Early Recognition Screenings: How are the children?

“How are the children?” This is the traditional greeting the Maasai people of Africa still use. This greeting emphasizes their priority of protecting the young. How the children are is a reflection of the community.  If the children are doing … 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

How to Talk to Your Children About Alcohol Use

By Linnay Harmer and Mary Dykeman – Children and teenagers are naturally curious about alcohol – they see people drinking- and they want to know more. Kids will be influenced by their friends, their teachers, TV, films and the media … Continued

Chittenango Town Hall Meeting Raises Awareness

  The Chittenango community is taking a proactive approach to educate parents, students and other community members about heroin and prescription opioid abuse. At a recent Town Hall Meeting, professionals from throughout the region, including staff from our FCS Oneida … Continued

SUNY Cortland Students Reminded to Party Smart

Staff from Cortland Prevention Resources, Cortland Area Communities that Care and the SUNY Cortland Counseling Center joined forces to promote the Majority Rules Campaign during the SUNY Cortland 3rd Annual Red Dragon Pride Day to encourage smart party habits by … Continued

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