Learn about how falls can be prevented in older adults and be screened for services privately in your home, community of faith, or other convenient location.
We all need to find our “happy place” sometimes. Whether that’s a real place or just a state of mind, the programs, tips and information below can help you find yours.
Falls Prevention Program
Behavioral Health Program
Program funded: February 2015 – February 2017
Coordinated by Community Health Center of Snohomish (CHC) and two behavioral health partners – Center for Human Services and Integrative Psychological and Social Services (iPASS) – this program links CHC patients to mental health support.
Heath Access Program for Underserved Communities
Program funded: July 2015 – September 2016
Lutheran Community Services Northwest (LCSNW) is working to help underserved residents of South Snohomish County learn more about their health and ways to improve it.
Music Futures Therapy Program
Program Funded: December 2014 – November 2016
Making music is fun — and strengthens coping skills.
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Tips & Info
Yoga is a mind-body practice that combines physical poses, controlled breathing, and meditation or relaxation. Yoga may help reduce stress, lower blood pressure and lower your heart rate. And almost anyone can do it.Learn More
Is your glass half-empty or half-full? How you answer this age-old question about positive thinking may reflect your outlook on life, your attitude toward yourself, and whether you’re optimistic or pessimistic — and it may even affect your health.Learn More
As the school year unfolds for students, balancing mental health with other responsibilities can be a challenge.Learn More
Depression and diet may be related. Several studies have found that people who ate a poor quality diet were more likely to report symptoms of depression.Learn More
Women are nearly twice as likely as men to be diagnosed with depression. Read on to learn more about what contributes to depression in women.Learn More
Do you know how much time youth spend on phones or other devices? What about TV? (The answer is, on average, 6.5 hours per day.) How is this time spent staring at screens impacting their health? Parenting a teenager today is different than it was 20 or even 10 years ago.Learn More
Six years ago, Kevin Breel almost committed suicide. “I was just a 17-year-old kid sitting in my room scared and alone on my bed with a bottle of pills,” the public speaker, stand-up comedian, author and mental health activist told those gathered to hear him speak Monday at the Lynnwood Convention Center.Learn More
The holiday season often brings unwelcome guests — stress and depression. But with some practical tips, you can minimize the stress that accompanies the holidays.Learn More
Expand your stress management toolkit by mastering these four strategies for coping with stress: avoid, alter, accept, and adapt.Learn More
Feeling your stress levels increase with fall kicking in? Stress increases the hormone cortisol that can wreak havoc on your appetite leading to overeating and weight gain.Learn More