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Ivy Tech Batesville and Community Mental Health Center collaborate to provide counseling services

first_imgFor additional information on the My Well Being program, contact Shakira Grubbs at [email protected] Batesville, IN—Lawrenceburg and Batesville Ivy Tech Community College and Community Mental Health Center recently rolled out their new collaborative program which provides free counseling services to current Ivy Tech Lawrenceburg and Batesville students.The program, called My Well Being, provides students with four free counseling sessions at Community Mental Health Center.“We understand that mental health is a very important aspect to a student’s success,” said Shakira Grubbs, vice-chancellor of enrollment services and student success at Ivy Tech Lawrenceburg and Batesville.Ivy Tech not only cares about their students’ academic success, but also their mental health and overall well-being, Grubbs said. By providing these services, Ivy Tech may be able to assist their students by balancing their workload, family, and social life and schoolwork.Executive Director of Community Mental Health Center, Tom Talbot, said students in their early 20s are more prone to face mental illness or simply struggle with daily issues because they are facing many new issues and they may not have the necessary coping skills. “I think that the My Well Being program can be a good resource to assist students in dealing with the everyday challenges of life and to enhance their overall well-being,” Talbot said.Grubbs said Ivy Tech chose to partner with Community Mental Health Center because of their multiple locations in Dearborn, Ohio, Ripley, and Franklin County, and their connection to the community. “The beautiful thing about this partnership is the accessibility for students,” Grubbs said. “We are thrilled to partner with this very important community member.”Ivy Tech’s Lawrenceburg and Batesville locations will also have mental health awareness days, where a representative from Community Mental Health Center will set up a table to answer questions, hand out fliers and provide students with information on counseling services.The Awareness Days, in combination with the free counseling services, will help to facilitate conversations on mental health issues, said Talbot.“It’s reducing stigma, bringing issues into the light and helping people address them,” Talbot said.  last_img read more

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J-D, ESM girls lacrosse advance to sectional Class C semifinals

first_imgFor the first time, the East Syracuse Minoa girls lacrosse team found itself in the Section III Class C playoffs, poised as the no. 2 seed with the ultimate objective trying to take down top seed and two-time defending champion Jamesville-DeWitt.First, though, the Spartans had to make it through two early-round tests, starting with Monday’s quarterfinal against no. 7 seed Whitesboro, which proved a bit stressful, but still ESM defeated the Warriors 15-10.It was an active first half, both sides putting together sustained scoring runs, and it took every bit of ESM’s skill to fight its way to an 8-7 advantage going to the break. A day later, ESM found out that it would face no. 3 seed Fulton (who beat Watertown 17-9) in Thursday’s semifinals at Christian Brothers Academy’s Alibrandi Stadium, right after J-D meets no. 4 seed Cortland.To get there, the Red Rams first had to navigate through Tuesday’s quarterfinal with New Hartford, which didn’t prove too stressful as J-D blasted those other Spartans 19-2, while Cortland eliminated Carthage 16-5.During the first half, J-D put away New Hartford, shutting them out while accumulating 12 unanswered goals. And despite a running clock, the Rams kept adding to that margin.Riley LaTray scored five times and added three assists, leading J-D as Lindsay MacLachlan and Lily Loewenguth both netted three goals and MacLachlan got an assist.Kailey McKenna and Emily Bobrek both produced two goals and two assists, with Everly Kessler adding two goals and one assist. Ana Dieroff had a goal and two assists as Chloe Loewenguth also found the net.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story During the second half, the Spartans’ defense showed vast improvement, containing Whitesboro as Anna James worked her total to 11 saves, three more than Warriors counterpart Savanna Thomas.Meanwhile, Rileigh White was accumulating five goals, leading an ESM attack where Katherine Andrus and Julianna Barton each scored three times, Andrus adding two assists.Emma Biel finished with two goals and one assist. Kelly Thomas and Sydney Carnival scored, too, with Thomas earning an assist. Madison Davis and Gracie Stuhlman each had three goals for Whitesboro, with Davis notching a pair of assists.center_img Tags: ESMgirls lacrosseJ-Dlast_img read more

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Trevor Cahill struggles again in Angels’ loss to Minnesota Twins

first_img Angels’ Shohei Ohtani spending downtime working in outfield Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error PreviousTrevor Cahill of the Angels attempts to get out Jonathan Schoop of the Minnesota Twins at first base during the second inning of the game on May 15, 2019 at Target Field in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Cahill was charged for an error on the play. (Photo by Hannah Foslien/Getty Images)Shohei Ohtani of the Angels puts the ball in play against the Minnesota Twins during the third inning of the game on May 15, 2019 at Target Field in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Ohtani reached second base on the play. (Photo by Hannah Foslien/Getty Images) SoundThe gallery will resume insecondsTommy La Stella of the Angels celebrates a solo home run against the Minnesota Twins during the third inning of the game on May 15, 2019 at Target Field in Minneapolis, Minnesota. (Photo by Hannah Foslien/Getty Images)Los Angeles Angels’ Tommy La Stella jogs home on a solo home run off Minnesota Twins pitcher Jake Odorizzi in the third inning of a baseball game Wednesday, May 15, 2019, in Minneapolis. (AP Photo/Jim Mone)Los Angeles Angels’ Shohei Ohtani, left, rears back on a pitch by Minnesota Twins pitcher Jake Odorizzi as Minnesota Twins catcher Jason Castro reaches high for the ball in the third inning of a baseball game Wednesday, May 15, 2019, in Minneapolis. (AP Photo/Jim Mone)Minnesota Twins’ Ehire Adrianza hits a two-run double off Los Angeles Angels pitcher Trevor Cahill in the second inning of a baseball game Wednesday, May 15, 2019, in Minneapolis. (AP Photo/Jim Mone)Minnesota Twins pitcher Jake Odorizzi throws against the Los Angeles Angels in a baseball game Wednesday, May 15, 2019, in Minneapolis. (AP Photo/Jim Mone)Los Angeles Angels pitcher Trevor Cahill throws against the Minnesota Twins in a baseball game Wednesday, May 15, 2019, in Minneapolis. (AP Photo/Jim Mone)Los Angeles Angels’ Shohei Ohtani of Japan warms up throwing before a baseball game against the Minnesota Twins Wednesday, May 15, 2019, in Minneapolis. (AP Photo/Jim Mone)Los Angeles Angels’ Shohei Ohtani of Japan warms up throwing before a baseball game against the Minnesota Twins Wednesday, May 15, 2019, in Minneapolis. (AP Photo/Jim Mone)Trevor Cahill of the Angels attempts to get out Jonathan Schoop of the Minnesota Twins at first base during the second inning of the game on May 15, 2019 at Target Field in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Cahill was charged for an error on the play. (Photo by Hannah Foslien/Getty Images)NextShow Caption1 of 10Trevor Cahill of the Angels attempts to get out Jonathan Schoop of the Minnesota Twins at first base during the second inning of the game on May 15, 2019 at Target Field in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Cahill was charged for an error on the play. (Photo by Hannah Foslien/Getty Images)ExpandMINNEAPOLIS — The Angels’ just-completed trip was so long that Trevor Cahill started three times since they last played at Angel Stadium, with the outings going from pretty bad to pretty good and then a mix of the two.By the time it was over after the Angels’ 8-7 loss to the Minnesota Twins on Wednesday afternoon, Cahill and Manager Brad Ausmus were trying to focus on the good parts.“His changeup has really come around the last two starts and looks like the weapon that it was last year,” Ausmus said. “So really, that’s what gives me hope more than anything.”For four innings, Cahill got plenty of soft contact and ground balls. The two runs he allowed could have been avoided. A third strike got past catcher Jonathan Lucroy and another hitter reached on an infield hit. All of that was good.But by the time Cahill had left the game in the fifth, he had allowed three more runs, including his 14th homer of the season, tied for the major league lead. He ended up getting charged with six runs.“The fifth inning happened so quick, I haven’t even had the chance to process it,” Cahill said. “I felt pretty good. That last inning just kind of snowballed on me.”The net result was Cahill’s ERA rose to 6.95 after nine starts. A quarter of the way through the season, he has failed to deliver what the Angels hoped when they signed him to a one-year, $8.5-million deal.Asked how confident he is in Cahill going forward, Ausmus looked back at his last outing, on Friday in Baltimore. Sparked by the rediscovery of his changeup, Cahill gave up two runs in six innings. Angels offense breaks out to split doubleheader with Astros Tommy La Stella and Brian Goodwin each had four hits, and La Stella hit his team-leading 11th homer. Jonathan Lucroy also hit a two-run homer. Jared Walsh had three hits in his major league debut.“Offensively, we were outstanding,” Ausmus said. “We had a lot of traffic on the bases. I thought we were going to sneak away with it, but give the Twins credit, they stopped us at the end.”It was the difference between the Angels having a winning trip or going 5-6 on their 11-game odyssey through Mexico, Detroit, Baltimore and Minnesota.Cahill pitched the first and last games of the trip, although the first series in Monterrey, Mexico, was actually considered a pair of “home” games for the Angels.“It’s crazy that we were in Mexico this trip,” Cahill said. “I don’t know what the whole scheduling thing was, but this is the longest trip I’ve been on in 11 years. Guys keep battling. It’s just unfortunate. I wish I was able to help out a little more today. I don’t know what else to say. I’m not pitching good, but I guess the guys are keeping us in it.”center_img Angels’ poor pitching spoils an Albert Pujols milestone Angels’ Mike Trout working on his defense, thanks to Twitter “His last start was really good, and most of this start was really good,” Ausmus said. “It was just the last inning.”What made that last inning even more frustrating for the Angels was that they were in the middle of a robust offensive day.“I leave there and we’re down by a lot,” Cahill said, “but hat’s off to the team. They’ve been battling back again and again. It’s pretty awesome what they’ve been doing.”The Angels had 18 hits and three walks, and another batter hit by a pitch. They had at least one runner on base in every inning.Although they trailed 6-1 and 8-3, in the ninth inning they scored three runs and had the bases loaded when Shohei Ohtani grounded out to end the game. Ohtani came to the plate with nine runners on base and he didn’t drive in any of them.The Angels were 3 for 17 with runners in scoring position, with all three hits coming in the ninth.Related Articles Jose Suarez’s rocky start sinks Angels in loss to Astros last_img read more

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