more we realize that traditional thinking

Mental Health Matters: What is EMDR?

Mental Health Matters: What is EMDR? By: Jennifer Barr, LCSW   There are many different types of treatment for trauma and trauma-related diagnoses, like Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Some of you may be familiar with some of the available treatments. When considering a specific treatment or therapy, it is always important to speak with

Caregivers: A Population with Unique Needs

Have you ever had to care for a loved one in need when you felt like you weren’t prepared or equipped for the job? Maybe Mom or Dad are elderly and became sick, and you didn’t want them to live in a facility? Maybe you have an adult child that has schizophrenia and at times

People that Thrive

People that Thrive ~Submitted by Jackie Beck, MSW, Director of Inpatient Programs   “Success is not the key to happiness.  Happiness is the key to success”~ Albert Schweitzer   The human condition: We all are subject to emotions and are vulnerable to circumstances that impact those emotions. Stress and adversity can have many faces: family

What Do You Want to Change?

What Do You Want to Change? Have you ever had a family member or friend who had a glaring problem that you knew they needed to change, but they did nothing about it? Have you struggled with change yourself? We all typically would like to change something about how we manage ourselves or our lives:

Crisis Resources

Apalachee Center:
Central Receiving Facility (CRF)
850-523-3483 / 1-800-342-0774

Mobile Response Team (MRT)
Crisis Line
(800) 342-0774

Big Bend 211:
850-617-6333 / 850-921-4020 TTY (Hearing/Speech Impaired)

Suicide Prevention Hotline:
1-800-273-8255 (TALK)

Emergency: Dial 911

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Psychosocial Rehabilitation (PSR):
Monday - Friday: 8:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

FORENSICS:
24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

F.A.C.T.:
Monday - Friday: 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Additional After Hours Services Available

Primary Care:
Leon Outpatient M-F - 8:00am – 5:00pm
Gadsden Outpatient M-F - 8:00am – 5:00pm

PHONE: (850) 523-3333

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