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Parkside Psychiatric Hospital & Clinic
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Parkside is a private, not-for-profit psychiatric hospital and outpatient clinic.
Parkside is a private, not-for-profit psychiatric hospital and outpatient clinic.

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Support us when you shop on Cyber Monday. #StartWithaSmile at smile.amazon.com/ch/73-1280067 and Amazon donates to Parkside Inc.

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"With such a large portion of patients who do not fully respond to antidepressants, it's important we find new avenues that work best for each person to beat their depression," Sharma said. "Here, we have a promising, lower-cost therapy that could potentially serve as an effective, non-drug approach for patients battling this disease."
Parkside offers yoga instruction on all inpatient treatment units.

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Parkside Community Liaison Katherine Cooper presented the Tulsa Women and Children’s Center a donation of 20 baby crib sheets in response to a recent message about the Center’s need. Cabrina Lindley and Jane Bishop received the Parkside donation. Tulsa Women and Children’s Center provides substance abuse treatment services for pregnant or parenting women. The 52-bed center provides 35 therapeutic hours per week of comprehensive drug and alcohol treatment, as well as medical and psychiatric services, mental health treatment, domestic violence counseling and other services designed to ensure that clients can move towards self-sufficiency when discharged.
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Ask your Senators to vote on the Mental Health Reform Act of 2016 (S.2680) now. Join a grass roots effort on Wednesday, August 31 to urge Senate action. Time is running out.

Mental health advocacy is not about political parties. Right or left.
It’s about getting good care for the 60 million Americans who live with mental health conditions.

Mental Health Reform, S.2680, will help. But, time is running out.

Take 2 minutes on August 31, 2016

Call your Senators, James Lankford and Jim Inhofe
Tell them to demand a vote on S.2680 now.
Call (202) 224-3121
Press #1
Enter your zip code

Here’s our suggested message: “As a constituent of the Senator’s, I would like him/her to demand a vote on S.2680, the Mental Health Reform Act. The House passed Mental Health Reform 422-2. The Senate should act. There is a mental health crisis in this country. This bill will help. Thank you.”

BACKGROUND

In the Senate, the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pension Committee (HELP) passed the Mental Health Reform Act of 2016 (S.2680) sponsored by Sens. Lamar Alexander (R-TN) and Patty Murray (D-WA). The bipartisan bill strengthens federal coordination of mental health resources, increases reporting on mental health parity, advances integrated service delivery, supports the mental health workforce, and increases early access to mental health services. It incorporates much of S.1945, the bill originally introduced by Sens. Bill Cassidy (R-LA) and Chris Murphy (D-CT).
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