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December is 3D Awareness Month

December is 3D Awareness Month

3D (Drugged and Drunk Driving) Awareness is during the month of December! There are 112 million self-reported drunk drivers each year and only 1% of them will face arrest for DUI. Every day, 29 people in the United states of America die in motor vehicle crashes that involve an alcohol-impaired driver. That means that someone loses their life every 50 minutes due to someone making a choice to drink and then get behind the wheel of a car. During the month of December, (and all year) decide to drink responsibly. Don't drink and drive.


THANK YOU RETREAT SPONSORS!

THANK YOU RETREAT SPONSORS!

THANK YOU to our Women's Empowerment Retreat Sponsors: Columbiana County Mental Health & Recovery Services Board, Family Recovery Center, Columbiana Community Foundation, D'Lux Motors (Columbiana) and Quota Club International, LLC (Salem). We wouldn't be able to host this event without the support of those in our community! *empowered women, empower women*


2021 Women's Empowerment Retreat

2021 Women's Empowerment Retreat

Our Women's Empowerment Retreat is next week, November 5-7 and we are so excited. This event will feature keynote speakers including Dr. Candice McDonald, CEO of Success Up Life and founder of Women & Wisdom, Sarah Dickey, CEO of Heart Centered Living, LLC and Judge Carol Ann Robb of the 7th District Court of Appeals. The weekend will also feature break-out sessions including: How to Heal from Hurt, Healthy Boundaries, Let's Talk Mental Health, Budgeting Doesn't Suck, Explore Your Personality Enneagram Style, Know Your Self-Worth, Find Your Happiness and Creative Indoor Mindfulness. Women in attendance can expect to be encouraged and inspired to STEP IN TO THEIR POWER through a weekend that focuses on mental health, healthy relationships, positive self-image, mindfulness, self-care, empowerment and more! A community panel of experts will be available to answer attendees questions on Saturday evening and resources will be available to help women after the retreat.


National Suicide Prevention Week

National Suicide Prevention Week

We can all help prevent suicide. Every year, the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline and other mental health organizations and individuals across the U.S. and around the world raise awareness of suicide prevention during September, National Suicide Prevention Month. On Friday, September 17th the Columbiana County Suicide Prevention Coalition will host a suicide prevention awareness walk around the Dickey Drive Circle in Lisbon starting at 11:30am. Community organizations and agencies will be on hand to distribute resources and proclamations will be read by Lisbon Mayor Peter Wilson and Columbiana County commissioners.


June is Marijuana Use & Abuse Awareness Month

June is Marijuana Use & Abuse Awareness Month

Marijuana is the most commonly used addictive drug after tobacco and alcohol and many people who use cannabis, use it to relax and cope with stress - but we encourage you to find your NATURAL HIGH. What is it that you love to do - DRUG FREE - that makes you feel good inside? #naturalhigh #adaptofcolumbianacounty