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    Take care of your heart – Substance misuse can do more damage than you think

    As February marks American Heart Month, it's crucial to shed light on an often-overlooked aspect of health: the connection between substance misuse and heart...

    Harnessing the power of Sources of Strength for a resilient holiday break

    The holiday season is a time of joy and celebration, but for many, it can also bring feelings of stress, loneliness, and anxiety. In...

    International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day: Finding connection, understanding and hope in Fremont County

    Every year, International Survivors of Suicide Loss (ISOSL) Day brings together individuals who have experienced the profound impact of suicide loss, providing a space...

    No tricks, just treats – Make sure your children are safe and sober this Halloween

    As Halloween approaches, it's easy to get caught up in the excitement of costumes, candy, and spooky decorations. However, amidst the fun and festivities,...

    World Mental Health Day – Nurturing community connection for a brighter tomorrow

    October 10th marks World Mental Health Day, a global initiative aimed at raising awareness about mental health issues and promoting mental well-being. In light...

    As Suicide Prevention Month comes to a close, let’s not forget about our children

    Now, more than ever, it is imperative that we talk to our kids about mental health and consistently check in on how they are...

    Occupation matters – Veterans and First Responders have a higher risk of suicide

    Don't give up hope - Help is out there Suicide is a national public health issue, with more than 45,000 Americans dying by suicide each...

    A new dawn of suicide awareness – The Native struggle

    September 1st marked the 15th annual National Suicide Prevention Month. Since 2008, September has been a time to acknowledge those affected by suicide, raise...

    What About Men in the Middle Years? A Conversation About Suicide

    Nine out of ten people who attempt suicide and survive will not go on to die by suicide at a later date. However, middle-aged men...

    You think suicide doesn’t affect you? Think again.

    Each September we observe National Suicide Prevention Month: a moment in time in which we rally the public to create awareness of one of...

    From struggle to strength: How National Recovery Month events leverage Sources of Strength

    National Recovery Month, established in 1989, is an annual nationwide commemoration occurring each September. Its purpose is to advocate for and bolster innovative, evidence-based...

    June 27 is PTSD Awareness Day

    On June 27, we talk about PTSD, a complex disorder caused by experiencing or witnessing trauma. The trauma necessary to cause PTSD can originate...

    Sip Smart: The ultimate handbook for a safe and enjoyable Lander Brewfest

    The Lander Brewfest is just around the corner and it's time to start planning for some fun! But before you indulge in the amazing...

    National Gun Violence Awareness Day: Wear orange to take a stand against gun violence

    On the first Friday of June, the nation unites to recognize National Gun Violence Awareness Day, a solemn occasion that highlights the grave danger...

    Dear Parents and Guardians of Fremont County’s graduating seniors

    Fremont County Prevention and Partners would like to extend our warm congratulations to you and your graduating seniors. This is a significant milestone in...

    Spring cleaning for your medicine cabinet – Take Back Day is Saturday!

    National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day is this Saturday, April 22nd. That means it’s time to do a little spring cleaning by checking expiration dates...

    Make memories, not regrets – Encouraging teens to have a safe prom night

    Underage drinking and substance abuse can be dangerous activities that put young people's health and safety at risk. Unfortunately, it is a problem that...

    April is Alcohol Awareness Month

    According to the 2022 Prevention Needs Assessment, 47.68% of Fremont County middle and high school youth had been at community events where adults were...

    Shamrocks and (responsible) shenanigans for all!

    Holidays are occasions for fun and celebration with family and friends. A combination of good cheer and abundant alcohol can take the fun too...

    Real Talk for Parents – Shattering myths around vaping

    Vaping, or the use of electronic cigarettes, has become a growing concern among parents and healthcare professionals. While e-cigarettes have been marketed as a...