Viewpoint: Greater Washington can’t mend health gaps without more company-nonprofit partnerships


Today’s world is an incredibly stressful one to live in. National problems may seem to be far off, but they’re not. These problems show up right here in our neighborhoods and have a major impact on the mental health of children and teens especially.

Approximately 700,000 people live in the District of Columbia. According to federal surveys, more than 60,000 of these people state that they are dependent on or abuse alcohol or illicit drugs — slightly more than one in 10. The national average…

Previous Olathe Health plans $70M expansion with two buildings in Overland Park, Olathe
Next AdventHealth changes project slated for former Holy Land Experience site in Orlando

No Comment

Leave a reply

Your email address will not be published.