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AllHealth Network Publications

Remembering Former CEO Scott Thoemke - 4/17/2017

AllHealth assists with mental health in Arapahoe and Douglas counties - Villager 2/8/2017

AllHealth Network Receives $100,000 Premier Incentive Grant to Strengthen Endowment - Community First Foundation Website 1/19/2017

Elevating the Conversation - conference for youth suicide awareness and prevention - Denver Post 12/21/2016

AllHealth Network celebrates retirement of CEO Joan DiMaria - by AllHealth Network's Marilyn Spinner (The Villager) 12/21/2016

Holiday season can be time to address lingering aftermaths of tragedy - by AllHealth Network's Laurie Elliott (Littleton Independent) - 12/15/2016

Littleton Police Department and Bailea Meeks are interviewed by Channel 9 News - 9/14/2016

Littleton police begin mental health “co-responder” program - 9/13/2016

Health Department Warns of Possible Measles Exposure - PDF Press Release

Potential Client Records Breach - July 14, 2016

Zero-Suicide Storify Summary Super success! A huge shout out to our AllHealth Network team members who attended this two-day academy: Emily Fine, Jessie Nelson, Stephanie Asch and Barb Becker. - June 27, 2016

Governer Hickenlooper Signs "Zero Suicide Bill" in Colorado - June 23, 2016

Teen Drug use in Denver metro becoming public problem (9news) - Dennis Ballinger of AllHealth Network is interviewed by 9news and discusses the problem of teen drug use in the Denver metro area, offering insight and solutions. - June 7, 2016

Senior Reach supports at-risk generation - Maria Pearson, executive director of Senior Reach, wants the community to help find seniors who might be experiencing depression, anxiety or other mental-health issues. - September 28, 2015

Even Babies Can Need Mental Health Care - by Kelly Stout, LCSW, ADMHN - June 11, 2015
We tend to think of babies as lovable, cute little beings who need careful handling, clean diapers, lots of sleep and good nutrition. Less common is considering a little one’s emotional health and the important role it plays in their overall development. Children as young as infants and up to 8 years of age, and their families, might require early childhood mental health services for a number of reasons. These include behavioral issues, difficulty adjusting to child care or preschool, parents’ divorce, new siblings, losses of loved ones, adoption or trauma.

May 1, 2015: press conference with Governor Hickenlooper. Held at our Acute Care Campus in Littleton. We were so happy to host the governor and other dignitaries that day! What a great showing in support of Mental Health Month and the very important crisis services now provided all across the state!

Mental Health program aims for better state