Host Jim Robertson, Managing Editor at Columbia Daily Tribune, welcomes guests:
Jared Torbet, Licensed Counselor at Phoenix Health, Dr. Luke Buffaloe, MU Health, Officer Jason Jones, Columbia Police Department
and Leigh Spence, Director of Counseling at Battle High School
Original Air Date: Apr 14, 2016
Our family seminar is open to the community, there is still time to attend, please contact Greg Carbins at 573.875.8880 Ext 2123 for details.
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Paul Pepper visits with Heather Harlan of Phoenix Health Programs about Brain Awareness Week. Heather says, “substance use issues are chronic brain health issues” and “90% of addictions begin during adolescence.” Original Air Date – March 18, 2016
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Today the Boone County Community Services Department released their 2015 Boone County Community Services Department: Annual Report and Program Directory. We are excited to share all the work, accomplishments, and contributions made by each organization over this past year.
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by Brittany Crocker, Published in the Columbia Missourian on March 17th, 2016.
“The drug has become a scourge in the North Central Columbia homeless community”
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by GUOHAO CHEN – Published in Columbia Missourian, February 17th, 2016
COLUMBIA — Phoenix Health Programs welcomed its first client to a new women’s residential wing at midnight on Feb. 2 — just minutes after the wing was officially opened to treat women with substance abuse problems.
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From KOMU Channel 8 News, Originally aired February 1st, 1016:
COLUMBIA – A recovery center will provide more services to women with substance abuse issues.
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By Jodie Jackson Jr, Columbia Daily Tribune, Monday, January 25th, 2016
After providing detoxification and treatment for drug and alcohol abuse to men for 41 years, Phoenix Health Programs will open its first wing for women next Monday.
Heather Harlan, prevention and treatment engagement specialist at Phoenix, said the opening of a women’s treatment facility will be a “historic occasion.”