Counter Tools Volunteers

Hello: Has anyone utilized volunteers for store audits and scans? I will be working on a volunteer position description for this project and didn’t want to reinvent the wheel if someone already had a position description written up. Thanks, Heather

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Opioid Epidemic Community Event

Opioid Epidemic: Let’s Talk About It June 8, 2017 The event will provide the community an opportunity to learn more about the opioid epidemic that is occurring across the nation and will include a key note speaker, Dr. Marissa Levine, as well as an expert panel discussion and the opportunity to watch the entire documentary. […]

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Children’s Mental Health Awareness Month Resources

Awareness Month Highlights Resources for Children’s Mental Health Throughout the month of May, in recognition of the 2017 Children’s Mental Health Awareness Month, the Alexandria Department of Community and Human Services’ Center for Children and Families is engaging the community with the theme of resilience. For event information and mental health resources, visit www.alexandriava.gov/DCHS. The effort […]

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Mental Health First Aid

Join us in taking an Adult Mental Health First Aid Class ! Date: Saturday, June 10, 2017 Time: 8:30am-4:30pm Place: Richmond Behavioral Health Authority, 107 S 5th Street, Richmond, VA 23219 Contact: Mary Lee @ (804) 819-4066 or leem@rbha.org to register for this class  

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COMMUNITY ADDRESSES DRUG EPIDEMIC Opioid users ‘could be any one of us,’ doctor tells community forum in Fredericksburg

http://www.fredericksburg.com/news/opioid-users-could-be-any-one-of-us-doctor-tells/article_794e155b-54af-56cb-86cd-c487f26bc526.html   COMMUNITY ADDRESSES DRUG EPIDEMIC Opioid users ‘could be any one of us,’ doctor tells community forum in Fredericksburg   If one message came through during a community meeting about the opioid epidemic, it’s that the people who get hooked on prescription pain pills—then advance to heroin because everything in their system is set […]

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REVIVE training in Chesapeake

A free REVIVE training will be offered June 7 from 1p-3p at South Norfolk Memorial Library, 801 Poindexter Street, Chesapeake, VA.  Training provided by Chesapeake Integrated Behavioral Healthcare.  Seating is limited and registration is required. Go to https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/MV88S3R  to register.

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