Incredible Years Baby Series

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                            Starts soon! For new parents with babes up to one year. Some of the topics covered include, nurturing parenting, coping with crying, safety, how to provide physical, tactile, and visual stimulation, developmental needs, and language development. This is a FREE 10-week…

Community Partner: Ripple

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              At Ripple, our mission is to be a hub for health and wellness in our community. We offer acupuncture, massage, naturopathic medicine, mental health counseling, nutrition and private yoga in a beautiful setting where people can relax, rejuvenate and heal. We combine these natural and holistic treatment services with…

Parent’s corner

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Start the conversation with your kids being informed. Click here to Learn about e-cigarettes shaped like USB flash drives, including JUUL, and actions that parents, educators, and health care providers can take to protect kids: Download “E-CIGARETTES SHAPED LIKE USB FLASH DRIVES” Get more facts at the following website resources: start

Parenting workshops

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  • Posted on September 6, 2018

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Incredible Years Baby – still time to sign up Tuesday evenings Eventbright registration here:   Guiding Good Choices Spanish dates: Monday evenings October 1-29 Eventbright registration here:   Guiding Good Choices English Series dates: Tuesdays evenings October 2-30 Eventbright registration here:

Community Survey 2018

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15 minutes makes a difference! The Community Survey is now available and we are asking for your participation! Please help us achieve our goal of 300 completed community surveys. The results help to inform a better understanding of the needs of our community and determine the programs, projects, and events offered to meet those needs.…

CADCA Mid-year Training Conference

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The Mid-Year training provided Unite! the tremendous opportunity to expand knowledge in prevention science and improve skills in implementing evidence-based strategies. Attended in-depth courses are relevant and covered multiple topics to empower prevention efforts in our community.   (From left to right) Margaret McCarthy, Bridget McCarthy, Chloe Connors, Amara Farah, Paul Greenlee, Deborah Connors, Ann…