Stephanie Rimel looks at a photo of her younger brother, Kyle Dixon, inside the house Kyle shared with his dad.  Brett Sholtis / Transforming Health

COVID-19 killed their brother. Misinformation about the virus divided their family.

By Brett Sholtis

For some people, grief is complicated by attitudes about the virus among family and friends.

Loss, healing, resistance, and hope: 5 recent grads reflect on a turbulent year

From the trauma and isolation of this past year, these students found a new sense of community, new sets of skills, new coping methods, and new ways to take care of others.

By Emily Rizzo/WHYY

Wolf signs bill to extend pandemic regulatory waivers

The bill allows the waivers to last through Sept. 30, unless Wolf’s administration ends them sooner.

By The Associated Press

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Program Highlights

Monday, June 21 at 7pm

Explore the story of mental illness in science and society, tracing the evolution of this complex topic from its earliest days to present times. Watch selected clips of Mysteries of Mental Illness, followed by a panel discussion exploring the topic with local experts.

The event is supported by Capital BlueCross.


Thursday, June 24

During this discussion, Toward Racial Justice look at the role Black and Latino churches play in our communities, what makes them unique, and what they bring today to the racial and social justice movement.