Support Groups

Why should you join a fertility support group

If you are struggling with infertility, should you join a fertility support group? As you reflect on this, it is necessary to know that no matter where you are on your journey to becoming a parent, a fertility support group can go a long way in making this process easier …

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Oakland families are suing California over its distance learning plan. Here is the last one

At the end of November, a coalition of parents, students and parent rights groups, including Oakland’s Reach, which is based in Oakland, and the Community Coalition of Los Angeles, filed a lawsuit against the state of California, alleging that education officials, including Superintendent Tony Thurmond and the California Department of …

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Parkinson’s support group to meet in person on Thursday, June 17

DAILY Al-Anon and Alateen: Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Al-Anon meetings will be held virtually until further notice. For more information and links to local meetings, visit https://wilmingtonncal-anon.org/, email wilmingtonais@gmail.com or call 910-338-9059. For national information, https://al-anon.org/. Alcoholics Anonymous (AA): 24 hour response service. Meets daily; call for time …

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Eight Best Miami Gay Pride Events 2021

^ I support Local Community Journalism Support Miami’s independent voice and help keep the future of The New Times free. It’s been a tough year for LGBTQ + people already. On the first day of the pride month, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis signed Florida’s Fairness in Women’s Sport Act place. …

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NOTICE: What is a life worth? | Notice

When you think about looking at drug addiction as a medical problem, the question of morality comes out of the equation – of course, you would be helping someone die. But why not someone who dies of an overdose? The Jones County Sheriff’s Department made its third Narcan stop two …

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More than 300 students, faculty and alumni sign statement urging Penn to withdraw from Israel

Philadelphians march in a rally calling for an end to the Israeli occupation of Palestine on May 14, 2018. (Photo by Joe Piette | CC BY-NC-SA 2.0) Penn students against the occupation of Palestine issued a statement calling on the University to step aside and terminate contracts with companies complicit …

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Family creates wellness center in honor of Ian Miskelley

HOLLAND – Steve and Jill Miskelley, parents of the late Ian Miskelley, no longer want families to have to live with what they have. Ian committed suicide in September 2020 at the age of 19 after years of battling depression. Despite a clinical diagnosis and the support of the University …

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Poll: After controversial session, state legislature sees high negative numbers

Controversial topics drowned the bread and butter typical of the legislative session, and it played in public opinion. A new Talk Business & Politics-Hendrix College poll of 535 Arkansas voters finds that the 93rd General Assembly only got a 32% approval rating, while 45% disapproved of its actions. Q: Do …

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Washington State to Re-Require Active Job Search for People Receiving Unemployment Benefits

Paul Roberts / The Seattle Times The nearly 300,000 Washingtonians who are still claiming unemployment benefits will soon be forced to look for work to continue to receive these benefits. The job search requirement resumes on July 4, the state’s Department of Employment Security (ESD) said on Wednesday. “With the …

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