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People in recovery can teach us a lot about making it through tough times with strength and dignity.
Please consider calling Governor Sununu in support of HB 1245, which includes Tobacco 21 that would raise the tobacco sale age to 21.
Learn about the cannabis products our kids may be exposed to and how to reduce the chances of our teens using in this free 90-minute rebroadcast via Operation Parent.
Granite Pathways is pleased to share an update from Faces & Voices of Recovery and we encourage your participation in a discussion about diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Tobacco 21 policies: expert discussion On May 28 at 11 am, New Futures will be joined by a panel of public health experts to discuss
As parents and children move from school to summer, panic to agitation, loss to boredom, Lynn will discuss the consistent skills we can use to help our children (and ourselves) and the emotional adjustments we’ll need to make as we move forward.
Lynn Lyons, a therapist and expert on anxiety in families, will share ways that parents can help themselves and their children navigate the uncertainty, irritation, worry, and loss that we’re all experiencing.
Dr. Maria Sanders will facilitate a reflective art show for participants to share artwork created by themselves and/or family members depicting how COVID-19 is changing the places we call home. It’s not necessary to create a piece of art, all are encouraged to attend and participate in discussion.
Train to facilitate Family Support Groups and help families supporting a loved one grappling with substance abuse.
While public perception might be that the drug problem lies primarily with the city’s homeless population, the reality is somewhat different. There is no one particular demographic which struggles with drug use and abuse. The epidemic, such as it is, can affect anyone.