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Taking Control: Part 1

Henry had come to town to be with his father, who was in failing health.  He thought he’d stay a week or two and then return home.  However, his father began opening up and engaging in deeper talks, something Henry never had when he was younger. Henry was getting insight

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Shared by Aaron Karmin, LCPC, Contributing Blogger June 21, 2018

Don’t Take The Last Run: Advice From My Father

My sister and me in Taos, New Mexico, circa 1984. Look how happy we are. I think it’s because we didn’t take the last run. Ahem. Father’s Day is coming up this weekend, which has got me thinking about my Dad. He gave me a lot of advice over the

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Shared by Carla Naumburg, Ph.D, Contributing Blogger June 21, 2018

Tribute Concert June 30 Benefits GCB

CINCINNATI SAYS GOODBYE TO THE FAITHFUL DEPARTED Local musicians gather to pay tribute to the late Dolores O’Riordan with multi-act show benefitting Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health. To the Faithful Departed—a tribute to the music of Dolores O’Riordan and The Cranberries, a concert honoring the much-beloved band and its late lead

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Shared by Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services June 20, 2018

Interactive Voice Response system provides case information 24/7

If you have a question about your benefits, you can check our Interactive Voice Response system any time.  View Original Source (HCJFS.org) Here.

Foster care cases increasing

Fox19 shares a great story of adoption that highlights the increased need for foster care in Hamilton County.  View Original Source (HCJFS.org) Here.

HCJFS fights elder abuse

June is Elder Abuse Prevention Month and a recent story on WCPO.com highlights the ways HCJFS’ helps senior citizens.  Huey Delp is just one of the roughly 500 victims of abuse that we help each year. Friday, June 15 is Wear Purple Day, please wear purple to help raise awareness

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Shared by Moira Weir, Director of HCJFS June 14, 2018

GCB a Top Workplace for Nine Straight Years

GREATER CINCINNATI BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES A WINNER OF THE GREATER CINCINNATI AND NORTHERN KENTUCKY AREA  2018 TOP WORKPLACES AWARD FOR THE NINTH STRAIGHT YEAR CINCINNATI, OH JUNE 11 – GREATER CINCINNATI BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES (GCB) has been awarded a 2018 Top Workplaces honor by The Cincinnati Enquirer. The list is

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Shared by Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services June 13, 2018

If You’re So Smart, Why Aren’t You Happy?

For some of us, happiness is not a given. We have to earn it. We have to work and struggle to prove we deserve it. Too many of us are working at it in an unhealthy way and wondering why our happiness is getting farther away instead of closer.  The

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Shared by Aaron Karmin, LCPC, Contributing Blogger June 13, 2018

Anxiety: We Worry Because We Care

Anxiety is a completely normal physical response to protect ourself against a threat.  It’s not ‘crazy’, ‘bitchy’, or controlling, and it is not a weakness to worry. There is a primitive part of the brain that’s geared toward driving our attention to threats. When it does, the body surges with

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Shared by Aaron Karmin, LCPC, Contributing Blogger June 13, 2018

FAMILY Fund in the news.

Our FAMILY Fund was in the news recently on WCPO.   It’s a great way to help foster children afford the things others may take for granted.  For example, the agency might not have funds to cover a foster child’s expenses to participate in an after-school sport, wear a cap and

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Shared by Moira Weir, Director of HCJFS June 12, 2018

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