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As students, parents and educators navigate through a school with the looming threat of COVID-19, a nonprofit that partners with school districts on 165 campuses, is expanding its mental health programs to meet students where they are.

Communities in Schools of Houston recently announced it is expanding its Mobile Mental Health Team and increasing their presence on more school campuses this fall. Last school year, the team covered 17 campuses across Houston. This year, they are expanding to 35.

Comprised of licensed mental health providers, the CIS Mobile Mental Health Team intends to provide flexible, intensive mental health support to

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The Ketchum community has direct access to vaccines and resources thanks to the Oklahoma State Department of Health Mobile Unit. 

They said this is their way of doing something good for families who might not have regular access to medical care. 

“We know a lot of folks around here who need help,” said Tommy Pameticky with TnT Insurance Group Inc. 

In the parking lot of TnT Insurance Group in Ketchum, you will find a new kind of community resource.

“We have vaccines that we carry with us, not just COVID vaccines but childhood immunizations, adult immunizations, and then this is

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ROBESON COUNTY, N.C. (WBTW) — Currently at UNC Health Southeastern, staff are having to use a mobile morgue because their on-site one is full due to COVID-19 deaths.

Joann Anderson, the hospital’s president and CEO took to social media to express her frustration and show the community the harsh reality the hospital is in. Anderson said hospital beds and the ICU are also full, causing a strain on hospital staff and resources.

“We had our highest census of COVID patients yesterday at 59. That’s the most we’ve had since this started. My fear, it’s just going to get worse over

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HONOLULU (KHON2) — The John A. Burns School of Medicine said its RV that serves as a mobile clinic to give free medical care was vandalized for the third time either late in the evening on Friday, Sept. 3, or in the early-morning hours of Saturday, Sept. 4.

The vehicle is called the “Hawaii H.O.M.E. (Houseless Outreach & Medical Education) Project RV,” and school officials said the RV was damaged twice before in 2021.

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The recent vandals sprayed graffiti on the van, which has been used

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LUMBERTON, N.C. (WMBF) – UNC Health Southeastern’s on-site morgue reached capacity twice in the month of August.

The hospital saw a record 39 COVID-19 related deaths last month, and officials said it left them with no choice but to ask the state for a mobile morgue.

“I don’t think any of us want to get to the point where we want to put a body in a refrigerated truck outside, that just seems wrong,” said Joann Anderson, UNC Health Southeastern CEO.

Anderson expressed her frustration over the rise in hospitalizations and deaths in a recent Facebook post.

She said they’ve

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Healthy Community Coalition has announced its upcoming schedule of free mobile health unit events, through which a variety of health screenings and education will be offered at each location. Screenings offered include blood pressure and cholesterol checks and body composition analysis.

September’s schedule is as follows: Wednesday, Sept. 8, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., Rangeley IGA, 2185 Main St. in Rangeley; and Wednesday, Sept. 15, 9 a.m. to noon, Edmunds Market, 1185 Rangeley Road in Phillips.

Staff also will be available to offer assistance with mammography and annual physical exam scheduling, as well as assistance to help cover related costs.

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