Local Police Departments Joining Mental Health Initiative

Lisa SchumacherArticles, Wasatch In The News

SPANISH FORK – Local police departments are joining a campaign they say will help them better handle an issue they face every day; mental health. “There was an individual that had taken some blankets and towels and was wrapping them around mailboxes and different things and was talking to himself loudly,” said Lt. Brandon Anderson of the Spanish Fork Police … Read More

Are you SAD? 10 Tips to Beat Back Seasonal Affective Disorder

Lisa SchumacherArticles, Wasatch In The News

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The inversion from Eagle Mountain looking east. Following a snow storm which lifted the inversion, this picture taken on Saturday, Jan. 2, 2010. PATRICK SMITH/Daily Herald From the Daily Herald.  15 January 2016.  Cathy Allred|Daily Herald The change of seasons is part of the beauty of living in Utah Valley, but it can be a time of turmoil for those … Read More

Wasatch In The News: Needy Adults are Often Last To Get Help

Lisa SchumacherArticles, Wasatch In The News

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Photo:  Linda Rose, left, takes toys off the shelves with fellow volunteer Jana Pilkington while sorting through gifts for families in need Tuesday, December 15, 2015, at Community Action Services in Provo. DOMINIC VALENTE, Daily Herald From the Daily Herald.  12/15/2015  by Barbara Christiansen (DAILY HERALD) Needy Adults are Often Last to Get Help Just as it’s more difficult for … Read More