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Nye distributes $1.3 million to help housing and mental health initiatives

Nye County officially launched its ARPA grant programs and the first round of grant applications from nonprofits in the region were heard at the first meeting of the Nye County Commission in December. Six in all, they received a very mixed reaction from the board of directors, with two approved, two refused and two others …

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Edward Avedisian, clarinetist who donated $100 million to BU medical school, dies at 85 - The Boston Globe

Edward Avedisian, clarinetist who donated $100 million to BU medical school, dies at 85 – The Boston Globe

Fast forward A look at the news and events that shape the day, delivered a few times a week with a side of humor and a dash of attitude. “I didn’t want anything with my name on it,” Mr Avedisian told BU in September. “But he said, ‘I will only do it if your name …

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Youngkin Proposes $230 Million Behavioral Health Overhaul - Virginia Mercury

Youngkin Proposes $230 Million Behavioral Health Overhaul – Virginia Mercury

HENRICO — Describing Virginia’s current behavioral health system as being in “crisis,” Gov. Glenn Youngkin on Wednesday outlined a sweeping $230 million plan to close gaps in how the state cares for adults and children. children facing mental health, substance abuse and other behavioral issues. “The Commonwealth behavioral health safety net is not equipped to …

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Price Charities is leading a $3.5 million campaign to train more mental health workers

Price Charities is leading a $3.5 million campaign to train more mental health workers

A coalition of government and private philanthropy took a step toward solving the region’s mental health workforce shortage on Tuesday with the unanimous approval of a $3.5 million project that aims to train a large range of mental health workers. Price Charities, long known for its work on mental health issues, has pledged $2.5 million …

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$3.5 million to help IU School of Medicine study brain disorders

$3.5 million to help IU School of Medicine study brain disorders

The judges Kerry Erickson, Acting Editor, The Times of Northwest Indiana Kerry Ericson Tony V. Martin, dossier, The Times Kerry Erickson is the acting editor of the Times of Northwest Indiana. Erickson holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism from Eastern Illinois University and served as an associate feature editor and overnight editor at The Times. …

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What the IU School of Medicine will do with a $400 million gift from IU Health

What the IU School of Medicine will do with a $400 million gift from IU Health

Last year, IU Health donated $400 million to the IU School of Medicine. Dr. Jay L. Hess, dean of the medical school, said the funds will be distributed over three years and across multiple projects, including support for residency and scholarship opportunities in hopes more graduates decide to work in Indiana in health care and …

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Week digest: I feel like I have a million dollars for my child’s prescription flu meds | Emma Brockes

Monday With the alarming news about this winter’s ‘triple epidemic’ – increasing numbers of RSV, flu and Covid cases, especially in children – when my child’s fever reached 103F late Monday, I did something thing i hate: dragging her around the corner to emergency care, the 24-hour walk-in clinic where, for $150, you can be …

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LCMC argues for $150 million acquisition of three HCA-owned Tulane hospitals

LCMC argues for $150 million acquisition of three HCA-owned Tulane hospitals

LCMC’s plan to acquire three HCA-owned Tulane hospitals for $150 million went public in Baton Rouge Thursday in one of the final regulatory steps required before the sale can proceed. At a well-attended public hearing in Baton Rouge, hospital and university officials argued for the purchase from the Louisiana attorney general’s office as a sea …

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'Many of you were thrilled to see me again': Renowned bodybuilder disappoints 4 million fans with gloomy pre-2022 update Mr. Olympia

‘Many of you were thrilled to see me again’: Renowned bodybuilder disappoints 4 million fans with gloomy pre-2022 update Mr. Olympia

Sadik Hadzovic is basking in the glory of winning the 2022 Pittsburgh Pro Bodybuilding Championship. After watching such an incredible performance, it was a shock to around 4 million fans when he decided to skip Mr. Olympia 2022. ADVERTISING The article continues below this ad Sadik was born in Bosnia and Herzegovina before moving to …

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The north side of the Sacramento County Main Jail, seen Tuesday, Nov. 2, 2021, stands blocks away from major downtown landmarks.

Sacramento County will spend $450 million on improvements to the downtown jail. Why it’s controversial

The north side of the Sacramento County Main Jail, seen on Tuesday, Nov. 2, 2021, is just blocks from major downtown landmarks. Xavier Mascarenas xmascarenas@sacbee.com The Sacramento County Board of Supervisors has approved a $450 million proposal to build a new drop-in and mental health clinic at the main jail, an “extraordinary expense” intended to …

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