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More good information from the Cache Suicide Prevention Coalition.
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This male Papillon was found on Tuesday, February, 22nd, in the area of 409 W. 300 S. He has a green camo collar, but no tags and no microchip. He was taken to New Vision Intake and Shelter at 1180 1/2 West 200 North. New Vision can be reached at 435-265-6040.
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Check this out from our friends at The Family Place.
This is a FREE, virtual, five-hour training for any adult to learn how to make a difference for youth experiencing a mental health related crisis or challenge.💛
March 9th, at 6PM MST, and March 10th at 8:30PM MST. You must attend both sessions.
🌟MUST Register BEFORE March 2nd at 4PM!
You can register at https://starfish.thefamilyplaceutah.org/#/form_submissions/internal_forms/43
Este entrenamiento virtual GRATUITO de cinco horas es para que todos los adultos aprendan cómo marcar la diferencia para los jóvenes que sufren de una crisis o un desafío relacionado con la salud mental.
9 de marzo a las 6PM, y 10 de marzo a las 8:30PM. EVENTO VIRTUAL
¡DEBE registrarse ANTES del 2 de marzo!
Puede registrarse en -- https://starfish.thefamilyplaceutah.org/#/form_submissions/internal_forms/43
The FDA has issued a warning for users of the common asthma/allergy medication called Singulair.
"We continue to receive reports of mental health side effects reported with montelukast use. Consistent with our prior evaluations, a wide variety of mental health side effects have been reported, including completed suicides."
Please consult with your doctor or pharmacist if you are taking this medication.
Boxed Warning about mental health side effects for Singulair Risks may include suicidal thoughts or actions
The Cache Suicide Prevention Coalition and United Way of Cache Valley are sponsoring a free community suicide training event on Thursday, January 27th ath the Cache Events Center.
Suicide Prevention Coalition holding awareness and education event on January 27th LOGAN – The Cache Suicide Prevention Coalition and United Way of Cache Valley is putting on a free community suicide training event on Thursday, Jan. 27, 2022 at the Cache Events Center to discuss Safe Messaging around suicide topics. Jimmy Birman, the executive director of United Way of Cache Val...
COVID testing in Logan is changing locations.
This is a wonderful activity our friends at The Family Place put on every year.
Treat the little princesses and princes in your life to a magical experience at our annual princess party! This event will be held IN PERSON in Castle Manor on Saturday, February 26th with two sessions available, 10-12 and 1:30-3:30. Your favorite princesses and princes will be there, participate in activities and crafts together, enjoy a small tea party, and more!
To purchase tickets, visit our website under "events", text "PP22" to 76278, or visit https://e.givesmart.com/events/oD8/ today!
¡Inviten a sus princesitas y príncipitos a una experiencia mágica en nuestra fiesta anual de princesas (Princess Party)! Este evento se llevará a cabo EN PERSONA dentro de Castle Manor el sábado 26 de febrero. Habran dos sesiones disponibles, 10:00 am-12:00 pm y 1:30 pm-3:30 pm. ¡Tendran la oportunidad de conozer a sus princesas y príncipes favoritos, participarán juntos en actividades y artes, disfrutarán el té juntos y más!
Para comprar boletos, visite nuestro sitio web bajo "eventos", envíe un mensaje de texto con "PP22" al 76278, o visite https://e.givesmart.com/events/oD8/ hoy mismo.
Our friends at The Family Place are offering a free class in recognizing the signs of mental illness and how to help people in need.
Mental Health First Aid is normally $170, but now is a FREE course thanks to a grant! Offered virtually to any adult interested on January 8th. Just as you can help someone having a heart attack, this course will help you to assist someone experiencing a mental health or substance use crisis. The Zoom ID will be given to those registered.
Sign up today by going to thefamilyplaceutah.org/events and scrolling down until you find the class, or you can call us at 435.752.8880
La clase de Primeros Auxilios para la Salud Mental (Mental Health First Aid) normalmente cuesta $170, pero ahora es un curso GRATIS ¡Gracias a una subvención! Estara disponible virtualmente el 8 de enero para todos los adultos interesados. Así como puede ayudar a alguien cuando tiene un ataque cardíaco, este curso le enseñará como ayudar a alguien que tiene una crisis de salud mental o una crisis debida al uso de sustancias. Le mandaremos el ID de Zoom despues de que se registre.
Regístrese hoy a thefamilyplaceutah.org/events o puede llamarnos al 435.752.8880
Desafortunadamente, esta clase aún no se ofrece en español.
There are some really awesome developments happening at the Institute for Disability Research, Policy and Practice at Utah State University. They are training local youth and their leaders to recognize mental health issues in themselves and others and to take steps to get help when needed.
New project is designed to help leaders identify mental health issues A new project from the Institute for Disability Research, Policy and Practice at Utah State University is designed to help youth leaders identify someone that might be experiencing a mental health issue and then find resources to treat those issues. Ty Aller is a researcher at the Institute who said...
Our friends at The Family Place are starting a program called Parents As Teachers that helps promote optimal early childhood development by working with parents and caregivers of children from prenatal to 5-years of age. They focus on learning and health of the child by helping the most influential teachers in the child's life.
Anyone with questions or who is interested in signing up can contact The Family Place at 435-752-8880 or online at https://thefamilyplaceutah.org/
Home - The Family Place Utah Strengthen Families And Protect Children Serving Cache, Rich, and Franklin Counties 16th Annual Blue Ribbon Benefit Dinner and Auction Therapy Services Our therapy services focus on two general needs in our community: strengthening family relationships and healing from trauma. We provide individual....
There appears to be something happening in our community and people need help. Please check out the SafeUT app or 24-hour help is available at 800-273-TALK. There are also many very qualified therapy providers in our area that are willing to help. There is even help available for people who have no insurance.
Local officials ponder recent Cache Valley suicide surge CACHE COUNTY – Local officials are mystified about the cause of a rash of suicides in Cache County in recent months. “We have been really concerned,” said Terryl Warner, director of Victim Services in the office of the Cache County Attorney. Warner also admitted to being puzzled by the total o...
Utah is doing some really interesting things in realm of helping teens with mental health struggles. NAMI is a wonderful community resource for anyone who has questions for themselves or a family member.
Ending the stigma and silence of mental health can help teens LOGAN – When Jayden Drake, a 22-year-old sophomore at Utah State University, was in his mid-teen’s he started to hallucinate. He saw spiders, big spiders that would chase him and he also started to hear voices. His worried parents took him to University of Utah Medical Center to find out what wa...
Bear River Health Department is continuing to offer COVID vaccinations. Check out the link below to register.
COVID-19 Vaccine Information - Bear River Health Department Vaccine For Individuals 70 and Older, K-12 Educators and Staff, Healthcare Providers and First Responders Beginning the week of January 25 our vaccine clinics will be available for anyone in the priority groups listed above. Limited doses of vaccine will be available and individuals must pre-registe...
Our friends at NAMI are offering free classes for teens with mental health conditions. The six-week course provides the opportunity for teens to connect with their peers who also may have mental health conditions.
Participants are taught how to recognize basic signs, symptoms, causes, treatment options, self-care, safety planning, recovery and advocacy. They learn in an interactive environment that includes discussions, activities, games, video clips, phone apps, and more.
NAMI Utah | Programs for Mental Illness - NAMI Utah's Progression For Teens, ages 13-18 with Mental Health Conditions Progression is a free 6-week course for teens with mental health conditions. Classes are taught through readings, interactive games, small group discussions and time for reflection. In addition, learning happens through video clips, phone apps, str...
If you have any Christmas shopping left and want to support our agency, visit smile.amazon.com and search for Family Institute of Northern Utah. A portion of your purchase will be donated to our non-profit who helps victims of abuse and domestic violence.
We would like to congratulate Krista Useche at the Family Place for her award. The Family Place is a great community partner that serves families in Cache Valley.
cachevalleydaily.com LOGAN – Krista Useche, Director of the Kid’s Place and Starfish Children’s Center, recently received the Utah Nonprofit Association’s Emerging Nonprofit Leader award. The award was presented at the virtual UNA Annual Conference
Please be safe from scammers using any crisis to take money from people. If you ever have questions, call the agency locally and directly.
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A very interesting graphic showing how 1 or 2 people can make a vast difference. Please avoid close contact, wash your hands, and stay home if you are ill. Your choices do matter.
This is a truly amazing and inspiring story at a time when people just need hope.
Today might seem like just another Wednesday to many of us, however we want to share with you why this particular Wednesday is more than that to us here at LCPD. In October of 2018, we hired Officer Johnson. She was so excited to be a part of the Logan City law enforcement family. Just prior to her graduation from the police academy, Officer Johnson was diagnosed with an aggressive form of breast cancer. Instead of starting her new career, Officer Johnson immediately began undergoing treatment for cancer, instead of getting into her uniform and police car. She went through chemotherapy, radiation and multiple surgeries for the next year. During all of this, she continued to be a wife, mother, and came to work with unparalleled positivity. She maintained this attitude during every visit we made to her during chemo, while recovering from surgeries and in the office as she continued to work through this illness. 18 months later, she finally received word she is CANCER FREE and cleared to return to work. Today, Officer Johnson climbed into that police car she worked so hard to get to. As a collective Logan City Police family, we are so proud of her. So, Happy Wednesday. Take a lesson from Officer Johnson in these current times, persevere, be positive in the face of adversity, get through it, it can be done, and we will make it through tough things. Congratulations Officer Johnson.
Due to the current health crisis, Family Institute is requesting that all of our clients cancel their appointments if they are showing any signs of an illness or believe that they might be coming down with something.
No late cancelation fees will be charged during this crisis. Also, those individuals attending groups need not be concerned that missing a group or an individual session will be counted against them. We will gladly work with case workers or probation officers on your behalf.
Please do not come in the office if you are ill, but call and we will gladly reschedule appointments. 435-752-1976.
Dr. Lauren Barnes, a therapist in the Provo area, shared this. I guess perspective matters a lot in how we see things.
This is good information for parents to be aware of in efforts to help kids stay safe.
This list originated with the Sarasota County Sheriff's Office in Florida. It started with 9 apps and has since increased to 15 apps after the arrest of 25 men in an online predator and human trafficking operation who were found to be using them at the time of their arrest. These apps can expose your children to bullying and unwanted sexual messages and can also give your child's location to strangers. Help protect your childen by:
~Approving every app on their phone
~Check the provacy settings
~Talk to your kids about phone use, apps and social media dangers
~Some apps may be more popular in certain areas, find out what is catching on in your region
You might want to check and see if you are missing a horse and contact the LCPD if this one is yours.😄
UPDATED INFO: OWNER LOCATED!
So, we've got a wayward horse, of course, to start off Tuesday. Are you missing a horse? It was running loose on 1000 S Park Avenue. If you own horses in that area or know someone who does, please check that all your horses are accounted for. Thanks!
Remembering Martin Luther King, Jr. today and a message of peace.
Great advice from some local friends.
Remember to think positively about yourself or do some sort of self-care today!
Need some tips on parent self-care? Check out our resource page at TheFamilyPlaceUtah.org/Resources
Our friends at the Cache Food Pantry provide a valuable service to our community and really need help this holiday season. Please share and contribute.
Updated info 11/23/19 8:18 am: Clara has been located and is safe! Thank you to all who shared and contacted us!
Please keep a look out for Clara Didericksen.
Updated info 11/23/19 8:18 am: Clara has been located and is safe! Thank you to all who shared and contacted us!
Updated info: Clara was last seen wearing pink pants, a red coat, and brown and green crocheted beanie. She was walking in Logan around 8:55 am on 11/21. Please continue to share and keep an eye out for her.
Hello Logan, have you seen Clara Didericksen? Last Seen: Thursday, November 21, 2019 around 9:00 am
Last Known Location: 1000 North Main, Logan, UT
Based on previous law enforcement incidents, the cold weather, and her inability to care for herself, we want to ensure her welfare.
If you have any information, please contact: Detective Matt Pearce at [email protected] or call (435) 716-9383. Please share.
Well done, USS Midway Museum.
In case you missed it, our Midway Foundation announced $696,000 in grants to 33 organizations serving veterans, active-duty military, first responders and their families yesterday as we kick-off weekend here in San Diego!
Leave a comment below to let us know how you will be celebrating veterans this weekend! 👇👇
Be careful of scammers. There sure seem to be a lot of them these days.
PLEASE BE ADVISED! We have received multiple phone calls regarding letters that are being left on windshields signed by Sheriff Jensen. THESE LETTERS ARE FAKE AND ARE NOT FROM THE SHERIFF OR THE CACHE COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE! If you find one of these letters on your vehicle, please disregard it. As a reminder, the Sheriff will never leave a letter on your windshield. If you have any concerns, please call our office 435-755-1000.
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