Communicare offers multiple treatment options for co-occurring disorders (substance use disorders and mental health disorders). Communicare’s Haven House is a residential treatment facility and is certified through the Mississippi Department of Mental HealthWHAT WE OFFER
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Communicare serves as Northern Central Mississippi’s community mental health center, providing quality, individualized care to Calhoun, Lafayette, Marshall, Panola, Tate and Yalobusha counties. Our mission is to deliver caring, professional assistance to people of all ages seeking mental health treatment, substance abuse treatment, school-based services, IDD services and 24hr crisis services.
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North Mississippi Commission meets the fourth Thursday of each month in the conference room of the Lafayette County office. The meeting begins at 3:30 p.m. and is open to the public.
Naloxone, most commonly by the brand name Narcan, is a medication that works to reverse an opioid overdose. As an opioid antagonist, it rapidly attaches to opioid receptors, blocking the effects of the drug and restoring normal breathing in a person whose breathing has slowed or stopped as a result of an opioid overdose.
When you want someone to fully understand the emotion or message you want to communicate, would you rather the person you’re speaking to say, “I can hear you” or “I’m listening”? At first, it may not seem like there’s a difference. “Hearing” and “listening” may appear synonymous and, therefore, can be used interchangeably. However, the two words are not only different by definition but play distinct roles in communication. Here’s how hearing and listening are different and how they impact mental health.
According to Mental Health America, 19.86 percent of adults in the U.S. are experiencing a mental health issue, accounting for nearly 50 million Americans. Over 11.4 million adults have been estimated to have serious suicidal thoughts, and more than 56 percent of adults with a mental illness have received no treatment. These numbers paint a shocking picture of the severity of the nation’s mental health. What these numbers do not show are the mental health disparities in diverse populations.