This Father’s Day, CenterPointe Hospital employee, Irshad Khan, is especially thankful after a months-long battle with COVID-19

Read original article HERE. ST. CHARLES COUNTY, Mo. ( — As we enter Father’s Day weekend, one St. Charles County dad will hold his kids a bit tighter this year. Irshad Khan usually makes sure others receive exceptional care, but last year he had to lean on others during his battle with COVID-19. In September, […]

CenterPointe Behavioral Health System Bringing a Mental Health Facility to Leavenworth, Kansas

CenterPointe of Rolla Hosts Open House and Ribbon Cutting for New Outpatient Clinic

ROLLA, MO – CenterPointe of Rolla Outpatient Clinic hosted an Open House and Ribbon Cutting by the Rolla Area Chamber of Commerce on March 18, 2021. The opening of this outpatient clinic is CenterPointe’s response to the many providers, youth agencies, educators and others in the Greater Rolla area who identified a need for more […]

CenterPointe of Rolla Open House Invitation

The Dangers of Substance Abuse in the Workplace

By Buddy T Buddy T is an anonymous writer and founding member of the Online Al-Anon Outreach Committee with decades of experience writing about alcoholism. Alcohol and drug abuse by employees cause many expensive problems for business and industry ranging from lost productivity, injuries, and an increase in health insurance claims. The loss to companies […]

Buddy Turner, CEO and Executive Chairman, CenterPointe Behavioral Health System

The health and safety of our patients and staff is our highest priority. After working closely with the Missouri Department of Health and the Missouri Hospital Association, CenterPointe Behavioral Health System (CBHS) has been able to provide the COVID-19 vaccination to hundreds of staff throughout our hospital system, as well as to other community healthcare […]

CenterPointe Hospital health care workers receive first dose of COVID vaccine

Alcohol Use Has Increased During COVID-19

– Michael S. Pollard, PhD; Joan S. Tucker, PhD; Harold D. Green Jr, PhD Introduction As stay-at-home orders began in some US states as a mitigation strategy for coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) transmission, Nielsen reported a 54%increase in national sales of alcohol for the week ending March 21, 2020, compared with 1 year before; online […]

Depression Can Be Treated

While mental health conditions such as depression are common, they are treatable and individuals can go on to recover and lead full and productive lives. Symptoms of Clinical Depression Persistent sad, anxious or “empty” mood Sleeping too much or too little, middle of the night or early morning waking Reduced appetite and weight loss, or […]

National Depression Screening Day October 8, 2020

Roughly 40 million adults in the U.S. struggle with depression or anxiety. Not to mention the family, friends, and coworkers that are also impacted. National Depression Screening Day is held annually on October 8. It’s important for many reasons. First, it can help people make an informed diagnosis. It also drags depression out of the […]

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