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Eastern Hills Journal Press (Newspaper) - May 6, 1987, Cincinnati, OhioHe journal press a wednesday May 6,1987 a3use of mental health care up As stigma lessens by Bonnie Winters staff reporter Tom Palmer believes people need to be aware of How their taxes Are used in the area of mental health. The my. Lookout Man who is executive director of mental health services East inc. Mus directs a staff of 30 at one of the few not for profit private Community health programs in the area. A a it a important that people who vote for mental health levies see some outcome from their efforts a said Palmer. A your pro Jimson far from harmless Jimson Weed May look harmless enough but some area teens Are using it to get a cheap Legal High the Toul smelling Plant with Large trumpet shaped purplish or White Flowers can be found growing along the highways of Hamilton county. Most of us ignore it As just another Weed. A we hear about 6 cases a year of kids usually Young uninformed youth a who Swallow the seeds and then have some pretty unpleasant experiences a said John Roney of the drug and Poison information Center. A the responses after ingestion cannot be predicted. These cases Are generally not fatal. The biggest problem is in the fall the seed pods of the Jimson Weed mature and dry. The Active ingredients in the seeds Are the Belladonna alkaloids which have both Central nervous system stimulating and depressant activities. The alterations of brain chemicals and cells produce the behavioural effect of excitation accompanied by toxic delirium and possibly hallucinations. Other effects include rapid heart rate fever dilated pupils constipation and urinary retention. In a few cases convulsions and Amny Sia occurred. Treatment usually involves monitoring and symptomatic support of the patient in severe cases the a a antidote May be used. has Side effects please see Jimson a10 Gram sees 900 people of All Ages per year. We have a current caseload of 600 people and we always have a waiting Palmer said the Public a changing attitudes toward mental health has caused an ironic situation. A now that there a less stigma attached to getting help for mental health problems we done to have enough facilities to help everyone we Palmer said a the influx of patients seeking mental health care has been increased by the a government a a push in the past new years to de institutionalize patients. A a we re picking up Many patients who were put out of hospitals and now have no other place to a Tom Palmer a a we re picking up Many patients who were put out of hospitals and now have no other place to go a said Palmer a there is a trend for Public tax Money to be used More for the chronically ill. We Hope to soon provide for Day treatment for the chronically ill and to advocate More residential housing my see a offices located since 1974 on Erie Avenue in Hyde Park will soon be moving to a new building on Madison Road in Madison Ville. The professionally trained staff of clinical social workers psychologists psychiatrists and psychiatric nurses work with patients in various aspects of mental health care everything from family conflicts to depression. The program services clients in Eastern Hamilton county from neighbourhoods As far South As California to Sycamore township in the nor Bonnie Winters press staff flowery Parise mayor Charles Luken surrounded by volunteers at the Krohn conservatory gets ready to launch balloons during a Salute to All area volunteers. The launch was the grand finale to a Blooming Success a the end of show Plant Sale. Thanks to countless Volunteer hours everything a coming up roses at Sites like the Bishop visits Oakley the most reverend Anthony f. M. Calvier . Celebrated the holy eucharist and gave the Sermon at st. Paul a american episcopal Church in Oakley on april 26. Clavier Primus of the american episcopal Church is the Ordinary of the diocese of the Eastern United states. Richard m. Watson organist at st. Paul a said Calviero a visit was of special interest to area episcopalians. Calvier is the presiding Bishop of the american episcopal Church which has More than 90 congregations in this country divided into four i Oseres. There is a fifth diocese in Mexico. Here a the scoop its not too late to sign up As a club or school correspondent for your club organization or school. Thern end of the county. Palmer said 50 percent of the clients Are chronically mentally ill patients who will need Long Range treatment. Muse offers special programs such As the senior outreach and mental health for youth programs. The staff also handles specific and unusual issues such As teen suicide with Withrow High school students or cultural adjustment for area refugees. A your Mission is to serve people who can to get services elsewhere a explained Palmer. Due to the combination of reasonable Cost variety of ser vices and competent personnel the Mission has been successful so far. Palmer said statistics show that 75 percent of their clients Only pay 20 percent of the fee charged. Fees Are based on income and family size. Recent surveys showed 96 per ent of the clients rated the therapists in the a wok to extremely competent category. Close to 90 percent of the clients Felt their problems had improved or changed As a result of coming to the Agency. Palmer said he has been very leased with my see a efforts and opes to further expand services in the future. P i fairs goal to help elderly fare better in housing by Bonnie Winters staff reporter st. Paul a Church is located in a shared facility at 4100 Taylor ave. The vicar is the ven. Gene a. Mitchusson it. Lookout. Housing is a concern for most people especially for the elderly. A affordable housing in Good locations is one of the biggest problems a said Katie Kunst service coordinator at Hyde Park Center for older adults. A they need to be close to services such As shopping areas restaurants and doctors because so Many of them done to drive. Some folks Are paying $300 a month rent on a $400 monthly income in order to get increasing costs for nursing Home and Multi dwelling facilities Are a problem not Only for the elderly but also for their relatives who May need to sup Eort them financially and make using decisions. Kunst said studies show the average Cost per year for nursing Home care is $25,000. Re some charge $85 per Day a she said. A a it a Scarey when you think of your own or pm rented future housing to facilitate awareness of the options available in the greater Cincinnati area the Center is holding the alternative housing fair. The first of its kind in the area the fair is bringing together representatives from area retirement communities and other housing advocates to answer questions and provide valuable information on housing alternatives. Organized by the centers Vicki Davis the fair will offer information from sources such As the episcopal retirement Homes the Lodge of Montgomery Good Samaritan Hospital the new England club Eastgate health care Florence Park the better housing league and shared family living. A a we la have information on a wide Range of services and prices everything from Independent living to assisted living situations a said Kunst. A the goal of the alternative housing fair is pre planning. The message is done to wait until you re 90 to arrange housing because it certainly is not getting any the alternative housing fair is 10 a. M. To 4 ., May 12 at the Center 2800 Erie ave., Hyde Park. Refreshments will be sold at the Center cafe. Parking will be available at the Hyde Park Community United methodist Church Observatory and. Grace avenues. The Center Van will have shuttle service Between the Church and the Center. The alternative housing fair is free and open to the Public. For further information Call 321-6816. Proud moms and dads grandmas and grandpas Cincinnati suburban press would like to share in the birth of your new baby. A face is the place with the helpful hardware Many by and Clermont lumber co. 105 water st. Milford 831-5290 open daily 7 30 am-5 pm saturday till 4 pm May Best buys two great locks at one Low Price exclusively from Kwi set manufacturer of America s largest Selling residential Ioc sets with Matching finishes. 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