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In this issue:

  • Upcoming Events
  • 4th Quarter Reflections
  • Staff Additions
  • Staff Ugly Christmas Sweater Contest
  • Pictures from Halloween 2016
  • Adult & Child/Adolescent/Parent Surveys
  • Christmas Quiz
  • Employment
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Upcoming Events:

• New Year’s Day & Martin Luther King Holiday January 2017 • Advisory Board Meeting March 2017 • Credible Partner Conference March 2017 • UALR/UAPB Job Fairs [/one_half_last]

March 2016 Download | June 2016 Download | September 2016 Download


In this issue:

  • 3rd Quarter Review
  • Upcoming Events
  • Staff Additions
  • Advisory Board Update
  • Adult Surveys
  • Child/Adolescent/Parent Surveys
  • Recap of Annual Staff Retreat via Photos
  • Employment
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Upcoming Events:

• October 2016 Domestic Violence Conference and Master Youth Plan meetings Breast Cancer Awareness Month (Race for the Cure October 22nd) • December 2016 Advisory Board Meeting Annual Christmas [/one_half_last]

March 2016 Download | June 2016 Download

Our Summer Therapeutic Program has begun! Program Dates: June 13-July 29, 2016

2nd Quarter Review

  • PAT Center hosted its 1st Annual Picnic May 2016
  • CPI & CPR trainings were held June 2016
  • Advisory Board Meeting held June 2016
  • Staff attended MidSouth Summer Conference June 2016
  • Staff attended CARF Training June 2016


  • Advisory Board Meeting August 2016
  • Telemedicine Demo Training June 2016
  • 4th of July Potluck
  • Annual Retreat August 2016

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News & Happenings

The P.A.T. Center staff observed several important events. Information was given out for Sickle Cell Awareness, PTSD and Veteran’s Day, and World AIDS Day. For October Breast Cancer Awareness, every Friday, all staff wore pink in order to promote awareness and show support. At the end of the month, three staff members were awarded a prize for participating each week. Congratulations Ms. Goodloe, Mrs. Culclager, and Mrs. Cole.

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The P.A.T. Center Vision: “is to be an honorable and professional organization through ethical and innovative leadership at all levels, providing superior services that return productive people to the community. Mental Health is a vital status for the success and development of patients and their families. The P.A.T. Center provides additional opportunities for clients and families to utilize the services outside of the normal classroom setting. The P.A.T. Center will not only focus on the mental health and behavioral issues, but the stability of the home lives as well”.
The P.A.T. Center Mission: “Provide public services to families through family therapy sessions, individual therapy sessions, paraprofessional services and one –to –one support sessions. Provide a safe, humane environment for the staff and patients; Provide information on public programs that offer services to help strengthen the family structure; Provide public information for the parents of the families to help strengthen their work ethic; Provide parental support, regular doctor visits, and services as a resource for outstanding needs in the community”.