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  • The Mercury
    Glenorchy City Council picked up an unnamed lamb from Claremont on Wednesday and placed it in the council’s pound after responding to a resident’s call of a lost sheep wandering around the area. The council placed an ad in Friday’s Mercury in a bid to return the lamb to its owner. The Glenorchy City Council’s ad for the lost lamb in ...
  • Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    Glendora-to-Montclair project. The extension of the Gold Line light-rail will cost $2.1 billion. A contract was signed on Friday, Oct. 4, 2019, to go to Pomona, with the option to continue to Claremont and Montclair. (courtesy of Foothill Gold Line Construction Authority) The Gold Line Construction Authority is extending the LA-to-Azusa line to ...
  • Swimming World
    18 Pomona-Pitzer (9-7; 2-2 SCIAC); for the first time in five years. the Sage Hens have multiple losses in Southern California Intercollegiate Athletics Conference play. The latest was a 9-8 loss to Claremont-Mudd-Scripps on Wednesday in Claremont. In a season where parity may have finally arrived among the top teams in NCAA men’s polo ...
  • Patch
    Staff has continued to monitor the health of the Chinese Pistache trees on Base Line Road suffering from past drought conditions. After increased watering and close monitoring, it has been determined 26 of the trees are dead or in severe decline and in need of removal. The trees are scheduled for removal during the week of October 7, 2019. The ...
  • Finanzen
    Mike Alpert, President and CEO of The Claremont Club in Claremont, California, is a speaker as well as an attendee at the Summit. "So many of our goals for members align perfectly with their healthcare providers, but we very rarely have the chance to discuss best practices in a productive setting like this Summit," Alpert said. "I'm looking ...
  • Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    “We are developing solutions to the California housing crisis and California’s transportation problems ... bringing the number of spaces to 2,000 in preparation for the Gold Line. Ending it in Pomona or Claremont “violates the intent of AB 1600,” the city’s resolution states. “Montclair Transcenter will be the terminus of ...
  • The Press-Enterprise
    A score of saves – times two California Baptist University water polo goalkeeper Gabe Thorne earned a spot in the CBU record book – and a spot on a cushy bed. Because he was probably the busiest athlete in the Inland Empire last week. In five games over three days last week — four of those in the Gary Troyer Tournament at Claremont ...
  • Los Angeles Business Journal
    Wild bees are welcomed at the Claremont, with a ‘bee hotel’ on the grounds, designed in organization with ‘Pollinator Partnership’ to encourage bees in the area and pollination in the gardens. Ojai Valley Inn (1923) Ojai, California Margaret Sears, celebrated landscape architect created the original gardens for Ojai Valley Inn ...
  • New Kerala
    This marks the first time Welcome To The Cruel World has been issued on two LPs. Ben Harper recalls the story behind Welcome To The Cruel World Claremont, California is a small town hidden in Southern California. Some have it mapped as the last town on the eastern shoulder of Los Angeles County, most know it as the first town in the Inland Empire.
  • BroadwayWorld
    91 Claremont Ave, New York, NY 10027 on Saturday, November 9, 2019, at 7:30pm. Grays, an alumnus of The Juilliard School and California Institute of the Arts and recipient of the 2019 UMEZ and Creative Engagement grants, continues to flourish creatively. In Traces the company will be premiering his new piece, "Still Healing," inspired by ...
  • New York Times
    Mr. Munro (left), 29, is a recruitment director at Teach for America in San Francisco. He graduated cum laude from Claremont McKenna College in California and received a master’s degree in teaching from Fordham. In 2012, he was a Fulbright scholar in Warsaw, where he conducted research on social entrepreneurship. He is the son of Linda E.
  • New York Times
    (Cambridge University Press, 2016). He graduated cum laude from the University of Dallas, received a master’s degree in political philosophy from Claremont Graduate University in California and a doctoral degree in government from the University of Virginia. He is the son of Sharon A. Roberts of Austin, Texas, and John M. Roberts of Victoria ...
  • Palo Alto Weekly
    Pepperdine 13, Pomona-Pitzer 7 (at Claremont) Former Sacred Heart Prep star JC Marco recorded 11 saves, a .611 save percentage, to help the Waves to victory. California 10, at San Jose State 8 (2 ot) Menlo School grad Sam Untrecht recorded a steal in the final 10 seconds of the second overtime to secure Cal’s victory.
  • Psychology Today
    Yes, the struggle is real and if you’re finding it difficult to cope then therapy may be your next step. We each have within us the capacity to heal. And, whether you can see it now or not it is within you. I see you as already half way there before you walk in the door. Together we’ll work to bring out your strengths to your goals. My ...
  • The Business Journals
    In the Orlando, the annual mean wage for all jobs is $44,930, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Nationwide, graduates of Harvey Mudd College in Claremont, California, had an average starting salary of $85,600. Massachusetts Institute of Technology finished second with its grads pulling in an average starting salary of $83,600 ...
  • Claremont Today
     
    Claremont, California:  Bright Road Recovery Outpatient Eating Disorder Treatment Center now accepts Aetna Health and Anthem Blue Cross insurance, significantly expanding access to treatment for the Inland Empire. The addition of these insurers makes higher levels of outpatient care, including partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient programs, more affordable and easier to attend for many more individuals who live in Claremont and surrounding areas.
     
    Finding expert eating disorder care in the Inland Empire has been a challenge for many. “We’ve often heard of patients having to drive fifty, sixty miles or more per day—sometimes each way---to receive eating disorder help,” says Tamson Overholtzer, Bright Road Recovery’s executive director and certified eating disorder specialist.  “Now that we are in-network with both Aetna and Anthem Blue Cross, finding and accessing this type of specialized treatment will be so much easier for many who live in our community.”
    Eating disorders are among the most serious and complicated psychiatric disorders.

    • Eating disorder prevalence is approximately 2-4% of the total population, meaning that between 80,000 to 160,000 individuals in the Inland Empire will have an eating disorder at any given time;
    • Marginalized populations have an even higher incidence of eating disorders than the general population, yet they tend to be the most under-identified and have the most difficulty accessing care;
    • 4-5% of those experiencing an eating disorder will die as a result of their disorder;
    • Approximately 10% of those diagnosed with Anorexia Nervosa will die as a result of their disorder, making it the deadliest of all psychiatric disorders.
    • Eating disorders are treatable—recovery rates increase dramatically with treatment and early intervention.
     
    “With all that we know about how serious eating disorders are, it’s important to make sure that local health care includes access to excellent eating disorder treatment,” asserts Overholtzer.  “Contracting with these two large insurers takes us closer to the goal of making sure that anyone who needs treatment can receive it.”  Other insurance companies use Aetna and Anthem to manage their mental/behavioral health benefits.  “If you don’t see your insurer listed on our website, we still encourage you to call us,” Overholtzer urges. “Sometimes your small insurer is contracted with a larger company like Aetna or Anthem. If not, sometimes all it takes is to hear from a subscriber that they need help in their local community for an insurer to realize there is a need for additional services. We want to help folks who are trying to navigate the system to get connected to resources, whether with us or someone else.”
    About the Company: Bright Road Recovery is an outpatient eating disorder treatment center providing care at the intensive outpatient program and partial hospitalization program levels.  Bright Road Recovery also offers outpatient psychotherapy for individuals and families and professional nutritional counseling by registered dietitians. Located in the historic Claremont Village, Bright Road Recovery has easy freeway and Metrolink access.  Parking is easy and plentiful in the Metrolink lot.
     
    For more information, please visit www.BrightRoadRecovery.com.