Krysta White grew up in a Methodist Family Health group home. Today, she is a valued employee of Methodist Family Health, a true success story. She works directly with children who are scared, confused and often abused and neglected. In their eyes, she sees herself, just a few years ago.Continue Reading →
Coming to terms with the death of a loved one and one’s own heartbreak is “a club you never want to be a member of,” says Sarah Ann Mashburn of East End (Saline County).
But the divorced mom and her younger son Daylan had no choice. In May 2014, Mashburn’s son Aaron died suddenly and tragically of meningitis. He was 13.
“I’m so glad Kaleidoscope Grief Center is here for us,” Mashburn says.Continue Reading →
Methodist Family Health operates 9 outpatient counseling clinic locations all across Arkansas. Services include comprehensive assessment and treatment for behavioral, emotional, learning and adjustment difficulties for children 17 and under.Continue Reading →
Each year millions of Americans face the reality of living with a mental health condition. Methodist Family Health strives to bring awareness to mental illness as we join organizations like the National Association for Mental Illness (NAMI)Continue Reading →
Sadness, despair, uncertainty, even anger are among the emotions that can rain down following the death of a loved one.
The comfortable routine of life is jolted into a different pace. A hazy numbness sets in. Things change… forever.Continue Reading →