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Deaconess Faith Community Nurse Ministries Recognized for Response in Ferguson »

September 10, 2014

Donna Smith-Pupillo, executive director of Deaconess Faith Community Nurse Ministries, and other Faith Community Nurses spent countless hours at the ground level in Ferguson, Missouri, to help the ailing community by administering health assistance and advocating for those that were there to demand equal treatment for all. Their work at the United Way drop-in center was featured in last month’s issue of People Magazine.

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Uspiritus Names New CEO »

September 10, 2014

Abby Drane has been unanimously selected as the new president and CEO of Uspiritus. 

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CHHSM Narrows Search for CEO »

September 10, 2014

The CHHSM CEO search committee narrowed its focus to a select group of seven highly qualified candidates. 

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Beatitudes Celebrates 50 Years of Innovation »

September 9, 2014

They call themselves the “Gold Diggers,” and every Tuesday morning, the Rev. Dr. Dosia Carlson and six other residents at Beatitudes Campus in Phoenix search through old archives of the Road Runner, the community’s weekly newsletter.

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Youth Flourish Through Creative Therapy »

September 9, 2014

The name of the game is “Good, Bad and Ugly,” and improv comedian Tom Farley needed three volunteers at one of Orion Family Services’ adolescent group homes.

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Young Black Men, You Scare Me »

August 22, 2014

It is likely presumptuous, even risky, for a privileged white man to enter into the conversation regarding the events in Ferguson, Missouri. But the fact that many of our CHHSM colleagues in the St. Louis community are acutely experiencing the symptoms of our nation’s chronic racial disease makes silence a cowardly option.

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