There’s a new cannabis delivery system headed its way into the hands--and lungs!--of Minnesota’s medical cannabis patients. According to a release from the MDH, next August, MN will be adding dry herb vaporization to its approved list of cannabis delivery methods.
Donovan, who has been in long-term recovery himself, says he has witnessed many heartbreaking cases of people wanting to get help with their substance use issues, but were unsure of where to turn, what resources were available.
The more than two million dollar grant renewal will not only allow University of Iowa Health Care to expand but also give them the opportunity to collaborate with UI Scanlan Center for School Mental Health, getting care directly into schools.
Thursday morning, Dr. Edward Inch, President of MSU, spoke to stakeholders in a celebratory event to highlight the new partnership. Three areas of focus will outline the collaborative goals: education experiences, health and well-being, and research.
The Minnesota Department of Commerce and MNsure issued a joint statement specifically for Minnesotans who submitted their Medical Assistance renewal paperwork, found out they did not qualify, and now need new health insurance.
Nearly 500 people and 42 teams registered to participate in this year’s Walk to End Alzheimer’s event at the Loyola Catholic School. People got to see live music and different vendors from the community.
This program will meet on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from Sept. 11 through Oct. 20 from 11:30 to 12:30. If you want to participate, it’s advised that you contact the adult vine community center to register.
VINE will be offering a free six-week program this fall, Walk with Ease; a program from the Arthritis Foundation that promotes health education, provides motivation, and offers tips to safely making walking as a part of everyday life.
In response to increased mental health struggles since the COVID pandemic, schools and community groups have developed programs and plans to help struggles in mental health, especially in area students.