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Laurie finds new coping strategies that change her mental health outlook

For many years, Laurie has been a high user of acute mental health services, including three visits to locked acute care in both 2009 and 2010. Since moving to Wheelock Residential Care in July of 2010, this has changed significantly for Laurie and she has had zero moves to a higher level of care. Along [...]

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The support of the staff at Wheelock helps Dawn to become more independent

At age 22, Dawn has been in the mental health system much of her life and currently resides at Wheelock Residential board and care. Besides her diagnosis of schizoaffective disorder, Dawn suffers from extremely low self-confidence and a general fear of novel situations. For many years, she has been afraid to leave her home on [...]

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