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

Help for Struggling Family Member

By Monica Nouvong and Mary Peterson – My family member is struggling with substance use but I really think the center of the problem is anxiety and depression. What can I do to help? What your family member is going … Continued

National Prevention Week: Preventing Youth Tobacco Use

Tobacco use is the leading cause of preventable death in our community and across the country. Exposure to both ads and product displays has been shown to make youth more likely to start smoking. The more tobacco marketing kids see, … Continued