HBFF

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HBFFHollywood Black Film Festival (est. 1988; Hollywood, CA)
HBFFHazelden Betty Ford Foundation (est. 2014; Center City, MN)
HBFFHit by Friendly Fire
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To help combat the nation's addiction crisis and opioid overdose epidemic, the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation and Regence are partnering to expand access to high-quality, evidence-based addiction treatment services for millions of individuals and families across four Western states.
An afternoon keynote session featured short, engaging EAP Talks (think TED Talks) from: William Moyers, Vice President of Public Affairs and Community Relations, Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation; Jeffrey Harris, Executive Coach, Uplevel Coaching & Consulting; Ritvik Singh, CEO and Co-Founder, Psyinnovations; and Richard Gist, Deputy Director and Principal Assistant to the Fire Chief Kansas City Fire Department.
A blockbuster study of nearly 13,000 currently-practicing lawyers was published by the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation and the ABA Commission on Lawyer Assistance Programs.
The facility is operating in partnership with the Minnesota-based Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation, the country's largest nonprofit addiction treatment provider.
The recipients are: Mary Rohrs, class of 1938, who founded the Mother Goose shop in Glen Ellyn; Lester Munson, class of 1958, who has received national awards for his investigative journalism and volunteers his time with the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation; Bruce Capel, class of 1961, a star football player who was killed in Vietnam; Laurie Anderson, class of 1965, an international music and art star; Bobby Rahal, class of 1971, who won the Indy 500 in 1986; Nancy Utley, class of 1973, who is CEO of Fox Searchlight; Thomas Gilardi, class of 1986, who has more than 25 years in leadership at one of the largest orphanages in America; and Caryn Capotosto, class of 1993, who produced the Mister Rogers documentary "Won't You Be My Neighbor?"
A 2016 study from the American Bar Association Commission on Lawyer Assistance Programs and the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation found that 28 percent of the nearly 13,000 currently practicing lawyers struggle with depression and 19 percent have anxiety.
Delisi says the school's ties with a working treatment organization, the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation, have improved its overall awareness of why these topics need to be incorporated into clinicians' academic training.
According to a 2016 study conducted by the American Bar Association together with the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation, one in three practicing lawyers are 'problem drinkers.' Based on the volume and frequency of alcohol consumed, 28 percent suffer from depression while 19 percent show symptoms of anxiety.
Funded by the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation and the American Bar Association, the survey found that more than 20 percent of America's licensed attorneys drink at levels that are considered "hazardous, harmful, and potentially alcohol-dependent" --three times the rate of problem drinking among the general public.
Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation and Elements Behavioral Health are among the larger treatment centers offering apps.
In February 2014, it merged with the Betty Ford Center to form the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation headquartered in Minnesota.