Support Groups

Colorado Children’s Hospital declares state of emergency over mental health and suicide | North Springs Edition

Officials at the Colorado Children’s Hospital have declared “a state of emergency in pediatric mental health,” saying their entire system is taxed and experiencing an unprecedented overload of children as young as 8 years old in need. immediate treatment, mainly for suicidal thoughts and attempts. “We are inundated with children …

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Why the 5 million young Indians present the hope of stopping the pandemic

23-year-old Mumbaikar Kshitij Kamble educated and publicized COVID-19 vaccination and window openings among his family, friends and acquaintances. “I keep an eye out for window openings for vaccinations and help them register. I also talk about vaccinations and answer their questions. When you talk to people, you realize that there …

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Into Action Recovery Society, a ThreeBestRated 2021 Award-Winning Substance Abuse Treatment Center, Provides Tips for Staying Sober After Rehab

Addiction, in its fundamental sense, is harmful and life threatening. Thanks to drug addiction treatment centers around the world. Drug addiction treatment and rehabilitation centers help people overcome their addiction and lead healthy lives. However, some people find it difficult to refrain from addiction after rehabilitation. Alcoholics generally find it …

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Immigrant Advocates Protest Murphy’s Plan for ‘Excluded’ Worker Fund – New Brunswick Today

NEWARK, NJ – A crowd of 150, mostly low-wage undocumented workers, their families and advocates marched through Newark on May 19 to protest the amount of money allocated to a COVID-19 relief fund for “excluded” workers announced by Governor Phil Murphy. Murphy announced on May 7 that $ 40 million …

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Advocacy groups call on Japanese government to rethink tougher anti-cannabis law

Advocacy groups on Thursday submitted a written demand to Health Minister Norihisa Tamura asking the government to reconsider its plans to criminalize cannabis use, saying the need for “support rather than punishment”. The Japan Advocacy Network for Drug Policy says tougher cannabis control law could deny both jobs and housing …

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Virtual community for entrepreneurs here to stay

Launched in response to the pandemic, the Vermont Startup Collective increases its membership, its relevance to the reopening of businesses BURLINGTON Vermont (May 28, 2021) – Since launching in October 2020, the Vermont Startup Collective has experienced surprisingly strong engagement and rapid growth. With a focused virtual space to advance …

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Bereavement support includes groups for adolescents

Through wpeditor | at May 28, 2021 The Livingston Memorial bereavement and bereavement program provides free bereavement services to the community. Trained grief counselors and volunteer support group leaders provide teletherapy through Zoom to those mourning the death of a loved one. A new support group for people aged 11 …

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COVID-19 pandemic has fueled an outbreak of eating disorders

Many hospital beds are full. Waiting lists for outpatient treatment are swelling. And teens and adults seeking help with eating disorders often find it takes months to get an appointment. The pandemic has created dangerous conditions for eating disorders, leading to a surge in new cases and relapses that do …

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Support groups: Wednesday May 26, 2021

EDITOR’S NOTE: Note that due to the threat of COVID-19, some events may be canceled or rescheduled unexpectedly. AA, AL-ANON, ALATEEN: AA – Monday to Friday, noon and 5:30 p.m. Saturday, 7 p.m. Sunday, 10:30 a.m. and 7 p.m., 1 rue Warren, (803) 775-1852. AA Women Meeting – Wednesday, 7 …

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