After surviving years of domestic abuse, you can't take it anymore. You gain the courage and resolve and you leave. As terrifying as it can be to leave an abusive partner, you're suddenly thrust into a world from which you may have been isolated. Perhaps you don't have a job. You may not even have the right amount of educational or work experience. You've been kept from friends and family all these years. Where do you go?
Mental illness currently affects more than 40 million Americans*, and yet many find the topic difficult to discuss. It is an invisible condition that touches one in five people* who are living and working in our communities.
September is Healthy Aging Month, and one factor in keeping the body healthy is keeping the mind active and engaged. For millions of Americans, that means staying involved in the workforce post-retirement.
Falls Prevention Awareness Day
Governor Doug Ducey proclaimed September 2017 Falls Prevention Awareness Month. Falls Prevention Awareness Day is meant to promote evidence-based falls prevention approaches.
During Healthy Aging Month, we take a look at healthy eating. What we put into our bodies today affects our health down the road. It is possible to buy healthy food, and make good choices even on a budget.
Wells Fargo, JW Marriott, Fed Ex, Shamrock Foods—these are just a few of the 18 companies that sent recruiters to a job fair last week specifically geared toward those with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).
Arizona Domestic Violence Shelters Make Some Much-Needed Improvements
For those of us who have a safe and comfortable place to lay our heads at night, it’s hard to imagine being without. We often take our basic needs for food, clothing and shelter for granted. We cook our meals, wash our dishes and retire to our rooms, many of us without having to share much of our living space. For those running from a dangerous environment that involves domestic violence, life in an emergency shelter is far different.