Telebehavioral Health: A Multi-Part Series Teaser

Bear in Mind Strategies produced this important 11-video series for the Center for Telehealth Innovation, Education, and Research (C-TIER) at Old Dominion University on Telebehavioral Health that looks at the benefits and barriers, Integrated Behavioral Health Care, safety, etiquette, and equity issues, as well as provider burnout and wellness. This teaser video gives a sampling from the segments.

Norfolk Innovation Corridor: VIA design

Norfolk Innovation Corridor is a thriving Technology Zone supporting resilience products, services, and technologies. The Corridor stretches from Old Dominion University to Norfolk State University, runs through the heart of downtown Norfolk, and includes the medical center complex. Learn more about the Corridor from the head of one of the founding companies, VIA design.

Confined Space Entry:

This training video provides important information about Confined Space Entry onboard MSC ships.

Mantra Inspired Furniture

From a letter of encouragement to the creation of a furniture line, Mantra Inspired Furniture reflects the values and mantra the company lives by.

Primeplus: A Place for New Beginnings

Primeplus serves adults 50 and over with a wide variety of programs and services for both active adults and those less active, who may need care during the day. With two locations in South Hampton Roads, Primeplus is the only affordable option for Adult Day Services in the area.

Rotary Smiles: Dentures for Those in Need

Rotary Smiles, a pilot program initiated by the Rotary Club of Norfolk, VA to celebrate its 100th anniversary, provided dentures to qualified individuals of South Hampton Roads. Access Partnership, a non-profit community collaboration dedicated to improving access to health care, administered the program. This video follows the first patient through the process at the Park Place Dental Clinic. Watch her smile!

Port of Virginia Environmental Management System Training Video

The Port of Virginia adheres to a comprehensive Environmental Management System (EMS) that is ISO-14001 certified. The Port, its employees, partners, and customers are all mindful of the EMS policies and procedures in 5 key categories: Spill Prevention, Control, and Response, Litter Control and Waste Management, Storm Water Management, Hazardous and Non-Hazardous Materials Storage and Handling, and Air Quality.

Learn more about the Port of Virginia and its stewardship of the environment to ensure its quality and sustainability.