The Peoria Woman - May 2004

The Chief Flight Nurse for Life Flight at OSF Saint Francis Medical Center talks with The Peoria Woman about the history of the Life Flight program, its upcoming 20th anniversary celebration at OSF, and much more.

Features

Lead Story

Our Kids Are Counting On Us: Suicide Prevention
by Tori Phelps
May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and MHA Executive Director Katie Jones said the organization is using this opportunity to ask community women to consider the issue of youth suicide prevention. Why? "Because our kids are counting on us," she said.

Peoria Profile

Ellen Erlichman: Licensed Clinical Social Worker
If you have a problem, Ellen Erlichman can probably help you find a solution. Erlichman, a licensed clinical social worker in private practice, describes her job as "helping others help themselves to lead a happy, fulfilled life."

Columns

The Birthday Weekend
Tori Phelps, The Peoria Woman Editor
Commonly Asked Questions
Dr. Tony Fry, Peoria Chiropractical Center
Help Your Graduate Emerge From College With Less Debt
Sandra Beneventi, Commerce Bank
Spring Into a New Hair Style
Protect Your Family During Storm Season
Jeanne Buysee, American Family Insurance

Extras

From the Editor

Jan Wright, Publisher
Thank goodness media conglomerates-magazine publishers, television programmers, radio hosts, etc.-are now targeting the concerns of the over-40 woman.