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Archive for July 2019

Water of Life: Genesis 1 and 2

Story 1:  We traveled nearly 2000 miles in early May, from Kansas to Illinois, to Indiana, to Ohio, and back again.  It was 10 days of thunderstorms, showers, blustery wind, cloudiness, and driving in windshield wiper mania! Everywhere we went, the creeks and rivers were swollen, puddles filled every rut, and we shivered with temperatures…

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Waking Up To Life

If You Are An Attempt Survivor For every one person that dies by suicide, 280 people think seriously about suicide but do not die. Recovery is possible, but it will take time to heal both physically and emotionally. Follow these recommendations from the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: Find an activity you enjoy. Self-care is important…

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Understanding the Warning Signs of Suicide

While suicide may be uncomfortable to discuss, recent information disclosed by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) makes it evident that there needs to be ongoing and increased dialogue about suicide. In June 2018, the CDC released findings that showed that the overall rate of suicide in the United States increased 25.4 percent…

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North Newton Community Foundation Impact Fund awards Prairie View $1,000 grant

Newton, Kan. (July 11, 2019) – Prairie View is pleased to announce that it has received a $1,000 grant from the North Newton Community Foundation Impact Fund through North Newton Community Foundation affiliate of Central Kansas Community Foundation. The organization will use the funds for providing additional support of Prairie View clinical staff to provide…

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