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Understanding the Different Types of Abuse & Their Symptoms

Every April, Florida participates in the national Child Abuse Prevention Month campaign. The initiative is an effort to increase awareness of child abuse prevention efforts. At MCUSA, our efforts focus on the well-being of children’s behavioral and mental health. With that being said, #ChildAbusePreventionMonth is a great opportunity to inform others about the importance of …

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NEWS: School-Based Mental Health Services to Be Offered at No Cost to Students or Families in Florida

MCUSA Announces Expansion of School Based Mental Health Care in Florida Following School Shooting in Parkland Program delivers services to students throughout the state regardless of insurance status HIGHLIGHTS: · MCUSA will expand school-based mental health services throughout Miami Dade, Broward, and Palm Beach in the wake of the Parkland school shooting, at no cost to …

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MCUSA Announces New Partnership with Clay County School District

ORANGE PARK — Clay County school district middle school students with behavioral, mental health or emotional issues — that if left unaddressed can put their lives and education at risk — can get help through a new school-based program beginning this month. Superintendent Addison Davis said the district is partnering with Motivational Coaches of America …

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Beacon Health Options and MCUSA Partner to Offer Free One-on-One Counseling to Children Affected by Hurricane Irma

MIAMI – Beacon Health Options (Beacon), and its network provider, Motivational Coaches of America (MCUSA), announced today that counselors will be stationed at Florida schools and shelters to provide in-person behavioral health and emotional support to children affected by Hurricane Irma. All services will be free of charge and offered to all children, regardless of their health coverage …

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FIU Health Informatics Alumna Uses Data, Analytics to Ensure Solutions for Students

Florida International University’s Health Informatics and Analytics master’s program, while fairly new, graduated its first cohort in 2013. That said, several alumni including Frances Allegra have already embarked upon impressive work in the field. Allegra, who graduated in 2016, spent 23 years working in child welfare and education. An attorney, licensed to work in Florida …

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St. Johns County School District considers adding more on-site mental health counselors

Approximately 8,000 students in the St. Johns County School District are estimated to have some sort of mental health issue, with 75 percent of them not receiving counseling, according to data collected by the district. More than 238 students were involuntarily hospitalized through the Baker Act last year. Another 300 or more were referred for …

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