During National PTSD Awareness Month and beyond, let us strive to promote understanding, empathy, and support for those affected by PTSD. Together, we can break the stigma surrounding mental health and create a compassionate society that fosters healing and resilience.
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At LSF, we are pleased to honor our employees and recognize them for their hard work and continued effort to embody our mission, vision and values. Through our Heroes and High Fives program, employees can nominate other employees to receive a special award, honoring them for their hard work on furthering the LSF culture.
We are pleased to welcome Renee Morrissette, a graduating member of the LSF Health Systems Certified Recovery Peer Specialist (CRPS) training program who is now working with our Training Institute as a Success Specialist.
While voting has ended, the results of this election are now in the hands of state and local officials charged with counting and certifying the vote tally.
At this time, I ask you to join me in praying for those shouldering this responsibility.
Congo refugee family arrives in Tampa after 17 years of living in refugee camps. When they arrived in Tampa, they were greeted by one of LSF’s CRS representatives who assisted in finding them a place to live and schools for the children to attend.
September is recognized nationwide as Recovery Month to increase awareness and understanding of mental health and substance use disorders and celebrate the people who recover from these devastating diseases.
Sherry Warner, LSF’s Certified Recovery Peer Specialist Success Coach, went through her own mental health journey. She tells her story of hope and finding the strength to recover.
Are you interested in making a difference in the lives of others and serving children at work? We are searching for Bilingual Case Managers, Youth Care Coordinators, Teacher’s Aide, a Bilingual Registered Nurse and Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner, an Activities Coordinator, a Receptionist, and more!
Imagine never experiencing Christmas or Easter. No family gatherings, church services, or holiday traditions. No opportunity to experience the love and awe that surrounds the most significant days of the life of Christ. Instead, these holidays are exactly the same as every other day – filled with worries about the future and the challenge of meeting basic necessities.
A recent study estimated that 2.9 billion dollars each year are exploited from older Americans and 10 cases of elder financial exploitation go unreported for each case reported.