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Business Buzz: New food delivery business; mental health unit for teens

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Providence Psychiatric Services implements an evidence-based Trauma Informed Care model, treating patients holistically and acknowledging the long-term impacts of trauma, with the goal of building resilience and promoting links to recovery.

“Our design provides a therapeutic, flexible, safe and secure environment, using researched ligature-resistant hardware and furnishings,” Hoven wrote. “All of the furnishings within the unit are designed for behavioral health care environments, with weighted frames and durable materials.The space includes a seclusion room, ante room and private bathroom for safety events.”

A new food delivery business is operating in the Garden City.

“Under the name True Food Missoula, which we had used a few years ago for our soup club delivery project, we will be offering a weekly menu from which folks can choose to have delivered to their doorstep a variety of healthful thoughtfully made items: soups and stews, fresh breads and spreads, and pastries, as well as other items made by creative and conscientious vendors here in town,” said owner Paige Pitzer. “Deliveries will be once a week on Wednesdays.”

She said they are operating under an approved restriction/exclusion policy that includes temperature logging of all those working, restricted use of delivery vehicle, and antibacterial sanitization of all contact surfaces including handles of delivery coolers.

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