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Four Reasons to Schedule a Primary Care Appointment with New Vista

As a Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic (CCBHC), New Vista is committed to meeting the individual needs of each person who walks through our doors. Here are four reasons to consider booking a Primary Care appointment with New Vista.

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New Vista Named One of the 2022 Best Places to Work in Kentucky

New Vista, Central Kentucky's largest mental health provider, has been named one of the 2022 Best Places to Work in Kentucky.

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Helping Children Cope with Images of Trauma

Our modern society can be inundated with images of trauma, death and destruction. The images are nearly impossible to escape, playing on TV and social media outlets.

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May is Mental Health Month

May is Mental Health Awareness Month

This May, New Vista reflects on the increased need for mental health resources as we continue to understand the full impact of the pandemic on Central Kentuckians of all ages.

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Pen Pal Friendships Form with Hazelwood Residents

Shawna Greenwell was looking for a way to help Hazelwood community home residents build relationships with the community. Since 1971, Hazelwood in Louisville has served the region as an Intermediate Care Facility, supporting individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

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New Vista Launches Groundbreaking Program to Expand Access to Care

New Vista is now a Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic (CCBHC).

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Support for the Mental Health of College Students

With the latest surge in COVID-19 cases and the stressors and isolation that can come along with that, the nation’s mental health crisis for young adults is growing,

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Maintaining Recovery through the Holiday Season

The holidays are a time to gather with friends and family in celebration. But these events, where alcohol and other drugs are sometimes present, can be difficult for people in recovery.

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3 Ways to Put Your Mental Health First This Holiday Season

The holidays are a special time for family and friends to get together, but they can also be a stressful situation for many people. As the Community Mental Health Center, we want to provide the resources and tips to create joy, not stress, this holiday season.

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CDC recommends booster shots to people with certain mental health conditions

The link between mental and physical health is clear in the Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s recently updated list of underlying conditions that put people at higher risk for severe COVID-19

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Kentucky Moms Program Offers Help for Pregnant Women With Addiction

Kentucky Moms Maternal Assistance Towards Recovery (MATR) is offered by New Vista’s Regional Prevention Center and provides services in 17 Central Kentucky counties.

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