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April News & Events

Free Community Naloxone Training

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Free Community Naloxone Training
Learn how to save lives with Overdose Prevention Training
April 4th, 6:30pm
North Syracuse Public Library
100 Trolley Barn Lane, North Syracuse
Register online: http://www.ongov.net/health/opioids/NaloxoneTrainingPublic.html
Onondaga County Health Department will offer a FREE training on how to respond to an opioid overdose using Naloxone.


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Suicide The Ripple Effect

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Suicide The Ripple Effect
The film and a movement for hope and healing.
Thursday, April 11, 7pm
ArtRage
505 Hawley, Syracuse
Free and open to the public
Q&A and discussion follow the film
awright@contactsyracuse.org, 315-251-1400 x 148
http://SuicideTheRippleEffect.com
Sponsored by the Onondaga County Suicide Prevention Coalition


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H.E.A.L.

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H.E.A.L. Heroin Epidemic Action League
Break Free from Addition

Support Groups

  • Community Wesleyan Church, Baldwinsville, every 4th Tuesday at 6pm
  • SMART Recovery @ Prevention Network – Syracuse, every Friday at 6pm
  • Refuge Recovery @ Prevention Network – Syracuse, every Sunday at 10am
  • Overdose Grief for Siblings @ Preventional NK – Syracuse, every 2nd Tuesday at 6pm
  • Hope for Bereaved Westvale, every 1st Tuesday at 6pm
Support Services


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Your Love is Unique...with Consent

Your Love is Unique...with Consent
Break the Cycle
www.breakthecycle.org


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What are the Holiday blues?
Holiday Blues Flyer (PDF)

What are the Holiday blues?

The Holiday Blues are temporary feelings of anxiety or depression during the holidays that can be associated with extra stress, unrealistic expectations or even memories that accompany the season. This might include fatique, tension, frustration, loneliness, isolation, sadness or a sense of loss.

Tips for avoiding the Holiday Blues:

  • Stick to normal routines...
  • Get enough sleep.
  • Take time for yourself but don’t isolate yourself. Spend time with supportive, caring people.
  • Eat and drink in moderation. Don’t drink if you are feeling down.
  • Get exercise – even if its only taking a short walk
  • Make a to-do list. Keep things simple.
  • Set reasonable expectations and goals for holiday activities...
  • Set a budget for holiday activities, don’t over extend yourself financially...
  • Listen to music or find other ways to relax.
  • Read more...

    Holiday Blues Flyer (PDF)


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Suicide Prevention ribbon If you or someone you know is having thoughts of suicide, call
Contact Hotline 315-251-0600
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-8255(TALK), Veterans: Press 1


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