TC3 Offering Free Narcan Training for Community Members

Tompkins Cortland Community College, in partnership with the Cortland County Health Department, is offering a free Narcan Training for college faculty, staff, and students as well as members of the community. Nov. 16 | 5 p.m. | Cortland Extension Center … Continued

AmeriCorps Positions Available at the Agency NOW!

Family Counseling Services and Cortland Prevention Resources are pleased to announce that the agency has been approved for three full-time AmeriCorps positions to work with our staff. The overall purpose of this program is to combat the opioid and heroin … Continued

607 Healing Hearts: Overdose Grief Support Group Formed

We wanted to share that an overdose grief support group has formed in the Cortland community. 607 Healing Hearts is a peer run group with professional support for parents and guardians who have lost a child to a drug overdose. … Continued

Alcohol Awareness Month: Talking with Kids About Alcohol

My kids are only in middle school, do I really have to talk to them about alcohol? Children and teenagers are naturally curious about alcohol – they see people drinking- and they want to know more. Kids will be influenced … Continued

8 Reasons Why People Don’t Get Treatment for Mental Illness….and how we can help

Dr. David Susman has a great post on his blog listing 8 Reasons Why People Don’t Get Treatment for Mental Illness that is worth reading. But Family Counseling Services has things to offer that can help cut down that list. … Continued