Jeanie Lunsford-Batson

Hillsboro Children’s Relief Nurseries 5th Anniversary

Congratulations, Hillsboro-Main Street Children’s Relief Nursery (CRN)! This is the CRN’s 5th anniversary, and they have done an amazing job over this time. In 2011, the site was an asset transferred from A Child’s Place, a daycare center, to LifeWorks NW. For a time, Main Street housed only Child & Family Services, Healthy Families and …

Hillsboro Children’s Relief Nurseries 5th Anniversary

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Great News for LifeWorks NW, Oregon’s Behavioral Health

“This has been a difficult time for communities and the behavioral health organizations that serve them with mental health, addiction and preventions services,” says Mary Monnat, CEO of LifeWorks NW, the largest outpatient mental health provider in Oregon. “Reports share that more than 50 percent of adult Americans are feeling COVID has negatively affected their …

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Circle of Security Supports Families

Children’s Relief Nursery-Gladstone is excited to have received a grant from Oregon Parenting Education Collaborative (OPEC) in Clackamas to expand on their Circle of Security work. The grant, written by Erin Sewell, will enable staff from both Children’s Relief Nursery-Gladstone and Children’s Relief Nursery-Hillsboro to offer two parenting classes over the next fiscal year. Circle …

Circle of Security Supports Families

Gambling Success Story

This is National Gambling Awareness Month, and one of LifeWorks NW’s Gambling Therapy clients wanted to share her great success story. A client we will call Helen came to LifeWorks NW Chemical Dependency (CD) program for her methamphetamine addiction. She worked with LifeWorks NW’s CD team for a long time, during which her gambling problem …

Gambling Success Story

CCBHC Success Story

CCBHC Success Story

Less than two years ago, a consumer we’ll call Tom, came to LifeWorks NW for help. When he first came to us, he was suffering with Schizophrenia and depression, and had been homeless for 12 years. He also was using methamphetamines. Because he was very guarded and suspicious, Tom initially was difficult to engage with. …

CCBHC Success Story

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