In partnership with the St. Louis Integrated Health Network and CareSTL Health, the St. Louis Regional Health Commission is proud to co-sponsor a screening of “The Color of Medicine: The Story of Homer G. Phillips Hospital”. Please save the date and join us the evening of Wednesday, July 25, 2018, on the historic Homer G. Phillips Hospital grounds at CareSTL Health (2425 North Whittier Avenue, Saint Louis, MO 63113). The screening will be followed by a panel discussion with filmmaker Joyce Fitzpatrick, producer Rebecca Robinson, and other local guests. Additional details will follow at a later date.
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“’If we wouldn’t have gotten CHIPS renewed, Gateway renewed, and the community health center funding, we would have seen a significant reduction in access,’ Fruend said. ‘We would have seen significant job loss, and we would have seen site closures.’” Check out Thursday’s issue of the St. Louis American to learn more about the extension of the Gateway to Better Health program and the healthcare safety net in St. Louis.
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Please join us as we celebrate St. Louis’ community health centers during National Health Center Week, August 14-19, 2017! For more information and to register, click here.
Since our very beginning 16 years ago, Peter Sortino gave so much time, energy and commitment to our work. He will be deeply missed in our community and around our table in so many ways. Click here for Peter Sortino’s obituary.
“More than two years ago, Rush Robinson was sitting in on a meeting with a local health commission as it planned to launch a public awareness initiative on trauma and toxic stress called Alive and Well STL.” Click here for this St. Louis Post-Dispatch story.
Check out the recent commentary by Herb Kuhn, CEO of the Missouri Hospital Association, on addressing childhood trauma in the St. Louis Business Journal. The article highlighted the work of Alive and Well STL. Click here for the commentary.
Congratulations to our founding chairman, Peter Sortino, for being named 2016 Citizen of the Year, sponsored by the St. Louis Citizen of the Year Committee and the St. Louis Post-Dispatch! Click here for the story.
Check out the October 28th edition of the St. Louis Business Journal as Jennifer Brinkmann, RHC Chief of Staff, joins the table of experts to discuss behavioral health in our region. Click here for the roundtable discussion.