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News 5: More people seeking mental health services during pandemic, rise in community violence

Screen shot of interview with Dr. Ben Kearney on WEWS

The need for mental health services is increasing. The on-going COVID-19 pandemic, increasing community violence, and seasonal changes all serve as sources of stress, anxiety, and depression for many people.

OhioGuidestone Chief Clinical Officer, Dr. Ben Kearney, spoke with News 5 Cleveland’s Jade Jarvis to discuss the rise in individuals seeking mental health treatment. Watch and ready why Dr. Kearney says making connections is so important during these trying times.

Times Reporter: New Haven for Local Women in Recovery

A new haven for women in recovery - River HavenOhioGuidestone’s women’s residential treatment program in Tuscarawas County, previously known as Harbor House, has a new home and a new name!

This week, the women and staff moved into a much larger and more accommodating building, now known as River Haven.

Click here to read the story from the Times-Reporter, and see more pictures of the new facility.

How OhioGuidestone’s Trauma-Informed Care Approach Helps Residents of Cuyahoga County

Trauma comes in many forms, and impacts people in different ways. At OhioGuidestone, we know each person’s experience is unique – and so is treatment.

“By acknowledging the historical, endemic and institutionalized adversities that people of Cuyahoga County face, we can help them combat serious health effects,” says Brittany Pope, Director of Applied Clinical Sciences and Research, about OhioGuidestone’s approach to Trauma-Informed Care.

To learn more and let us help you on your path to recovery, click here.

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