Mary Collins has joined the AccessHealth executive team as Chief Program Officer. This position is responsible for overseeing and expanding mental health, substance abuse and HIV services for AccessHealth.
Seasonal Blues, Holiday Blues, Winter Depression – that drag-down feeling that hits many of us this time of year. While some folks are happily decorating their homes, gleefully buying gifts, or merrily planning those holiday meals, others are dragging themselves from bed and rolling their eyes at one more sweet bread that appears in the employee breakroom.
In 2016, US turkey production reached an estimated 7.50 billion pounds of poultry. Now that’s a lot of protein!
Do you want to become a healthier you? Of course you do. Everyone wants to enjoy good health, but sometimes we need a little help understanding how to get started. A good first step is getting informed. Reading these interesting facts will help you understand where you fall in regards to developing healthy habits.
We are excited to announce that Jody Noirot, RN MBA CEN joined AccessHealth as COO in mid-January.
After serving as Director of Marketing and Development and Development Officer for AccessHealth, Cindy Reaves has been promoted to Chief Development Officer of the nonprofit health center. A native of Fort Bend County, Reaves has 20 years of experience in the nonprofit sector, the last 14 years working in the healthcare field in Fort Bend County.
You’ve been so good. You’ve managed to keep that diet you started months ago going strong and you’re determined to keep the pounds you’ve lost off. Permanently.
The holidays are right around the corner and many of us are busy with preparations; visions of happy gatherings, bonding over delicious family meals and other traditions fill our thoughts.
For some however, the holidays are also a time of heightened stress and anxiety. You may be worried about finding the perfect gifts or concerned about the financial strain that comes with doing so. Perhaps you are burdened with travel itineraries or juggling too many commitments.
If you suffer from depression or recently experienced a loss, this time of year can be especially difficult. You may find yourself shying away from it all, finding solace in isolation, only to fall into a deeper depression.
It doesn’t have to be this way.
Here are a few tips on how to keep your stress level under control and better enjoy the holidays:
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AccessHealth welcomes anyone in need of health care services. We accept Medicaid, Medicare, CHIP and most private insurance. However, individuals without insurance may be eligible for discounted services. Our team of Certified Application Counselors will be happy to assist you and answer any questions you may have.