What's New at Community Health Center

Gambling Awareness Program

Did you know?

You are more likely to get struck by lightening then to hit the lottery.

There are tons of statistics just like these that illustrate the reasons why gambling can be a risky behavior, especially for young people.  Gambling and winning can give individuals the same kind of “high” as using drugs and alcohol.  It’s important for parents and young people to be aware of the risks and gamble responsibly. 

iStock_000002883932SmallThrough our youth program, Project PANDA, we provide free gambling awareness presentations for local schools, groups and community agencies. Most presentations are 45 minutes to an hour and can be tailored to fit your needs.

Interested in learning more? 
Call 330-315-3761 or email our prevention department for more information.

 

Join the ADM Recovery Challenge!

When: May 17, 2014 • 9 a.m.

Where: IBH Addiction Recovery Center, 3445 S. Main St., Akron

In recognizing the challenges of recovery, the Summit County ADM Support Committee invites you to participate in the annual ADM Recovery Challenge. This obstacle course offers fun competition for athletes of all ages and abilities. Get set to tackle the challenges, cheer others on, and support those who are in recovery!

The ADM Recovery Challenge is a Subway Series 5K challenge course that involves running/walking, climbing, crawling, balancing and maneuvering your way through the trees, fields and grounds of the scenic IBH Addiction Recovery Center. (Runners are timed with computer chips.)

All participants are welcome, young and old!  Each will receive T-Shirt, Goody Bag, Award, Subway Subs

For event and registration information go to:
www.admboard.org
https://runsignup.com/ADMRecoveryChallenge2014

 

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