31 results for the keyword search: "hope"

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Get Help Now

…hopelessness Are having difficulty dealing with life stresses Suffer from intense anger or other emotional or substance abuse crises Compassionate, trained professionals are available 24-hours a day, 7 days a week. Callers will receive counseling, guidance and direction for receiving prompt evaluative and treatment services DBHIDS 24-Hour Suicide Crisis &…


The Recovery-Focused Transformation of an Urban Behavioral Health Care System

…hope, empowerment, choices, and opportunities that promote people reaching their full potential as individuals and community members.


Rise and Shine Mural Tour

…A new season of Porch Light tours is upon us! We are so grateful to be partnering with the City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program on the "Rise and Shine Mural Tour" inspired by James Burns' stunning mural The North Philadelphia Beacon Project. Take this opportunity to see beautiful public art and…


Holiday Spirit, Now and Year Round

…Marcella A. Maguire, PhD  Director for DBH Homeless Services As the weather turns colder, and the holidays beckon, one group of DBHIDS staff and providers are gearing up for the most intense time of the year. Winter, colder temperatures, and ‘Code Blue’s mean that people who live on our streets…


In Wellness, Art Takes Center Stage

…Typically, the worst part of any great performance is when it’s over, but that wasn’t the case at a recent performance I attended as part of the 13th Annual First Person Arts Festival in Philadelphia. It was what happened after the curtain came down that I found most riveting: an…


Empire of Stigma

…David Monico, MPH Public Health Program Analyst Television can captivate a wide audience; it can also serve to educate viewers about important topics, like mental illness. 


TRANSFORMATION: See it. Believe it.

…According to Webster’s dictionary, the definition of transformation is a complete or major change in someone's or something's appearance, form, etc.


Myths and Facts of Tobacco and Mental Illness

…Myth: Persons with mental illness and substance use disorders can’t quit smoking. Fact: Persons with mental illness and substance use disorders can successfully quit using tobacco at rates similar to the general population.


The Power of Joining Together:  Recovery Walks! & #UNITE

…Andrea Brooks Manager of Provider Development and Transformation Initiatives DBHIDS Brooke Feldman Project Coordinator PRO-ACT When former DBHIDS team member, Brooke Feldman, passed the torch as lead captain of Team DBHIDS for PRO-ACT’s Recovery Walks! to Manager of Provider Development and Transformation Initiatives, Andrea Brooks in 2014, it signified the…


Celebrating the Spectrum!

…Carly Banes, MSW Person First Community Based Services Coordinator Community-Based Services Development Unit, DBHIDS “I am so glad to see these conversations are happening amongst behavioral health providers.” 


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