Thrive Behavioral Health, Inc. Posts Tagged as mental health

Thrive Behavioral Health, Inc. Posts Tagged as mental health

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Staffing Shortage Publicized by ProJo

Staffing Shortage Publicized by ProJo

Published 10/13/2021

Behavioral Health Agencies Sound the Alarm Staffing Shortage leaves Rhode Island's Neediest Without Services by G. Wayne Miller of The Providence Journal.Photo Credits: The Providence JournalPublished October 10, 2021 WOONSOCKET — One recent day, Christa Thomas-Sowers sat outside discussing the workforce crisis that her agency and others in the community behavioral-health field are experiencing — and its calamitous...

Thrive's Emergency Services Program Manager Featured in ProJo

Thrive's Emergency Services Program Manager Featured in ProJo

Published 07/02/2021

He survived a suicide jump from Pell Bridge. Now he aims to help others via Facebook. By G. Wayne Miller, The Providence Journal Photo credit: The Providence Journal NEWPORT — Mark Gonsalves was experiencing severe and seemingly unstoppable depression in June 2015 when he drove to the top of the Pell Bridge, parked his car, and leaped over the railing. Unlike so...

Thrive & CODAC's MAT Program Featured in ProJo

Thrive & CODAC's MAT Program Featured in ProJo

Published 06/11/2021

From Hell to Hope: One man's journey from opiate addiction to recovery through state prison's pioneering treatment program. By G. Wayne Miller of The Providence Journal Published June 10, 2021; Photo Credits: The Providence Journal   WARWICK — Anthony Perito, 39, says he was in elementary school when he started using drugs. “I was a big fan of Fred Flintstones chewables,”...

Delivering Uncompromising Care During COVID: Thrive's ACT Teams

Delivering Uncompromising Care During COVID: Thrive's ACT Teams

Published 04/15/2021

By Sarah Channing, Director of Development & Digital Media, Thrive Behavioral Health Over a year into the COVID-19 pandemic, 40% of Americans 18 and older are experiencing increased symptoms of anxiety and depression. Substance use has skyrocketed as more and more people turn to alcohol and drugs to cope with their increased isolation, uncertainties and stress. Even as...

American Rescue Plan Will Fund Behavioral Health Organizations

American Rescue Plan Will Fund Behavioral Health Organizations

Published 03/10/2021

The following is an article published on March 10, 2021 by Ryan M. Belmore, Owner and Publisher of WhatsUpNwpt. Funding for mental health, substance use treatment heading to RI as part of American Rescue Plan   U.S. Senator Sheldon Whitehouse today announced that the final version of the American Rescue Plan approved by the Senate over the weekend includes robust...

National Council for Behavioral Health Awards $1,000 to Thrive

National Council for Behavioral Health Awards $1,000 to Thrive

Published 12/11/2020

WARWICK, RI (December 18, 2020)  – Thrive Behavioral Health, Inc. has been awarded $1,000 in grant funding by the National Council for Behavioral Health. The funds were awarded through the National Council COVID-19 Relief Fund and will be used to purchase Personal protective equipment. Commonly referred to as "PPE", the equipment will be distributed among Thrive's staff...