Profile cover photo
Profile photo
Preferred Family Healthcare
30 followers -
We are a comprehensive behavioral health non-profit organization established in 1979 providing substance abuse treatment/prevention and mental health services.
We are a comprehensive behavioral health non-profit organization established in 1979 providing substance abuse treatment/prevention and mental health services.

30 followers
About
Preferred Family Healthcare's posts

We just added some awesome new ARTC photos. Please visit our Facebook or Pinterest page to check them out!

Post has attachment
The Zombie Apocalypse has come to Kirksville, Missouri!

Post has attachment
Last in our first series of PFH youth developed videos. STAY TUNED FOR MORE OF THIS AMAZING TALENT using this particularly poignant medium!

Post has attachment
Give it up for Franklin County A.R.T.C. Here is the second in their series of videos produced with the help of Michelle Dothager, A.R.T.C. Regional Coordinator. This series is designed to raise awareness of the growing epidemic of opiate use and abuse.

Post has attachment
Interesting article on Colorado teen Addiction centers gearing up for legalized Marijuana 
http://www.kmbz.com/pages/18103349.php#.Us77bJnv08U.twitter

Post has attachment
Beautiful new video from Lincoln County Resource Board! 

Post has attachment

Post has attachment
Congratulations to PFH Supervisor Millie Palmer for her ongoing leadership with the DART coalition- Millie, other key PFH staff, and a strong community coalition are helping reduce drug and alcohol use through a grass roots initiative in Lincoln County, Missouri

Post has attachment
PFH and the Troy School District were honored to present our School Based Early Intervention and Prevention program (Team of Concern) at the Midwest University International School Administrator conference in Wentzville, Missouri. 40 Mongolian and Chinese School administrators, with the assistance of interpreters, learned how PFH is helping others achieve their potential! A Special Thank you to Troy Superintendent Mark Penny, and Midwest University President Dr. James Song
Photo

Post has attachment
Prescription Drug Abuse Decreasing
Rate of Prescription Drug Abuse Among
Young Adults Holds Steady at 5 Percent by
PFH Prevention Team A national survey released
in September finds 5.3 percent of young adults used prescription drugs for
non-medical purposes in the past month, similar to rate...
Wait while more posts are being loaded