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The Hyper-Sensitivity of Youth

Earlier this week, I had to coax my son into toning down something he had written for one of his classes.  What he had written down made a lot of sense, but because his words… 621 more words

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Stand Tall’s Young Leaders in Lyon County Have Big Plans for 2017

Healthy Communities Coalition of Lyon and Storey Counties sponsors Stand Tall teams in 4 high schools and one middle school in the Lyon County School District. 757 more words

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Adolescent Well-being: A Healthcare Challenge

Adolescence is a critical, but often overlooked, period of development. During this time, youth are exploring new physical, mental, social, cultural, and sexual boundaries.

With expanding social media platforms and capabilities, youth are primed to connect and engage far beyond the household. 264 more words

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The Crucial Nature of Parental Warmth

In 2007, I decided to invest in myself.  But I did it with the intention of investing in others. At the time, my family and I were living in Wake Forest, North Carolina, about 17 miles north of Raleigh.   388 more words

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Promoting Positive Youth Development

The five modules that Achievement Square Development & Training Centers, Inc. will use to promote positive youth development include L.I.F.E. 101, PEDAL Prep, … 230 more words

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Martin Luther King Day Event 1/16/17

The Block Center hosted a Don’t Block the Truth event on Monday: Serve and Protect – Building Positive Police-Community Relations. Thanks to our partners at the Troy Police Department, the Sanctuary for Independent Media, the New York Civil Liberties Union, and CEO YouthBuild, and our young people and mentors, who generously volunteered their time and effort to make the event happen. 28 more words

Social Justice Team 1/4/17

Our Social Justice Team met tonight to prepare for the Serve and Protect: Building Positive Police-Community Relations event on Martin Luther King Day, Monday, January 16th from 2:00-4:00 PM at the Troy Boys and Girls Club. 76 more words