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As the summer winds down, children and youth across the nation are returning to in-person learning for this school year. While the back-to-school season can bring a few jitters for most children, some experience increased anxiety and other mental health challenges.  Children and youth may...

April is Alcoholism Awareness Month in the United States. It was established by the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence to educate the general public about the dangers associated with alcohol and establish criteria for when to seek help from substance abuse. Education about safer...

By Melissa Andrews, Recreation Therapy Specialist & Family Facilitator [caption id="attachment_3688" align="alignleft" width="225"] Melissa Andrews, Recreation Therapy Specialist & Family Facilitator[/caption] One of the most difficult times in the life of a family can be making the decision whether or not to admit their child into a...

Happy World Introvert Day!   Happy belated World Introvert Day, which was celebrated earlier this week on January 2nd! Introverts and extroverts alike are recovering from holiday festivities. World Introvert Day was created to bring awareness to introvert personalities living in an extroverted world. An introvert is...

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