By Maryann Kuzila, LPCC-S, Neighborhood Family Practice behavioral health therapist
Our patients report feeling very supported by our team approach to their care. At NFP, it’s our belief that everyone deserves access to care regardless of
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It’s hard to imagine the slight frame of Tracie Chandler supporting 240 pounds. But for years that’s the burden she endured—a burden that led to a debilitating combination of physical and mental health problems that
As the deadline to file your taxes looms, you may be wondering if you're getting back the biggest bang for your buck. With various changes to the tax laws, requirements and complexity of filing, it's no
“United Way, by funding an organization like Magnolia Clubhouse, is so important because everybody needs help and everybody needs support."
Refusing to disappear: Abuse victim overcomes the darkness of mental illness to become a shining light
The month of March is known as Women’s History Month and March 8 is International Women’s Day. A day to celebrate the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women. There are many local and
Black history month is a time to reflect on the contributions of black Americans to our country beyond slavery. And it’s fitting that we take a full month to highlight and discuss the history and
“Do you know what this month is?” asked my 5th grade teacher, Ms. Moore, one day in the middle of class.
I remember the moment as if it was yesterday. I was nine years old and
America has a long history of individuals who have toiled and labored to combat social issues in poverty, justice, education and other areas to create the foundation we have today for the social service field.