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Haven Behavioral Hospital of Albuquerque
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Adorable hats that were knitted by residents of AHEPA 501 for Operation Keep Warm. Thank you!
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Operation Keep Warm Collections Begin November 1 - Haven Behavioral Hospital of Albuquerque
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Depression screenings can be the key to a turning point in your life or someone you love. Don’t hesitate to ask your medical professional for more information about depression screenings and how to determine if symptoms require further medical examination. Read more about Depression Screenings, or contact Haven Behavioral Hospital for more information.

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Clear out your garage for a good cause! NAMI is planning a community garage sale to fund new programs for 2018. On Saturday, November 4 from 8am-12pm at NAMI Westside Office - 4011 Barbara Loop, Rio Rancho. Please contact NAMI at 505-249-1970.
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Congratulations to Sterling Brown, our Director of Assessment and Referral, for being nominated for the Ethical Young Leadership Award as part of the 19th Annual Ethics in Business Awards.
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Inpatient psychiatric care appeals to patients and their families because of the safety and security the facility has to offer in addition to the level of intensity available that is not present with outpatient services. Read more about “What is Inpatient Psychiatry” or call Haven Behavioral Hospital for more information and confidential assessments.

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The mental health status examination (MSE) is an important component of assessing a person’s mental condition. Read more or call Haven Behavioral Hospital at 505-336-1416 for more information and confidential assessments.

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When a person is considering suicide, restricting access to the means for suicide might lead to a different outcome. Read more about Restricting Access from Means of Harm or call Haven Behavioral Hospital at 505-336-1416 for more information and confidential assessment.

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