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Crystal Methamphetamine Epidemic
Cascade Centers, Inc Employee Assistance Program (EAP) supports the effort of confronting the Methamphetamine epidemic.
October 11th - National Depression Screening Day
For most people, figuring out the line between “I’ve been moody lately” or “I get tired easily,” with “I have depression” is difficult. National Depression Screening Day (NDSD) has been helping people make that distinction for the last 15 years.
Online Employee Assistance Services
Email is yet another tool for assisting employees who may not have the time or inclination to make a phone call to the EAP. In an age of packed work/life schedules and long hours, the ability to shoot off an email on a particular question or emotional issue certainly has an appeal.
Family Members Supporting Returning Veterans
As a member of a military family, you too have challenges to face regarding your family member’s military service. Although, you may be proud of your spouse, son, and or daughter for serving our country, you may also find yourself upset in ways that you didn’t expect.
Supporting Soldiers Returning To Work
Citizen soldiers returning from Iraq, Afghanistan and elsewhere are no doubt relieved to find their civilian jobs waiting for them. The transition from battlefield to workplace can be fraught with difficulties not addressed in any policy manual.
Back To School
The transition from August to September can be difficult for both children and parents. Even children who are eager to return to class must adjust to the greater levels of activity, structure, and, for some, pressures associated with school life.
Eye-Care Essentials For Computer Users
If you spend hours each day working at a computer screen, you may experience eyestrain, blurred vision, itchy eyes and occasional double vision.
Skin Cancer - American Cancer Society
The sun's negative effects are cumulative and irreversible. Typically after age 50 those effects are visible in loss of elasticity, increased wrinkles, leathery skin, age spots, and skin cancer. While skin cancer is the most common cancer it is largely preventable and very curable when diagnosed early.
High-Risk Tax Audit Targets
Worried about the possibility of a tax audit? The odds are low: during the past few years, less than two percent of all tax returns were audited by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).
Are You Getting Enough Sleep?
Lack of sleep, or "sleep debt," can leave you feeling tired, listless and sleepy on a daily basis. Until your body starts getting the sleep it needs every night -- most people need 8 hours, say the experts -- it won't function as efficiently and your health will be at risk.
Over The Counter Meds And Work; Not A Great Combination
During this cold and flu season many of us turn to over-the-counter medications for relief. What we may be are unaware of is these common over-the-counter medications can cause side effects that could jeopardize our health and impair our ability to perform everyday activities. Some of these side effects ...
The Holidays Are Right Around The Corner - Are You Having Fun Yet?
Thanksgiving and the winter holidays can be filled with busy schedules, parties, shopping, laughter, but for some people, the holidays bring unwelcome guests — stress and depression. And it's no wonder.
Hurricane Katrina Donation Awareness
By now we are all aware of the plight of the survivors whose lives have been forever altered by Hurricane Katrina. Most of us want to step up and help in any way we can. For many, that means donating to an organization or agency with the funds earmarked for the survivors.
National Depression Screening Day October 6th
A recent Harvard Medical School study shows that 46 percent of Americans have experienced a mental illness at some point in their lives. For most people, figuring out the line between “I’ve been moody lately” or “I get tired easily”, with “I have depression” is difficult.
Phone Counseling Found Effective
The Journal of the American Medical Association reveals that telephone counseling can be an effective tool in helping individuals conquer depression. In an 18-month study, 80% of those who had received phone therapy indicated that their depression was “much improved”, compared to 55% of those ...
Stop Migraines Before They Stop You.
According to the National Headache Foundation, more than 28 million Americans experience migraine headaches of varying intensity. More than half (51%) of sufferers report a 50% or more reduction in work and/or school productivity and 66% report a 50% or more reduction in household work productivity.
May Is Mental Health Awareness Month
The Month of May has been designated as Mental Health Awareness Month. Your Employee Assistance Program (EAP) would like to encourage you to take some time to assess your own mental health situation.
Gambling- When Is It A Problem?
Gambling is a problem when you can’t control your impulses to gamble or when it causes problems with work, school or relationships. Sometimes depression, drinking, drugs and even thoughts of suicide can accompany out of control gambling.
Avoid Holiday Crime
Carry only one credit card. Keep the card and a small amount of
cash in a front pocket, say the Independent Insurance
Agents and Brokers of America.
Encouraging Your Family To Exercise
It’s a disturbing fact that new research from the National Center for Health Statistics shows that nearly 5 million children ages 6 through 17 are severely overweight.
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Portland, OR 97223-8023
(503) 639-3009 • 1-800-433-2320