February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month, a national campaign to spread awareness about intimate partner violence among teenagers in their relationships.
October is Bullying Prevention Month, a nationwide campaign to address and end the issue of bullying in and outside of schools. Pillars Community Health echoes this initiative through prevention education in schools and communities.
Finding the right time and the right words to speak openly with friends and family can be difficult, yet it is an essential component of long-lasting wellness.
Our Health Center providers believe in the power of immunizations and strive to educate every patient about the benefits of staying up-to-date on their health.
You can find grief displayed on the big screen and small screen, in music, in the mainstream media, and all over social media. It is publicly addressed today more so than in the past, but grief is something we are often uncomfortable acknowledging.
What is opioid abuse? Opioids include illegal drugs such as heroin as well as prescription pain relievers such as oxycodone, codeine, morphine, etc.
Substances are readily available to our children, whether it’s liquor at a family reunion or prescription pills left over from an injury.
In 1994, Pillars Community Health launched a program to provide additional support to children and adolescents living with mental illness.
Pillars’ sexual assault hotline is free, confidential, and available 24 hours a day. Its purpose is to provide crisis intervention to survivors of sexual assault, incest, rape, and sex trafficking.