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Upcoming Events

Helping Kids Thrive & Parents Survive – Parent Support Group – Dolvin Elementary School

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Helping Kids Thrive & Parents Survive – Parent Support Group – Dolvin Elementary School
October 22 - December 8, 2020

This 6-week online group is created to support parents through stressful times and provide parenting tips on how to build resiliency in their children.

Community Resiliency Model Virtual Training

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Community Resiliency Model Virtual Training
October 23, 2020

Community Advanced Practice Nurses, Inc. in collaboration with the North Fulton Mental Health Collaborative is hosting a 3-hour CRM workshop.

Blogs, News & Book Reviews

Returning to the School Building

Parents&Parenting

Returning to the School Building

Kids have been out of school for almost 7 months and families are now figuring out if, and when, their kids will return to school. The uncertainty of “what...

These Mental Health Crises Ended in Fatal Police Encounters. Now, Some Communities are Trying a New Approach

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These Mental Health Crises Ended in Fatal Police Encounters. Now, Some Communities are Trying a New Approach

Author: Christina Maxouris, CNN When Miles Hall’s hallucinations and erratic behavior returned, his mother did what she had always done: She gave police a heads up. The next day,...