Healthy minds for healthy lives


TPC Case Manager Teaches the Art of Cooking

Posted: Tue, April 18, 2017
By: Jake Bissaro “A simple trick is to put salt in the water to make it boil faster,” says Michelle Hevey, a residential case manager at The Providence Center’s Atwood St. group home in the Silver Lake section of Providence. This afternoon she is teaching a group of three male...

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One Family’s Effort to Prevent Suicide

Posted: Fri, August 12, 2016
In the Wake of Tragedy, the Barber Family Funds Critical Training Sometimes in life, events occur that fracture the very foundation on which we stand.  That’s exactly what happened to the Barber family when their son Josh took his own life in 2010. A talented blues guitarist and songwriter, Josh...

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The Dos and Don’ts of Supporting Someone with Mental Illness

Posted: Tue, August 02, 2016
By: Megan Curtis If you have a friend or loved one struggling with a mental health issue, you know how difficult it can be to find the right words to say. Often times, people are afraid to say the wrong thing and instead choose to say nothing at all, but...

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7 Summertime Activities to Reduce Stress

Posted: Wed, July 06, 2016
By: Megan Curtis Summer is upon us! The sun is out, the grass is green, not a worry in the world…right? For many people struggling with stress, anxiety, or depression, this is not the case; millions of people actually suffer from seasonal affective disorder (SAD) during the summer. According to...

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Nursing: A Critical Aspect of Care at TPC

Posted: Tue, March 29, 2016
When you think of behavioral healthcare, it’s most likely psychiatrists and case managers that first come to mind. But more and more, nursing has become a critical part of the treatment landscape. The Providence Center employs nurses in many departments with a variety of specialties, including prescribing nurses, float nurses,...

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