Stories

Don’t Be Afraid to Ask the Question and Save a Life

By Tahlina Nofire Blakestad I lost my mom, Annette Nofire, to suicide eight years ago. She was a compassionate, loving and encouraging mother. Her husband, children, and grandchildren were her No. 1 priority in life. She had a successful career,

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Sarah’s Life Changed by Mobile Medical Intervention Team

Editor’s Note: On September 27, our Mobile Medical Intervention Team will receive the prestigious Champion of the Uninsured award during the 15th annual Champions of Health Gala in Oklahoma City. The gala will honor six winners for making a difference

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Preventing Farmer Suicide

Farmers and ranchers have the highest rate of suicide by any occupational group by more than 30 percent. The rate of suicide is higher than veterans returning from war. “It really does have to stop,” said Lucinda Morte, our SunBridge

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Essential Tools for My Toolbox

By Carol Coiner I have found many opportunities in my life. I have tools and skills for my business and tools for my home life and hobbies. Whenever I reach a barrier in any project, I do research to learn

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What’s Your Candidate’s Stance on Mental Health?

Family & Children’s Services’ Mental Health Report Card & Candidate Digest August 28 Primary Run-off and City Council Election When & Where to Vote Election Day voting is available at your precinct polling place August 28 from 7 a.m. to 7

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Impact Report: January – June 2018

Your Gifts At Work! This Impact Report is designed to show you how your gift in the first half of 2018 is making an impact on our communities and state. Take a look and see how you are making a

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