August 24, 2019

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month

domestic violence

Walden Sierra remains committed to mourning those lost, celebrating survivors, and connecting victims with paths to end the violence.

Walden Cancels Annual Fundraiser

Hope for Tomorrow

Walden Behavioral Health has canceled its annual fundraiser scheduled for Friday, Sept. 29. Walden is urging supporters to support either the official charities set up to support hurricane recovery efforts or to support local homelessness through Three Oaks Center in Lexington Park.

Story Highlights Need for Overdose Awareness

overdose awareness

Walden and the St. Mary’s County Health Department are sponsoring a special event Aug. 31 in honor of International Overdose Awareness Day.

Event Focuses on Overdose Awareness

Overdose awareness

Aug. 31, 2017, will be a day for remembrance, reflection, and hope for the future as the community marks International Overdose Awareness Day with the help of Walden and the St. Mary’s County Health Department.

Nonprofit Leaders Get Help at Conference

Nonprofit leaders

Nonprofit leaders and the people who support them came to the College of Southern Maryland Nonprofit Institute Conference at the College of Southern Maryland on April 28. The conference attracted more than 150 people to hear from local experts on the issues faced by nonprofits and community leaders.

Lynch Ends 33 Yrs. of Service at Walden

Lynch Ends 33 Yrs. of Service at Walden

Walden Behavioral Health’s COO Gary Lynch is leaving the organization after 33 years of service.

Nonprofit Panel Includes Walden’s O’Brien


Dr. Kathleen O’Brien of Walden Behavioral Health will be a member of the panel at the College of Southern Maryland Nonprofit Institute’s 2017 conference, Jump-Start Your Leadership, to be held Friday, April 28, in La Plata.

Walden Joins Seminar on Substance Abuse

Substance Abuse Walden Behavioral Health

Elizabeth Lenhart-Cooksey, clinical services operator at Walden Behavioral Health, joined a panel at the recent Health Awareness Seminars on Substance Abuse at the Naval Air Station Patuxent River in March.

Michaels, Brewster to Lead Healthy Partnership

HEAL Action Team

Healthy St. Mary’s Partnership selects new steering committee at annual meeting.

Officers Train to Fight Mental Health Crisis

Mental Health Crisis

Sgt. Michael Boyer, Correctional Officer 1st Class Michael Labanowski, Jr, Correctional Officer Melissa Dodson, and Correctional Officer 1st Class Nick Alioto were among the attendees of Critical Intervention Team training, which focuses on dealing with residents who may be experiencing a mental health crisis.