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News & Events

Sep 24

Reality of Recovery featuring Ken Daniels

Register here for your FREE tickets. Monday, September 24 7-9pm WCCCD – Downriver 21000 Northline Rd., Taylor 48180   Join us for a candid conversation around addiction and recovery featuring Ken Daniels, longtime Red Wings play-by-play broadcaster. Two years ago Daniels lost his son Jamie to a heroin overdose. He’s now on a mission to […]

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Jan 20

Now is the time to speak with your teens about drugs and alcohol

By Laura Boros Special to Digital First Media National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week®, January 22-27, 2019, is a national health observance linking teens to science-based facts to SHATTER THE MYTHS® about drugs and alcohol. As the parent of a teen, and a professional who works with children and adolescents in the schools, talking about […]

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Sep 8

Back to School event

Community Care Services is hosting a front lawn back to school event. Stop by for Motor City Franks, Kool Jacks ice cream sandwiches, and school supplies. Enter a Meijer gift card raffle and pick-up lots of great information provided by our staff and community partners.

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Jan 8

Winter blues…. It’s a real thing.

Jill Blackson visited WXYZ Detroit to share tips on how to avoid the winter blues and what to do if you thinks it’s something more serious.

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Jan 8

Are you feeling blah?

Jill Blackson sits down with Fox 2’s Charlie Langton to talk about strategies for avoiding the winter blues.

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Dec 29

Make your mental health a priority in 2018

Six things you can do to improve your mental wellness: Focus on what you’re grateful for, no matter how small. Get more sleep, even an extra 30 minutes a night will help. Have some fun, do something you enjoy at least once a week. Move your body, try adding a daily walk to your schedule. […]

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