The Top 10 Reasons to Work at Newport Healthcare

More people are voluntarily leaving their jobs than ever before. Close to 3 percent of the America workforce quit in August 2021, according to the US Department of Labor. This collective reassessment is fueled in part by the desire for a more balanced life and better mental health in the workplace.  At Newport Healthcare, our mission to…

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18 Things to Do When You’re Feeling Lonely, According to Experts

You could say this world is more connected than it’s ever been. Friends, family and strangers who live miles apart can communicate instantly thanks to social media and email. Anyone can hop on a plane from New York City and reach Los Angeles in just hours. In large metropolitan melting pots across the globe, thousands…

How to Navigate Conversations at a Mixed Vaxxed Thanksgiving

For many families and friends, this holiday season will mark the first year of reunification since the pandemic began. But even in a joyous moment, families and friends may find themselves navigating difficult conversations about COVID-19 vaccination and safety precautions. “This holiday season will be unlike any other,” Danielle Roeske, PsyD, vice president of residential…

Holiday Recipes from Our Chefs

To our colleagues, our partners, and the clients and families we serve—may the holidays bring you time for relaxation, renewal, and connection with loved ones. We hope these recipes from two of Newport’s talented chefs offers inspiration for your celebrations! A great meal is an experience that nourishes more than your body. Ruth Reichl Oat-Crusted…

Planting Hope: Newport Marks World Mental Health Day

According to the World Health Organization’s latest statistics, depression is one of the leading causes of disability, and suicide is the second leading cause of death among 15- to 29-year-olds. The consequences of not addressing adolescent mental health conditions extend to adulthood, impairing both physical and mental wellness and limiting opportunities to lead fulfilling lives.…

Addressing the Gap in Care for Teens and Young Adults in Texas

Like their peers around the country, adolescents and young adults in Texas are struggling with anxiety, depression, substance abuse, and other co-occurring disorders. Yet, according to Mental Health America’s 2021 rankings, 67 percent of Texas teens and 60 percent of adults in the state do not receive any care at all for major depression or…