Get to know your neighbors for mental health

July 19, 2018

National Night Out is August 7 this year. It has been celebrated since 1983, with the goal of strengthening communities and neighborhoods. When neighbors get to know each other, they create a safer and more connected community. Many neighborhoods choose this night to block off their street and have a party. Dr. Nathan Engle, PsyD, a psychologist with Providence Medical Group, joined us to talk about building a community and the benefits of getting to know your neighbors.

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