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Friday, June 28, 2024

There's no time to waste - we need to do something about social media

United States Surgeon General Dr. Vivek Murthy wrote an opinion piece in The New York Times calling on Congress to require warning labels on social media platforms, similar to those now mandatory on cigarette boxes. This call to action follows the Surgeon General’s Advisory on Social Media and Youth Mental Health... Continue Reading

Monday, May 13, 2024

Going Upstream with Mental Health, Parenting, and Prevention

May is National Mental Health Month. Beech Brook works diligently to address the challenges faced by tens of thousands of residents of Northeast Ohio living with mental health conditions. Throughout the month, and, in fact all year long, Beech Brook actively works to eradicate stigma, extend support, provide public education... Continue Reading

Friday, March 01, 2024

Social Work is Vital to Beech Brook's Mission

Every March, as we celebrate National Social Work Month, it's an opportunity to highlight the incredible dedication and compassion of social workers nationwide as they provide essential services to children, adults, and families in need. At Beech Brook, this mission resonates deeply as we strive to create thriving communities in... Continue Reading

Thursday, February 29, 2024

Honoring a Pioneer is Social Work - Jane Edna Hunter

As we bid farewell to Black History Month and step into Social Worker Appreciation Month, it's essential to reflect on the remarkable individuals who have shaped our field and continue to inspire us today. One such luminary figure is Jane Edna Hunter, an African American social worker, whose enduring legacy... Continue Reading

Wednesday, February 21, 2024

Honoring Joe Burrucker - A Tuskegee Airman and Former Beech Brook Employee

As we celebrate Black History Month, I wanted to take a moment to reflect upon the remarkable contributions of individuals like Joseph Burrucker (1924-2013), a legendary historical figure and former Beech Brook employee. We're lucky that Beech Brook had the privilege of his service, and his legacy should continue to... Continue Reading

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