Media Relations & Press Releases
After Holiday Blues Could be a Sign of Seasonal Affective Disorder

Press Release: After Holiday Blues Could be a Sign of Seasonal Affective Disorder

Special Caution Needed Concerning Seniors

Monday, January 8, 2018/Author: Behavioral Health Staff/Number of views (125)/ Article rating: No rating
SAD can be especially dangerous for seniors who are already struggling with loneliness. more...
MAPP Led Cooperation Leads to Behavioral Hospital Groundbreaking

Press Release: MAPP Led Cooperation Leads to Behavioral Hospital Groundbreaking

100-Bed Structure on Silver Cross Campus Set to Open in Early 2019

Wednesday, November 1, 2017/Author: Behavioral Health Staff/Number of views (1730)/ Article rating: No rating
A partnership between Silver Cross and US Health Vest to build a new 100-bed behavioral health facility, Silver Oaks Hospital, is now in progress. more...
Domestic Violence Awareness: Progress Made, So Much Work to Do

Press Release: Domestic Violence Awareness: Progress Made, So Much Work to Do

Will County State's Attorney's Office Continues to Charge 1,100 to 1,200 New Cases Per Year

Tuesday, October 31, 2017/Author: Behavioral Health Staff/Number of views (414)/ Article rating: No rating
The main priority for the future continues to be breaking the cycle of domestic violence by stopping the perpetrator. more...
Depression Awareness Month: "Awareness" of Both "Symptoms" and "Care That's Needed"

Press Release: Depression Awareness Month: "Awareness" of Both "Symptoms" and "Care That's Needed"

Chronic Depression Often Co-Occurs with Chronic Anxiety

Monday, October 16, 2017/Author: Behavioral Health Staff/Number of views (639)/ Article rating: No rating
Awareness of the long term care that’s needed for someone diagnosed with depression is just as important as recognizing the symptoms themselves. more...
SUICIDE PREVENTION: ACKNOWLEDGING THE GROWING PROBLEM

Press Release: SUICIDE PREVENTION: ACKNOWLEDGING THE GROWING PROBLEM

U.S. Suicide Rate at 30-Year High

Friday, September 15, 2017/Author: Behavioral Health Staff/Number of views (673)/ Article rating: No rating
This prevention must be practiced every single day. more...
BATTLE OVER MEDICAID EXPANSION CONTINUES

Press Release: BATTLE OVER MEDICAID EXPANSION CONTINUES

Dr. Joseph Troiani Takes Case to Washington

Monday, June 5, 2017/Author: Behavioral Health Staff/Number of views (1202)/ Article rating: 1.0
Continued expansion of Medicaid Coverage at the state level must continue, Dr. Troiani says. more...
KENNEDY FORUM LEADS THE WAY: BRINGING BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CARE PROPER RESPECT

Press Release: KENNEDY FORUM LEADS THE WAY: BRINGING BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CARE PROPER RESPECT

Tuesday May 9th "On the Table" Breakfast Event a Call to Action

Monday, May 8, 2017/Author: Behavioral Health Staff/Number of views (1601)/ Article rating: 5.0
The goal: removing the stigma that often prevents Behavioral Health from receiving the same priority as all other forms of health care. more...
CHILDREN'S MENTAL HEALTH: IT'S UP TO TODAY'S ADULTS AND KIDS TO GET INVOLVED

Press Release: CHILDREN'S MENTAL HEALTH: IT'S UP TO TODAY'S ADULTS AND KIDS TO GET INVOLVED

Both the Older and Younger Must Know When to Take Action

Tuesday, May 2, 2017/Author: Behavioral Health Staff/Number of views (1924)/ Article rating: No rating
“How are we, as a society, doing when it comes to being aware and caring about the mental health of our kids?” more...
MESSAGE FOR FUTURE SOCIAL WORKERS: "ADVOCATE FOR THOSE YOU SERVE"

Press Release: MESSAGE FOR FUTURE SOCIAL WORKERS: "ADVOCATE FOR THOSE YOU SERVE"

Will Co Health Dept Behavioral Health Leader Rallies USF Students

Tuesday, April 25, 2017/Author: Behavioral Health Staff/Number of views (1930)/ Article rating: No rating
“A clinical psychologist will look at me and say, ‘You think and act like a social worker.’ And I just say, “Good!” more...
WILL COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT'S INTERVENTION COUNSELING WILL CONTINUE AT JTHS CAMPUSES

Press Release: WILL COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT'S INTERVENTION COUNSELING WILL CONTINUE AT JTHS CAMPUSES

Having Counselors Right There on Campus Proves to be Big Advantage

Monday, April 24, 2017/Author: Behavioral Health Staff/Number of views (2079)/ Article rating: No rating
Front line intervention” can not only help prevent on campus incidents, but also help get students in need of counseling on the right path. more...
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