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May is Mental Health Awareness Month

May is Mental Health Awareness Month

May is Mental Health Awareness month and we are encouraging everyone to find their NATURAL HIGH: an activity, art form or sport that you love to do - DRUG FREE - that makes you feel good inside. Knowing what your Natural High is and doing it often can lead to less stress, more manageable depression and anxiety and overall better mental health. So TAKE THE CHALLENGE and FIND YOUR NATURAL HIGH.


Crisis Text Line

Crisis Text Line

The Coronavirus Pandemic has caused our world to be in a state of chaos for over a year now. People have gone through a very difficult time that has tested them physically, emotionally and mentally. Schools closures, working from home, closure of public places, isolation and fear has become the new normal for our society and many people's mental health is suffering. Humans are social creatures and when you strip away their social outlets, they will struggle with depression, anxiety, stress, hopelessness and more. The Crisis Text Line offers 24/7 support: text 4hope to 741-741.


Find Your Natural High.

Find Your Natural High.

There are SO MANY things you can do -DRUG FREE - that will give you a {{NATURAL HIGH}}. Have you found your Natural High!? RUNNING | PHOTOGRAPHY | COOKING | MUSIC | SPORTS | EXERCISE | MEDITATION | DANCING | VOLUNTEERING | READING | ART | FISHING | HIKING | SWIMMING | CAMPING | GOING TO CONCERTS | WRITING | AND MORE!


April is Alcohol Awareness Month

April is Alcohol Awareness Month

TRY TO GO DRY: An important part of Alcohol Awareness Month is choosing an Alcohol-Free weekend during the month of April. The intent is for you to stop drinking from Friday through Monday, and then gauge the effect of the alcohol-free days. If your body has become used to the continual presence of alcohol, suddenly stopping can cause physical effects, such as sweating, nausea, headaches and trouble sleeping. If it was difficult to manage 72 hours without drinking, that struggle could signal a dependence on alcohol that should be more closely examined. If you are having trouble with your three-day alcohol-free test, we urge you to contact your medical provider or Family Recovery Center in Columbiana County, Ohio at 330-424-1468 to learn more about alcoholism and its early symptoms. (https://www.cbha.org/about-us/cbha-blog/2018/august/april-is-national-alcohol-awareness-month/)

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Take the Challenge: Find Your Natural High

Take the Challenge: Find Your Natural High

Our NATURAL HIGH campaign is a prevention message with a positive spin. So often people get stuck in a toxic cycle of chasing a high by using drugs and alcohol but we want you to know that you can chase a NATURAL HIGH by finding something that you LOVE TO DO DRUG FREE that will make you feel good inside. ✴️Take the Challenge: Find Your Natural High✴️