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The Price for Peace: Juvenile Receiving Center Services

By JD Green, Youth Services Crisis Services Manager

At Youth Services we appreciate our partnerships with law enforcement agencies and community partners. It can be difficult to determine what services and resources are needed to assist youth and their families when circumstances are emotionally charged. 374 more words


Window Treatment: Vinyl and Its Many Benefits for Windows in San Jose

Windows in San Jose homes have to be replaced, especially if they are showing signs of damage or inefficiency. There are many materials available in the market, but one particular type of window that is becoming popular is the vinyl window, which is quite durable and easy to maintain. 109 more words

Desperate for advice

I know I post a lot on here asking questions, and I usually don’t get much response, but if you see this and have any insight – I would really, genuinely appreciate it. 434 more words

Disordered Eating

Daddy issues

Digging into the depths of your psyche sometimes brings up things you’d long since forgotten, long since tossed aside as no longer meaningful, no longer relevant, no longer affecting your life.  2,327 more words


State and Local Funds Awarded to the Lake Worth Lagoon Initiative


PALM BEACH COUNTY —State and local governments have committed a combined $4,150,000 to the Lake Worth Lagoon Initiative, an interagency organization that protects Lake Worth Lagoon coastal habitats. 589 more words

Water Quality

DEP Hosts Meeting for Orange Creek Basin Restoration Plan


GAINESVILLE – The Florida Department of Environmental Protection invites stakeholders – governmental representatives, scientists, environmental groups, agricultural operators and others – to attend a meeting addressing restoration of waterbodies in the Orange Creek Basin. 186 more words


Treatment Update: Rest, Recover, Repeat

I was discharged from the hospital late Saturday afternoon and proceeded to melt directly into my couch. As amazing as it is to be home, your sleep schedule gets so disrupted at the hospital that you need a few days to recoup and be able to sleep a full night. 1,101 more words