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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

SLCO

We are Here


We often talk about new services and exciting technologies that the Lafourche Parish Library offers here. There is a good reason for this. The new and exciting grab people’s attention, and the library needs your attention to survive. 462 more words

In Search of Peace or a Safe Place, Whichever Comes First.

While walking at the beach, I came across a little crab and, when I got really close to it, the crab retreated into its shell.  The crab goes straight off of instinct, if something doesn’t feel safe, he doesn’t go there.   690 more words

Y Ahora Que?

My Safe and Strong Place

I’ve gone there on early Sunday mornings many times before.

Yesterday, I found the lake to be as I had expected it.

Quiet, yet alive with creatures in and around it. 190 more words

Photos With Christian Thoughts By Myra Johnson

TXT 4 HELP Service for Youth in Crisis

This week, communities across the country are celebrating National Safe Place Week (#NSPWeek2015)! This nationally-recognized week honors the Safe Place program, which brings together businesses and volunteers to provide immediate help and safety for teens facing abuse, neglect, homelessness or other crisis situations. 75 more words

National Safe Place Network

Sighing Ripples

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Places.”

There’s something about lakes that just does it for me. The stillness of the water, the calming breeze hidden between the trees.

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Supporting Your LGBT Child

Authored by Maria Drummond, Youth Services Recreation Therapist

Having your child tell you he or she is Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, or Transgender (LGBT), can be uncomfortable or upsetting as a parent. 559 more words

Safe Place