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Jonathan Duckett Named Chief Executive Officer

Jonathan Duckett Named Chief Executive Officer

Jonathan Duckett was recently named the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) at Haven Behavioral Hospital of Dayton.  Duckett was most recently the interim CEO and the Director of Risk Management and Performance Improvement at Haven. A graduate of the University of Tennessee with a bachelor of arts degree

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School Shootings and Mental Health

School Shootings and Mental Health

Our country has, once again, been devastated by a violent attack on innocent people.  On Valentine’s Day and Ash Wednesday, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida was the scene of a brutal assault where 17 students and teachers were killed, and 14 others injured.  This

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Operation Keep Warm

Operation Keep Warm
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Now Accepting Patients 25 and Older

Now Accepting Patients 25 and Older

Haven Behavioral Hospital of Dayton is pleased to announce the expansion of their inpatient behavioral health services to serve adults 25 years and older effective immediately. Haven is a 32-bed acute care inpatient behavioral health hospital located in the Medical Center at Elizabeth Place. To make a

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Mental Health & Addiction Professionals Holiday Connecting Event

Mental Health & Addiction Professionals Holiday Connecting Event
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Depression During the Holidays

Depression During the Holidays

In Norman Rockwell’s paintings, holidays are a time of joy, of families being together and peace on earth, good will toward men. But for many people, those paintings are far from reality. Loneliness can be especially acute. Family tensions can rise. The holidays can be anything but

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Lynne Routsong-Wiechers, LISW, Named Director of Referrals and Assessments

Lynne Routsong-Wiechers, LISW, Named Director of Referrals and Assessments

Lynne Routsong-Wiechers, LISW, was recently named the Director of Referrals and Assessments for Haven Behavioral Hospital of Dayton.  With over 24 years of behavioral health marketing, teaching/training and direct clinical practice, she holds a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Dayton and a Master’s Degree in Social

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Depression Screenings

Depression Screenings

Within the next three years, the anticipated leading cause of disability and the second contributor to global burden of disease, surprisingly, is depression.  Only heart disease surpasses depression in devastation when considering the number of years lost to disability or in extreme cases: death. Statistics show that

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Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and Terror Attacks

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and Terror Attacks

The recent terror attacks in Las Vegas, London and other cities around the world are difficult to hear about or watch unfolding on the news and social media outlets.  But for those with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), these events may cause them to relive a past traumatic

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Find Info, Fight Stigma With Mental Illness Awareness Week 2017

Find Info, Fight Stigma With Mental Illness Awareness Week 2017

Each year, as designated by Congress, the first week in October is designated Mental Illness Awareness Week. As part of the effort, the National Alliance on Mental Health has put together toolkits to help communities focus on the power of beginning inspiring conversations and becoming informed. In

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