Crisis workers would be available for frazzled parents by phone.
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Public schools throughout the state are in current crisis mode as the opioid epidemic continues to sweep its way in and remain a dark cloud ov…
VALDOSTA, Ga. — In her bid to become the nation's first black female governor, Democrat Stacey Abrams told a heavily Republican south Georgia she plans to impact all Georgians — not just more progressive Atlanta — if she becomes the next governor.
(BPT) — Helping a parent stay active and healthy at home can be achieved with careful planning. The rewards of personally caring for, or manag…
In an effort to better address substance use disorder, new services are being offered to West Virginia Medicaid recipients.
A more expansive checkup is part of a pioneering effort in Vermont to keep people healthy while simplifying the typical jumble of private and public insurers that pays for health care. The underlying premise is simple: Reward doctors and hospitals financially when patients are healthy, not just when they come in sick.
ATLANTA – Children’s health care advocates say proposed cuts to Georgia’s insurance program for the poor will jeopardize access to basic medical services for the state’s youngest residents.