Hawse Health Center, a growing Community Health Center/Federally Qualified Health Center, in response to the needs of our patients is expanding our behavioral health services. Hawse Health Center is recruiting full-time therapists. Therapists will provide assessment, psychotherapy and counseling services as part of our behavioral health program. Behavioral Health services will be provided at our centers and in our School Based Behavioral Health Programs. Applicants must be able to work independently and under supervision as a member of a Primary Care Team. Experience in working with adults, families, children, and adolescents is preferred. Applicants must have a Master’s Degree and licensure (LPC, LGSW, LCSW, LICSW, or Psychologist). Competitive salary ($35,000 to $55,000 dependent upon licensure/experience) and benefits package is offered. Benefits include Health Insurance, CEU stipends, paid leave (personal, vacation, sick, ceu), clinical supervision, and possible loan repayment. Interested persons should forward a letter of interest and resume to HAWSE HEALTH CENTER , ATTN: Ken Powers by email to email@example.com.
If you are a victim of harassment, you should contact the police. Report the time, date, nature of the call and how often they occur. If the police can identify the caller and find sufficient evidence, they will forward the case to the local district attorney’s office to prosecute the caller.
Your phone company might be able to assist by tracking down the caller. Phone companies have different policies on the course of action to take when a customer reports receiving harassing phone calls. You should contact the business office of your phone company to find out its policy.
You could also contact a lawyer to help determine whether the caller’s words or actions are obscene or otherwise unlawful. A lawyer can also tell you if you may be entitled to any civil damages for emotional distress.
If you receive a harassing phone call, do not engage in a conversation with the caller or divulge any personal information. Report it to the local police immediately.
Under new Medicare reimbursement rules, cognitive and functional assessments and care planning for individuals with Alzheimer’s disease and other cognitive impairment are covered. The Alzheimer’s Association has created a toolkit for physicians with materials on assessing older adults’ functioning, the severity of their condition, neuropsychiatric symptoms, their safety at home and in outside settings, and the kind and extent of available caregiving support.
Blue Ridge CTC is excited to partner with the Alzheimer’s Association to host a Family Healthcare Resources & Job fair on our campus on November 17th between 1pm – 4pm.
· Earn up to 3 credit hours (Category 2 CEUs)
· Learn about locally provided community resources
· Explore potential employment opportunities
The Alzheimer’s Association will facilitate 3 workshops including:
· The Basics of Alzheimer’s,
· Ask the Doc, &
· Dementia Conversations.
Blue Ridge CTC will host a Healthcare Industry specific Job & Resource Fair. For a list of employer, go to: www.blueridgectc.edu/FHR
This event is FREE & Open to the public.
Click HERE to Register or for more information.
November 1 – December 15 Open Enrollment for a 2018 Health Insurance Plan. The Health Insurance Marketplace is a way to find health coverage that fits your budget and meets your needs. To enroll online visit: www.healthcare.gov. To enroll by phone call the Marketplace Call Center at 1-800-318-2596 (TTY1-855-889-4325) for help in your language. To schedule a free, in-person visit with a trained assister call 304-598-5150.
Community Open House at WVU Medicine Fairmont Clinic
10/21/2017 from 10:00 AM – 02:00 PM
Event Location: WVU Medicine outpatient center in Fairmont
WVU Medicine will celebrate with a Community Open House Saturday, Oct. 21, from 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
The $13.9 million, 25,000-square-foot outpatient center is located off Downtown Fairmont Exit 136 of I-79, near the Fairmont Gateway Connector and behind the Fairmont Federal Credit Union. It opened on Sept. 25.
Some of the scheduled activities include:
- Meet providers
- Free flu shots for ages 3 and up (while supplies last)
- Free blood pressure and body mass index screenings
- Blood screenings
- Teddy bear clinic (kids may bring a favorite stuffed animal; bears will be available while supplies last)
- Child seat safety checks by the Marion County Department of Homeland Security/911 Child Seat Safety Program
- Rescue vehicle tours, including an ambulance and fire truck
- Appearance by Monti Bear
- Giveaways, raffles, and more!
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The WVU School of Social Work Office of Professional Education and the WVU Integrated Mental and Behavioral Health Training Program are co-sponsoring a full day workshop this fall on a topic that is important to many of you in your work with children and families. See below for more information. To view a list of all fall 2017 workshops sponsored by WVU School of Social Work, please visit our website at http://socialwork.wvu.edu/ce/continuing-education
Addressing Ethical Challenges in Practice with Children, Adolescents, and Families, November 3, 2017, 9am-3:15pm, WVU Mountainlair, Morgantown, WV. Presenters: Kathy Szafran, MA, LPC, President, CEO, Crittendon Services, Inc.; Beverly Petrelli, MSW, Clinical Director, Crittenton Services, Inc.; and panel of Crittenton staff. This workshop is approved for 5 social work CE hours (3.25 SW ethics hours); LPC hours (including ethics) pending. Registration Fee: $65
Register online and then pay online or send check payable to WVU to: WVU School of Social Work, Attn: PCE, PO Box 6830, Morgantown, WV 26506