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Prairie View receives grant for Youth Mental Health First Aid training

NEWTON, Kan. (Feb. 26, 2020) – Prairie View is pleased to announce that it has received a $2,500 grant from the Hillsboro Impact Fund through the Hillsboro Community Foundation, an affiliate of the Central Kansas Community Foundation. Funds will be used to provide Youth Mental Health First Aid training to Hillsboro USD 410 teacher. “Just…

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Prairie View Receives State Award for Housing Assistance

NEWTON, Kan. (Jan. 31, 2020) – Prairie View Inc. has been awarded a $50,000 Tenant Based Rental Assistance (TBRA) grant from the Kansas Housing Resources Corporation (KHRC) to help people with severe mental illness afford safe and decent housing. TBRA awards are funded through the federal HOME Investments Partnership program administered by KHRC. The grant…

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After the Affair

If you just learned your partner had an affair, you are most likely wondering how on earth you can possibly handle this. You may be asking yourself, How can I live with my partner when I know he or she has been with someone else? You may also be very focused on what others think…

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Settling up: A New Year’s tradition

I lived on a farm in southwestern Minnesota where New Year’s Day was special. My mother would make the dough for New Year’s Cookies. (“Porzelkie” is a Prussian word which means “tumbling over” because they turn over by themselves when dropped into the hot fat.) These doughy, delicious raisin fritters all doused with sugar, were…

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10 Tips for Setting New Year’s Resolutions

You’ve survived the hustle and bustle of the holiday season and are settling into a new year. You’ve made those New Year’s resolutions to lose the extra pounds, eat healthy, exercise every day, get organized, learn a new hobby, and save more and spend less. But by the time February rolls around, you’re telling yourself…

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Pornography: Is It Addictive?

“My husband lies. I can’t deal with it anymore. I feel like he’s cheating on me.” “I promise to stop viewing and do so for awhile, but then I go back to it.” “I don’t even enjoy it anymore, but I find myself viewing in between working on projects.” For many of us, the term…

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God’s Gift; Our Gift

And the Word became flesh and lived among us, and we have seen his glory, the glory as of a father’s only son, full of grace and truth. John 1:14 I have commented in the past that there are about 10 scripture passages that are my favorites—and John’s gospel, chapter 1, is certainly one of…

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How Big Is the Table?

I write this blog the week before Thanksgiving. There is absolutely no missing how important this holiday is to consumers in the USA. Television ads are now in full mode of shopping because, after all, Christmas is coming. Shop! Shop! Shop! Two weeks ago, a local store was already pushing Thanksgiving décor out of the…

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Heather Cornett, PhD, T-LMLP

Heather Cornett, T-LMLP

Location: East Wichita Treatment Specialties: Evaluation and treatment planning for individuals 18+ Psychological testing ages 6+ Neuropsychological testing ages 6+  

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