Thrive Behavioral Health, Inc. Posts Tagged as Community Partnerships

Thrive Behavioral Health, Inc. Posts Tagged as Community Partnerships

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Save the Dates: Open House & Comedy Night

Save the Dates: Open House & Comedy Night

Published 09/23/2019

Wednesday, October 23rd Press Conference & Art ReceptionCelebrating our New Name & RenovationsIncluding Works of Art Donated by Art Connection2756 Post Road, Warwick, RI 028865:00 PM to 7:00 PM Kindly RSVP to Sarah Channing schanning@thrivebhri.org or 401.738.1338 x335 Thursday, November 7th A Night of Laughter & LuckWith Funny4FundsEast Greenwich Veterans Fireman's Association80 Queen St, East Greenwich, RI 02818Doors Open:...

Thrive Behavioral Health Awarded CCBHC Grant

Thrive Behavioral Health Awarded CCBHC Grant

Published 06/03/2019

Newport Mental Health was recently awarded a $4 million federal grant, which targets under-insured children and adults with emerging and serious mental health conditions by providing an array of services and treatment. Thrive Behavioral Health, Inc. will act as a subcontractor on this grant. “I am proud to share that Thrive Behavioral Health and its Horizon...

 Discrimination & Mental Health Parity Workshop

Discrimination & Mental Health Parity Workshop

Published 05/16/2019

On Thursday, May 23, 2019 the RI Parity Initiative and RI Parent Information Network host "Discrimination & Mental Health Parity", a workshop for members of the community. Parity is the law, and insurance companies are required to provide coverage for mental health, including substance use disorder services, at the same level they cover physical health services....

ICC Hosts Seminar on Creating a Trauma Sensitive Community

ICC Hosts Seminar on Creating a Trauma Sensitive Community

Published 05/10/2019

On Wednesday, May 15, 2019 the Interfaith Counseling Center will host a presentation entitled "Creating a Trauma Sensitive Community". This presentation explores major concepts underlying a trauma informed approach to a caring community. Trauma can naturally stem from many places in our lives including loss, natural disaster, unwanted change, abuse, neglect, or exposure to violence....

NAMI Hosts Mental Health Advocacy Training

NAMI Hosts Mental Health Advocacy Training

Published 05/02/2019

On Wednesday, 8 May 2019 NAMI and the Mental Health Association of Rhode Island hosted "Mental Health Advocacy Training" at Butler Hospital's Ray Conference Center in Providence. The event, which is open to the public, will enhance participants' advocacy skills and help them to shape a powerful and personal story that will move policy makers....