Suicide support group to meet this fall
With suicide on the rise within the agriculture community, the Farm Family Resource Initiative is launching an open support group for farmers and farm family members 18 years and older who have lost a
ECHO Digital Training Resonates with Community Health Care Teams
Over a summer lunch hour, a group of health care providers and caseworkers from across Illinois have gathered to both talk and listen.
Jerry Kruse speaks about firearm violence in US
More than 40,000 people die of firearms annually in the U.S., and firearm violence is the leading cause of death for Americans age 17 years and under.
Workforce equity center and telehealth support coming to SIU
Sen. Dick Durbin announced federal funding for the creation of a workforce development center and telehealth training and equipment upgrades at SIU School of Medicine.
Accessible, quality care for the region
In recent weeks, questions related to access to health care in central Illinois have become loud and pronounced. News stories, legislative hearings, personal testimony and inaccurate information have all contributed to confusion and disagreement about the availability and quality of care in the region.
Health DEPOTS to offer more access, advocacy for better health
The Health DEPOTS program aims to create a safe space for individuals to take charge of their health through improved health literacy and advocacy.
Leading in turbulent times
In her book Leadership in Turbulent Times, Doris Kearns Goodwin recounts the life stories and presidential journeys of Abraham Lincoln, Teddy Roosevelt, Franklin Roosevelt and Lyndon Johnson. A major
Better Days Ahead
Community health worker programs are improving lives in Illinois neighborhoods On a gray February afternoon, Tami Langford is interviewing a new client in a busy office space at the Third Presbyterian