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Statistics show that rural adults struggling with mental health issues are significantly less likely to receive treatment than those in urban communities. Additionally, the geographic isolation of rural areas along with a lack of transportation and reliable treatment facilities can further magnify and prolong substance abuse and mental health disorders. During this Covid-19 pandemic, the JC Seneca Foundation, Native Pride, and Harmonia Collaborative Care have joined forces to provide access to virtual mental health therapy
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In acknowledgement of the sacrifices being made by health care providers and first responders, Native Pride has expanded their truck driver giveaway of immune-boosting juices to include Seneca Fire, Seneca Nation Marshals, The Health Centers, and Community Health and Wellness Centers on both the Cattaraugus and Allegany Territories. Additionally, Native Pride has donated 120 N-95 masks and more than 1,500 pairs of protective gloves to those same locations. According to Native Pride Owner, J Seneca,
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Native Pride Owner to Give Employees Raise for Efforts in Serving Truckers During COVID-19 April 3, 2020, Irving, NY- Native Pride Travel Plaza owner, JC Seneca, is giving a retroactive pay raise to his hourly employees. According to the business owner, the increase is his way of showing appreciation for his staff in the ways they are serving truckers during this demanding time. “Since the spread of COVID-19, America’s professional truck drivers are being challenged
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Since Native Pride is designated as an Emergency Stop Location by the Niagara International Transportation Technology Coalition (NITTEC,) travelers can trust that we will be open with fuel and food during challenging times. In staying open during the spread of COVID-19, we are taking extra precautions to ensure that our fuel areas are sanitized and our gas & diesel attendants are wearing proper protective gear, hand sanitizers are available at every entrance and at each
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Native Pride’s Coronavirus (COVID-19) Response Las Vegas Sponsor & Exhibitor At RES 2020 Last week J C Seneca and his Tallchief Hemp Team headed to Las Vegas as a sponsor and exhibitor at RES 2020, a high caliber networking, business development event sponsored by the National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development (NCAIED.) Together with his wife, Nicole, their daughter and Office Administrator, Lydia White, Native Pride Marketing/Communications Manager, Erika Seneca and Native Pride Attorney,
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