Season Changes, Emotional Changes: Anxiety and Depression by: Lisa Gilliam, M.A. School-Based Counselor
School is back in session, traffic has increased, and the weather, for the most part, in Maryland has changed to cooler temperatures. It is safe to say Fall is upon us! Along with changes we can visibly see such as the leaves changing colors and eventually falling off the trees, the daylight gradually decreasing, etc., […]
In St.Mary’s County @ the Jarboe Global Youth Service Day 2019 Saturday April 13th, 2019 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon with refreshments following from 12:00 to 2:00 P.M. 21161 Lexwood Drive, Suite B, Lexington Park, MD 20653 Call us at (301) 866-5332 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information.
by Julia Merril There’s nothing worse than waking up after a long night of tossing and turning. Instead of feeling well rested and ready to go, you’re slow, grumpy, and groggy. A bad night’s sleep can affect the whole family and set their day off on the wrong foot. It’s important for us to be ready […]
When the New Year dawned with a sense of hope and promise for a brighter tomorrow, we at Tri-County Youth Services Bureau were grief-stricken by the news that there was one less star shining in the sky. Three of our promising youth were involved in a single-car accident on St. Charles Parkway on the last […]
The vast majority of people who need treatment for opioids or heroin abuse do not seek it. Part of the reason is that those who are dependent on opiates often don’t relate to the term “addict.” Many keep using just to avoid severe withdrawal symptoms, not to get a euphoric high. Eventually, many progress to […]