The SCC is a primarily volunteer-driven organization dedicated to creating a safe and healthy environment for our youth. Our activities are supported by a Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)/Drug-Free Community federal grant, corporate and private donations, and various fund-raising activities.
On March 13, 2015, Frank Bruni, New York Times columnist, offered readers a different perspective on the impact of college rejection letters during this maddening season. Read one of his latest editorials, How to Survive the College Admissions Madness, and exhale…
Published by the Marijuana Studies Program, a project of National Families in Action and its partners, this brief report summarizes key issues that surround 1) the science that supports marijuana-based medicines compared to 2) marijuana that is legalized for medical use by voters via ballot initiatives or by elected officials.
A message from The Women’s Center: A few weeks ago, one of our wonderful volunteers shared that her son’s friend from school had ended his own life; and just yesterday, another volunteer shared that a young adult in her family had attempted suicide. Before all the media about Robin Williams’