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Beat the Back to School Blues with These Helpful Tips

Local students are heading back to school this week. A new school year can often bring anxiety. And this year more than most. Many school children are entering classrooms for the first time in more than a year. Some have been isolated. Kids may be rusty on their social skills--and wary of jumping back into…
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12 Books To Boost Your Mental Health

Aug. 9 is National Book Lovers Day, and we love a good read. Reading is a great way to de-stress and practice self-care. And we've compiled some recommendations from mental health professionals about books that deal with mental health. So find a soft blanket, your favorite hot drink, and a quiet nook and settle in.…
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Celebrate Chocolate Chip Cookie Day with a Visual Recipe

Today is National Chocolate Chip Cookie Day. And while it is possible to get national day overload--there seems to be a day for just about everything--we figured that you can't go wrong in celebrating such a universally loved treat. To that end, we have a treat to share. Unfortunately, we haven't figured out how to…
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Understanding the New Marijuana Laws in Virginia

Part of the mission of the Rappahannock Area Community Services Board is to provide education, recovery, treatment and wellness supports to the residents of Planning District 16. Our Prevention Services works to educate children and youth (as well as adults) on the impacts of substance use and abuse. Their goal is to help youth make…
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