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The Valley Blurb
Wabash Valley Community Foundation West Terre Haute Award
Valley Professionals received funding in the amount of $50,000 as a result of successfully completing the $1 for $2 challenge grant issued by the Wabash Valley Community Foundation.
Valley Professionals and Union Health Debut Expanded Facility
Valley Professionals Community Health Center and Union Health Clinton held a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the completion of their collaborative expansion project. This project will enhance the community’s access to the exceptional rural health care and specialty care these organizations are known for.
2020 Annual Report
We hope you take a moment to glance at the highlights of Valley Professionals in our 2020 Annual Report. As we look back at a year unlike any other, we would like to say thank you to the community for their unwavering support and our incredible team for their continued hard work and dedication.
May: High Blood Pressure Education Month
Hypertension, AKA High Blood Pressure, AKA “The Silent Killer”. If you think you might have high blood pressure, or if you have a family member who has been diagnosed and you have never been tested, please schedule an appointment with your primary care provider today!
Mental health counseling can benefit people struggling with emotional difficulties, life challenges, and mental health concerns. In therapy, people learn to cope with symptoms that may not respond to treatment right away. Research shows the benefits of therapy last longer than medication alone.
Child Abuse Prevention Month
Each year, the Children’s Bureau releases a detailed report of national data about child abuse and neglect known to child protective services agencies in the United States. The 2019 Child Maltreatment Report is an important resource relied upon by researchers, practitioners, and advocates throughout the world.
Alcohol Awareness Month
Alcohol Awareness Month is a national public health awareness campaign sponsored by the National Council for Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (NCADD). It takes place every April. Alcohol Awareness Month was developed in order to increase awareness and understanding of the causes and treatment of one of our nation’s top public health problems: alcoholism.
February is American Heart Month!
Did you know that people who have close relationships at home, work, or in their community tend to be healthier and live longer? One reason, according to the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI), is that we’re more successful at meeting our health goals when we work on them with others.