TITLE: Virginia Beach Prevention Services COVID-19 Survival Series

Week #3: How to Avoid and Cope with Social Isolation During COVID-19    Virginia Beach Behavioral Health, Wellness and Prevention Services continues to share our weekly series with mental health resources and support for children and families. Learn more information at the following links:   Resources How to Avoid Social Isolation During COVID-19   www.aarp.org/health/conditions-treatments/info……

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Week #2: Free Trainings from Children’s Hospital of the King’s Daughters

Virginia Beach Behavioral Health, Wellness and Prevention Services unit would like to continue our weekly mental health resources and information series to support children and families by sharing the following FREE trainings from Children’s Hospital of the King’s Daughters   Get Connected- Webinars for Parents and Professionals Register at CHKD.org/Classes for login information May to August…

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Virginia Beach Behavioral, Health, Wellness and Prevention Services COVID-19 Survival Series

Virginia Beach Behavioral, Health, Wellness and Prevention Services COVID-19 Survival Series With the spread of COVID-19, we are facing unprecedented challenges. During this time of social distancing Virginia Beach Department of Behavioral Health, Wellness and Prevention Services is aware of the need for additional resources for you and your family. To assist in addressing this…

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Wake Up! 2019: Media, Drugs & Your Teen

FREE Community Forum · What’s in Your Medicine Cabinet? · What’s Hiding in Your Teen’s Bedroom? Visit our exhibit “Hidden in Plain Sight”: Can you spot the warning signs of drug abuse in this exhibit that looks like your teen’s bedroom? · Your Teen’s Social Media & Secret Messages Speakers include: Dr. Ben Fickenscher, Federal Bureau of Investigation,…

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REVIVE Classes!!!!

REVIVE! Classes REVIVE! is Virginia’s Opioid Overdose and Naloxone Education (ONE) program, helping people learn how to recognize and respond to opioid overdose emergencies by administering naloxone, a medication that can reverse the effects of an opioid overdose. Medical experience is helpful but not necessary! The class will be offered to anyone interested in attending…

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