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St. Patrick's Day

Drinking Green Beer? Use a Designated Driver!

Remember: Buzzed Driving is Drunk Driving. St. Patrick’s Day celebrations in America date back to the country’s founding. While this year’s celebration may look a little different in your hometown, however you celebrate, make sure you and your friends stay safe this St. Paddy’s Day.

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Preventing Accidental Poisoning – Tips to Keep Your Home Safe

Each year, around 50,000 people in Kentucky call the poison control hotline. Most accidental poisonings can be avoided with simple preparation in the home.

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Know The Signs For Depression in Children & Adolescents

Occasional feelings of sadness or unhappiness are a normal part of growing up. However, if children or adolescents are sad, irritable, or no longer enjoy everyday activities for a long period of time, it may be a sign that they are suffering from depression.

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How You Can Help Children of Addiction

We are recognizing Children of Addiction Awareness Week, February 8 - 14 to help break the silence for children impacted by addiction. One in four children are impacted by parental addiction – and these children are more vulnerable to developing an addiction themselves.

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Tips to Maintain Your Mental Health During Times of Stressful News

The news didn't used to be like this. Not so long ago, we consumed our news in two, maybe three big chunks. Over breakfast with the morning paper; after dinner with the evening news; and occasionally, if something monumental happened, during a breaking news alert.

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First Steps Tele-Interventions Help Children Meet Milestones

As we continue to endure the COVID-19 pandemic, our children’s developmental skills can be affected. With limited opportunities to interact with other children, parents may be unsure of their child’s developmental milestones.

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Tips for Navigating the Holiday Season During COVID-19

This year, the holidays will present a unique set of challenges as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect our normal activities. Here are some things to keep in mind as you navigate the upcoming holiday season.

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New Drop-In Center and Therapeutic Rehabilitation Program Open in Richmond

New Vista has launched two new programs in Richmond, Kentucky, as part of a new Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic (CCBHC) grant to expand mental health and substance use services in Clark, Estill, Madison, Powell and Fayette counties. 

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New Vista and LexArts Partner for Downtown Lexington Mural

Thanks to a recent partnership with LexArts, downtown Lexington will be gaining a new addition to its mural scene in the Spring of 2021. Many murals can be found in downtown Lexington, communicating the creativity, beauty and culture of the Central Kentucky community.

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Red Ribbon Week

Celebrate Red Ribbon Week Virtually

Red Ribbon Week is a celebration of living a drug free life, and this year it's happening October 23-31. It is usually celebrated in schools but since this year is a little different here are 6 ways to celebrate either at home, with a neighborhood or at school.

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Announcement of New President and Chief Executive Officer for New Vista, Central Kentucky’s Community Mental Health Center

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE August 10, 2020 – The New Vista Board of Directors is pleased to announce the selection of Dee Werline as the next President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of New Vista.

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New Vista Opens New First Steps Office in Elizabethtown

New Vista opened a new First Steps office in Elizabethtown in July 2020, offering early intervention services for children with a developmental delay. The First Steps program, previously operated by the Lincoln Trail District Health Department, is now part of the New Vista First Steps team.

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