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Employees Complete Mental Health First Aid Training

Everett Bradley, director of Prairie View’s Adventure and Recreational Therapy team, and Debbie Lacy-Sisco, licensed master social worker (LMSW) at Prairie View, recently completed a five-day interactive training session with a presentation and exam to become certified Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) instructors. As instructors, Bradley and Lacy-Sisco are now available to teach the 12-hour…

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Leaving a Legacy: Pamela Burns Retires from Prairie View

Public is invited to open house, reception A Prairie View News Release from 04/20/2016 For Immediate Release Prairie View, Inc. – 1901 E. First St. – Newton, KS 67114 NEWTON, Kan. (04/20, 2016) – After 29 years of meaningful and life-changing service both for herself and for her clients at Prairie View, Inc., Pamela Burns,…

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Focus:Recovery – Understand the Ripple Effect in Community Recovery

A Prairie View News Release NEWTON, Kan. (03/08, 2016) – The ripple effect of a traumatic event impacts communities in a number of ways. Creating a new normal takes time and can be difficult. As a community we must focus on recovery. Please join Prairie View, Inc. for a free educational event.  Hear from skilled…

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