FCCS Moves to Telephone and Telehealth Services to Ensure Access to Behavioral Health Services

To protect the health of our staff, clients and the community, and to operate in accordance with county, state and federal recommendations, our agency is transitioning to telephone and telehealth services to ensure that clients have access to essential behavioral … Continued

Rethinking Drinking

Besides warmer weather and some sunshine, April also represents alcohol awareness month. While it is important to discuss the risks of alcohol, agencies like the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism share the point that people often have two … Continued

The Dangers of Loneliness to Youth

Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat—these are just a few of the social media sites that keep us connected in this modern age.  As technology continues to develop at an astounding rate, people are being offered more and more ways to connect … Continued

October Food for Thought: Social and Emotional Development

Tammy Goddard will be the guest presenter for the October Food for Thought session. Learn about the correlation between social and emotional development and how it impacts challenging behaviors. Download the FFT flyer        

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