Lawmakers give green light to millions in federal funding for free school lunches and mental health services – The Nevada Independent

A provisional legislature approved more than $75 million in federal aid money for free public meals at K-12 schools in Nevada on Tuesday, the latest in a batch of funding approvals released from Nearly 7 billion dollars Sent to Nevada through the US Federal Rescue Plan (ARP) last year. The $171 million in funding approved … Read more

Pathways of Massachusetts pays $4.6 million for false claims

Boston (WWLP) – Pathways of Massachusetts (Pathways) and its former parent company, Molina Healthcare, Inc. (Molina), paying $4.6 million for false claims and other allegations from the whistleblower. Steward Healthcare Pays $4.7 Million for Services Not Performed According to Attorney General Maura Healey’s office, Pathway fraudulently claimed to have submitted to the state’s Medicaid program, … Read more

Overland Park therapy dog ​​working in and out of the office

Haven is a therapy dog ​​and a member of the Overland Park Crisis Action Team. Maya Bond The Overland Park Crisis Action Team expanded last fall And gained more than just officers. Haven, the team’s therapy dog, joined the growing team and soon began helping with calls. “It just melts people,” said the sergeant. Stewart … Read more

You are overthinking your mental health

These days, there is so much information about mental health, and it can be hard to think of how much work it would seem to take just to function normally — and it’s hard even to know where to begin. Do I have to download a file Full focus of the mind app or buy … Read more

Reporting Older Adults Facing Mental Health Challenges of Severe Addiction / Public News Service

Older Americans are dying of drug overdose or suicide at much higher rates now than a decade ago, according to another Top US health rankings report From UnitedHealthcare. The report found suicides increased by 13%, depression by 9%, and drug deaths among people aged 65 or older have doubled in the last 10 to 12 … Read more

We need to talk about the mental health effects of the complete privatization of alcoholic beverages | Opinion

Written by Kate L. Nolte Earlier this month, a House committee advanced Proposed amendment to the Pennsylvania Constitution Remove state supervision of wine and liquor sales from the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board. as such With many legislative decisionsEffects on public health are rarely discussed in the Introduction. It is critical that public health and safety … Read more