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Catholic Community Services Family Behavioral Health are holders of hope

By Nika Bartoo-Smith, Columbian staff reporter
Published: December 19, 2022, 6:05am
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Shelly Austin, from left, chats with her daughter, Catholic Community Services Family Behavioral Health employee Sarah Larkins, and Jeff Austin at the grand opening celebration for Catholic Community Services Family Behavioral Health's new offices in Salmon Creek.
Shelly Austin, from left, chats with her daughter, Catholic Community Services Family Behavioral Health employee Sarah Larkins, and Jeff Austin at the grand opening celebration for Catholic Community Services Family Behavioral Health's new offices in Salmon Creek. (Photos by Rockne Andrew Roll for The Columbian) Photo Gallery

When helping a youth experiencing a mental health crisis get to a better head space, Patrick Dixson brings out his African drum and guides the young person through creating rhythm. Another strategy he uses is to bring out his boxing gloves and pads to help guide the youth through a series of moves to release some emotions.

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