There’s a whole lot of talk about integrated care, but rarely do we ever see it in action. Integrated care means that physical and mental/behavioral health are treated, studied, and funded simultaneously. This is ideal because poor physical health tends
Check out our classes for 2017!
New year is just around the corner. If you are making a commitment for better self care, check out our upcoming classes: Wellness Planning workshop, Saturday January 7th – In this fun and interactive workshop you’ll create a personalized plan for
Thoughts on the First Day of Winter
Winter began this morning (December 21st 2016) around 3 AM Mountain Time. In our modern world, the impact of winter is not as harsh as it once was. Central heating and insulating fabrics can help mitigate the effects of winter.
The Network is Hiring!
We are hiring for an Advocacy and Outreach Coordinator! This is a full-time position with benefits and is anticipated to start January 17th. The starting salary will be dependent on experience/education the salary range is mid thirties to mid forties. The
Self-Care is (still) Not Optional
By Aubrey Boggs While there is no doubt that eating healthy food, exercise, and getting good sleep are all wonderful things to do to for self-care, those things are not always feasible for everyone. Expecting all forms of self-care to be well
Interview by Amanda Kearney-Smith Amy grew up in Iowa in a single-parent household, her father passed away suddenly when she was 12 yrs old. Amy’s memories of her upbringing were that her parent’s relationship was strained, she remembers her father