Suicide Prevention, PTSD and the Military

Vista del Mar Hospital would like to invite the Mental Health Community of Santa Maria to join Vista del Mar Hospital as we launch our Santa Maria – Vista Community Connection. The Vista Community Connection will feature speakers and topics that focus on Mental Health. Our first presentation will be held on April 8th and …

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Henry Herrera has been promoted following the retirement of Janice Holmes
Henry Herrera has been promoted to Program Manager of the Family Services Program at Transitions-Mental Health Association (TMHA). He is stepping into the role following the retirement of Janice Holmes who served in the position for 14 years. He will oversee the Family Service Programs …

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TAKING COMMUNITY SERVICE PERSONALLY
It wasn’t something that Lynnsy Daltorio planned.  It just happened.  At first, she didn’t even realize she was doing it.  She said she simply saw a need and stepped in to fill it.  Three years later, helping to lead the Lompoc Valley Wrestling Club has become her passion and community service a …

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Volunteers Needed to Advocate for Abused and Neglected Children

CASA of Santa Barbara County is looking for volunteers to advocate for children in cases of abuse and neglect and the need is great – and growing.
Imagine a child being roused in the middle of the night and escorted out of his home by a police officer. The child – abused, neglected or abandoned by …

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Central Coast UrgentCare and IndustrialCare Celebrate 30 Years in Santa Maria.

Central Coast UrgentCare & IndustrialCare is celebrating 30 years of providing walk-in, non-life threatening medical services, family care and occupational medicine in the Santa Maria Valley.
The founders, Dr. Mark Pomerantz and Dr. Thomas Caruso first met at Sierra Vista Hospital where they were ER doctors.  In 1983 they partnered to open Central Coast Emergicare with …

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