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988 National Suicide Prevention Hotline working well for Tennesseans

More than six months after the number for the National Suicide Prevention Hotline dropped from 10 digits to three, data shows more Tennesseans are reaching out for help. About 21,000 Tennesseans have made calls to the 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline since its launch in July 2022. That’s an increase of about 500 calls per month over …

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Tennessee has Highest Rate of High School Girls Suffering from Physical Dating Violence

A new report from the Tennessee Commission on Children and Youth found that one in six Tennessee high school girls reported experiencing physical dating violence in 2019. The report found that this was not only the highest rate in the United States but nearly double the national rate. The Sexual Assault Center has a 24-Hour …

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Manchester and McMinnville Receive ARP Grants

The Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation (TDEC) has announced grants from the state’s American Rescue Plan (ARP) fund, part of which TDEC is administering in the form of drinking water, wastewater, and stormwater infrastructure grants. City of Manchester – $1,647,819 The City of Manchester will use ARP funds to develop an Asset Management Plan (AMP) and …

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Blood Drive at Unity Medical Center on Monday January 9

Blood Assurance will conduct a blood drive at Unity Medical Center on Monday, January 9, from Noon-4 pm. You can set up an appointment time by contacting Erin Murray at Unity Medical Center at 931-728-6354. You can also go online to bloodassurance.org/unity19. January is National Blood Donor Month, so you should donate if possible. Blood …

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Report: Tennessee Ranks 44th for Health Outcomes

A new report highlights what Tennessee could focus on to improve the health of its residents. The America’s Health Rankings 2022 report from United Healthcare ranks Tennessee 44th among states for health outcomes. The state’s notable challenges include high numbers of smokers and people with multiple chronic health conditions, as well as premature death rates. Michele Johnson, …

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TennCare to Restart Renewals

Congress passed legislation which will end the Medicaid continuous enrollment requirement related to the COVID-19 pandemic on April 1, 2023. At that time TennCare will be required to reverify the eligibility status of everyone receiving TennCare or CoverKids benefits. One of TennCare’s top priorities during this process is to make sure all eligible members do …

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Tennessee has High Level of Flu Activity

Tennessee is among eight states and New York City experiencing the highest levels of flu activity in the nation according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). According to the CDC Influenza weekly report, Tennessee, Kentucky, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Colorado, New Mexico, Idaho, Washington, and New York City are experiencing “very high” levels of …

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TN Peer Recovery Specialist Program Reaches Milestone

Tennessee now has over 1,000 people across the state who are actively using their past experience with mental-health and substance-use challenges to help others who are struggling. They are part of the Tennessee Certified Peer Recovery Specialist program. Lisa Ragan, director of Consumer Affairs and Peer Recovery Services for the Tennessee Department of Mental Health and …

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Franklin Co. North Middle School Student taken to the Hospital after using Vape

On Friday morning at 10:55 a.m. Franklin County authorities were called to North Middle School because of concern with a 12 year old student. According to Franklin County Sheriff’s Department Public Information Officer Sgt. Sam Davidson told On Target News that the student used a vaping device at school and had a serious reaction. The …

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