Alcohol is the most commonly used and abused drug among young people in the United States. Though underage drinking has steadily declined since the 1980s, it remains a persistent problem to this day.
Weekend Visitation Changes Mean Easier, More Pleasant And Secure Experience
The safety and satisfaction of our clients and their visitors is among Eagleville Hospital’s top concerns. To help ensure that these priorities are met, we are moving weekend visitation to the Conference Center/Patient Care Building (located next to the Loucheim Building).
Meet Eagleville’s New Patient Advocate
Emily Masslofsky was recently named Eagleville Hospital’s Patient and Family Advocate. In her new role, she’ll be working directly with patients, resolving any grievances and ensuring that they’re provided with everything they need in their recovery. She’ll also assist in updating services in response to the patient satisfaction surveys.
Why Art Therapy Works
Lara Haagen is an art therapist at Eagleville Hospital and serves as Eagleville’s Adjunctive Therapies Clinical Coordinator, overseeing everything from the gardening program to a music appreciation group.
We asked Lara to describe her work and explain how art is uniquely helpful to people in recovery.
Eagleville Hospital Career Fair
Job Fair – Tuesday, May 8, 2018 – 1:00pm – 5:00pm in the Patient Care Building
On-the-spot interviews will be held for: Registered Nurses, Nursing assistants, Housekeeping Aides, Nutrition Service Aides, Security Officers
Group Workshops Offer Valuable Life Skills
Substance use, mental health, and co-occurring disorders are complex diseases, and no two people facing them are exactly alike. That’s why Eagleville provides an evidence-based education program to provide clients with the life skills and information they need—wherever they are in their journey
Soup’s on! Word Search – for Adults
Shop Smart— Get the Facts on the New Food Labels
Become a smart shopper by reading food labels to find out more about the foods you eat. The Nutrition Facts panel found on most food labels will be changing in the near future, and the updates will help you
Eat Right – Color Your Plate with Salad
As we come upon this day of love and we begin to desire something chocolatey, consider choosing dark chocolate for its many known health benefits!
Dark chocolate has higher levels of flavonoids than other chocolates. Flavonoids support heart health by reducing the risk of cardiovascular events, stroke and high blood pressure.
Finding “flow” and healing on the canvas
They enter the art studio, collect their tools—brushes, acrylic paints—and settle in front of their canvases. Besides the soft swish of brushstrokes and the hum of the overhead lighting, the room is quiet. Each artist has slipped into their own world