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2022: My New “Normal”

In recognition of Mental Health Awareness Month, Voice and Vision will be hosting a workshop via zoom presented by Philip Morrison, LCSW, on Friday, May 20th from 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM EST. In this interactive workshop, Phil will be focused on “2022: My New Normal.” Phil previously hosted a series of workshops during the pandemic that encouraged participants to look at their everyday lives and open up their perspectives, while challenging each to take advantage of the opportunities...

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Family & Community Connections SPOTLIGHT: Sarah Delricci, Parkwood Therapeutic Riding Center

Sarah Delricci with students at Parkwood Therapeutic Riding Center, Newtown, PA
Owner, Sarah DelRicci, can relate on a personal level with the children and adults she serves at Parkwood Therapeutic Riding Center (PTRC). Diagnosed with psoriasis at the age of 6, she recalls feeling different and experiencing the misunderstanding and isolation that often accompanies living with a disability. Living with pain and visible symptoms of her condition, she shared that people often asked questions or tried to help with a cure—she quickly shares with a smile, “Horses didn’t try that...

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Black History Month – Equality in Healthcare

Voice and Vision wants to recognize Black History Month each February, yet we believe people who are Black or African American should be honored and recognized all year long for their gifts, creativity, talents, and contributions that helped to make America the great nation she is today. The list is extensive of those who are publicized, yet there are thousands more throughout the centuries whose creative gifts touched every sphere of influence, and countless numbers of people whose selfless...

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Friendships – Celebrate Each Other!

Two friends at sunset
International Friendship month is February 2022. What would we be without our friends? Britannica.com defines friendship as a state of enduring affection, esteem, intimacy, and trust between two people. People who are friends talk to each other and spend time together. They trust one another, celebrate important things, and are supportive during troubling times. Friendships are good for our health. They can prevent isolation and loneliness and provide a chance to offer needed companionship,...

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Engaging Families: The Work Continues

I am happy to announce Voice and Vision’s recent webinar What is Family Engagement? Strategies for Supporting Families and their Loved Ones in Recovery and Beyond is now available to view on our website. I was so blessed to watch it live and pleased to hear Trish Caldwell, Vice-president at Recovery Centers of America, and Kathleen Morris Rosati, the parent of a young man challenged by addiction, emphasize the need to involve family members (or others important to a person) in substance use treatment.  Since...

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