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Southwest Folklife Alliance

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Health Care Advocates Is The Go-to Place

Read what one financial expert says about HealthCare Advocates

HealthCare Advocates & Woman’s Day Magazine Following up with the Today Show interview, this month’s Woman’s Day Magazine writes about why families should use HealthCare Advocates. Why use HealthCare Advocates? One expert states the obvious: “Googling cancer just freaked me out, because they give you . . . → Read More: Health Care Advocates Is The Go-to Place

There is help in Tucson

In the aftermath of the shooting in Tucson January 8, leaving six dead and 13 wounded, allegedly by a young man suffering from mental illness, there were a number of articles published on what could be done to prevent such tragedies in the future. Although the consensus was, “there are no fool-proof solutions,” the . . . → Read More: There is help in Tucson

Latest Articles on Community Change

“Pat Martin moved into the Myers neighborhood in 1968 with her husband and four children. It was a quiet place that felt safe.” . . . → Read More: Latest Articles on Community Change

Horse Therapy

Tristen Gauna tries to get Daisy's attention

A new approach to helping kids ages six to 17 years old with personal and interpersonal problems uses silent feedback from horses called Equine Assisted Psychotherapy. It is being piloted in two Vail district elementary schools in Pima County near Tucson.

I was invited to observe . . . → Read More: Horse Therapy

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2009 Mental Health Insurance Legislation Revisited

Clarke Romans, executive director of NAMISA

The federal government passed a law in 2009 requiring all employers with 50+ employees who provided insurance for mental and physical illness to insure the coverage was equal. It took effect in January. With so much debate over national health care, . . . → Read More: Mental Health Parity on Insurance