May is Mental Health Awareness Month, which gives adults an opportunity to offer their support to the young people in their lives. While everyone can use a little more kindness and
A major depressive disorder is likely to occur in more than ¾ of problem gamblers, and 20% of problem gamblers have attempted suicide – a rate 20 times higher than for non-gamblers.
Join us for a Lunch Break! Wednesdays, from 12-12:30 PM, join a fun, informal (virtual) lunch break for information on upcoming Prevention Week activities. National Prevention Week
The COVID-19 pandemic has kept society cooped up inside and playing video games is a welcome diversion to the outside world. The majority of people are able to participate in gaming
This time of year can be hard for those who may be suffering from a gambling problem, as March Madness is heating up. March Madness can lead to “April Sadness” for those
National Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month. That’s right, not only is it the month of love <3 but, sadly, it’s also a month to be vigilant about teens and romantic
Some Dos and Don’ts to Share with Your Teen As a parent or guardian of a young person, sometimes it’s difficult to know where to draw the line when it comes to romance: we