April is almost over, but it is Alcohol Awareness Month. HVCASA’s April edition of The Educator provides some great information and resources about alcohol, including five goals of talking about alcohol with kids. To learn more click here.
National Prevention Week is coming up, and Connecticut has a few events to recognize this week. Click the flyer to learn more about National Prevention Week, and some of the sponsored activities. npw-general-flyer_final
Here is the link to an interesting article about the connections between depression and addiction. It provides information about the connection between the two, as well as different treatment options. https://www.inpatientdrugrehab.org/depression/
HVCASA is hosting it’s third Parent University Program this year: Beyond High School- Helping Your Teen Transition This session was originally scheduled for March 13th and is now rescheduled for May 3rd. The event will be 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm at HVCASA 69 Stony Hill Road, Bethel, CT For more information click the link below ParentU4whatsnext2
The ERCCC will be sponsoring A Day In the Life at Barlow again. This event will take place Tuesday, March 27th at 7 pm at Joel Barlow High School. Come to this free event from real Barlow students and parents. More information is provided below A day in the life flyer
Click below to learn more about the ERCCC College 101 night at Joel Barlow High School This event will take place Monday, April 30th, at 7 pm in the JBHS Library Learning Commons College 101 2018
Click below to see The Educator Winter Newsletter from HVCASA This issue focuses on safe storage and safe disposal of medication. Educatorwinter2018safedisposal
Save the Date for College 101: Monday, April 30th, 2018 Please see the attached save the date for information about the presentation Save the Date College 101 2018
On Tuesday, February 27th, in the JBHS Auditorium, a community safety forum will take place. Both Easton and Redding town officials, police and first responders, school administrators, Board of Education representatives and others will speak about the many ways we care for the safety of students.
Kevin Hines is inspiring motivational speaker. Kevin has battled bipolar disorder, and in 2000 attempted suicide, by jumping off the golden gate bridge. Kevin now speaks around the world about his story and his journey to mental wellness. Tuesday, February 27th, Kevin will be at Edmond Hall in Newtown. Please see attached flyer for more information.… Read More Kevin Hines is coming to the area