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A huge thank you to those who can’t take snow days

The first flakes of snow bring anxiety. The subsequent inclement weather closings cause panic. For most of my adulthood, winter weather has wreaked havoc at my home. My oldest son has profound autism. Changes in weather affect his mood. Changes in schedule throw our entire household into chaos. He has three hobbies: playing the same…
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Resolve to Save Lives in 2022

by Michelle Wagaman, Prevention Services Coordinator Include RACSB Training in your New Year Resolutions Perhaps you’re like me and look at the new calendar year as an opportunity for renewal and growth. Sometimes I pick a word or intention to serve as a guide or inspiration. Other years, I list specific goals. A consistent theme…
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Learn to Spot the Signs of Teen Substance Abuse

For teenagers, hats can do more than hide a bad hair day. They can also camouflage a bad habit. A free virtual workshop will help parents and other adults who work with youth learn how to spot the signs of substance abuse by sleuthing in a teen’s bedroom. Be Well Rappahannock and Planning District 16…
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