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Educational Series: May 2022

Mental Health America of Spartanburg County and the 2022 Educational Series host for May… “Understanding the Longterm Effects of Combat and Other Trauma” presented by Reverend James N. Rentz, Senior, DMin, retired LMFT, former Army Chaplain. Overall Purpose… To raise awareness of the pervasive, insidious and lingering effects of combat trauma and its propensity to … Continue reading Educational Series: May 2022

Educational Series: March 2022

Mental Health America of Spartanburg County and the 2022 Educational Series host for March… “Nutrition and Brain Health: Boost Mood and Memory” presented by Lori Boyd, MSN, RN, CV-BC, Dip ACLM Certified Lifestyle Medicine Professional. This session will focus on the importance of a holistic approach to brain health – specifically Lifestyle Medicine. The overall … Continue reading Educational Series: March 2022

Educational Series: January 2022

Mental Health America of Spartanburg County and the 2022 Educational Series host for January… “Hope and Healing: Recovery from Addiction, Rebuilding Lives, Empowering Families” presented by a panel from FAVOR (Faces and Voices of Recovery), including Carroll Easterling, Mike Malone and clients in recovery. Overall Purpose… To give an overview of FAVOR’s mission of providing … Continue reading Educational Series: January 2022

Mental Health Symposium 2021

Mental Health America of Spartanburg County and Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System’s Corporate Education department presented this 2021 event as a webinar. Mental illness touches everyone, and our goal for the symposium is to put a spotlight on the most relevant issues of today and provide information from experts about early identification and intervention strategies. Our … Continue reading Mental Health Symposium 2021

Seeking Memory Care

About 7 in 10 adults over age 65 will require long-term care at some point in their lives, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. And according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, half of all residents of long-term care facilities live with cognitive impairment.  When a senior starts experiencing symptoms of … Continue reading Seeking Memory Care

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