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Medication Refills during the Holidays

The holidays are a busy time of the year for everyone. Pharmacies and Prairie View offices will be closed some days, as well as postal services not available. Please review your medication supply. Do you have enough to last through each of the upcoming holidays? If you need refills, call your pharmacy and allow extra time to fill your prescriptions. For those written prescriptions that require a physician’s signature, please call Prairie View and allow a week or more before your medications will be needed. Thank you for planning ahead for your medication needs. May you enjoy your holidays!

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Five Tips for a Successful Job Interview

November 11, 2014

by Chris Zuercher, director of Prairie View’s Vocational Service Program For those with a severe and persistent mental illness, finding employment can be challenging, but possible. Consider these job interview tips: Be brief, concise and on target with your answers. Make the conversation about the employers’ needs. If you have a “past”, address it. Nobody’s […]

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Toys that Promote Learning and Development

October 27, 2014

By guest blogger Lois Neace, a child and family therapist, licensed specialist clinical social worker and registered play therapist-supervisor, at Prairie View, Inc. If you are trying to find toys to promote learning and development in your children there are some basic things you need to know. Children develop physically, emotionally, socially, cognitively and behaviorally. You want […]

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