This helpful article from Child Mind Institute includes how adults can talk to teens about the harmful effects of vaping

Teen Vaping: What You Need to Know

 

Life of a Student Athlete: Tip of the Week

Tip: Prep for the game: eat well, sleep plenty and think positively.


Get at least 8 hours of sleep the night before a game. When you wake up, eat food high in protein and carbohydrates. Remember, water and drinks high in electrolytes will help sustain your energy for the duration of the game. During the time before the game, try to use as little energy as possible and think about the best outcomes regardless of how tough your opponent may be.

Opioid Presentation in Falmouth on 3/24

Join Robert Fowler, Executive Director from Milestone Recovery Milestone Recovery and John Kilbride from the Falmouth Police Department for a presentation addressing Maine’s Opioid Crisis on Sunday, March 24 from 4-6pm at The Episcopal Church of Saint Mary, Falmouth, ME

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What You Need to Know Before Your Child Has Surgery

This overview from the Partnership for Drug-Free Kids is intended to help you know what questions to ask when a healthcare provider recommends or prescribes a pain reliever for your child, and how to be sure that your child takes the medication as prescribed without misusing the medication or sharing it with others.

When Opioid Pain Relievers Are Prescribed For Your Child: What You Should Know

 

Reusable Grocery Bags Donated to Local Food Pantries

Casco Bay CAN donates reusable grocery bags to local service area food pantries twice per year. This winter they were distributed in Cumberland, Falmouth, Freeport Gray and Pownal. Shown below is Nancy Lightbody of the Falmouth Food Pantry and Kim Gillies, Casco Bay CAN Program Coordinator along with Donna Rand from the Gray Community Food Pantry at First Congregational Church of Gray.

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