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FEATURED RESOURCE PAGE...
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DrugRehab.com featured by Advanced Recovery Systems
Read below for some of the information that can be found on this page:
How Substance Abuse Contributes to Suicide Risk Substance abuse commonly co-occurs with several mental health disorders, including depression, anxiety and attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder. People with mental illness are more likely to use alcohol or other drugs, and some of them use the substances to self-medicate symptoms of their mental illness.
Common Risk Factors for Suicide & Substance Abuse Substance abuse and suicide share numerous risk factors. Most of the time, a single risk factor doesn’t cause suicidal thoughts. Experiencing multiple risk factors increases a person’s risk of developing depression, using substances of abuse, contemplating suicide or experiencing a combination of any of those mental health disorders.
Determining When Someone Is at Risk for Suicide People contemplating suicide don’t always tell others. They might beat around the bush, or they may mention it sarcastically. If someone who is addicted to alcohol or other drugs appears to be making jokes about ending their life, they may not be joking. In addition to talking about suicide, warning signs that someone is considering making a suicide attempt include:
Extreme mood swings
Cutting off friends or family
Increasing substance abuse
Feeling like a burden to others
Looking for ways to commit suicide
For more information, we encourage you to visit the site: DrugRehab.com
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On Wednesday, August 1, the National Suicide Hotline Improvement Act - as amended by the House of Representatives - passed through the Senate by unanimous consent to be signed by the President of the United States into law!
Introduced in May of 2017, this important legislation will initiate a federal study on the effectiveness of the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (1-800-273-TALK) and the feasibility of determining three-digit phone number for a national suicide prevention and mental health crisis hotline system. Thank you to our Field Advocates that urged their Representatives and Senators to pass this important legislation. Increasing access to suicide prevention crisis resources will save lives.
Welcome to the next generation of leaders...
GRG Education Group, Inc. was founded on the following core principles:
... and Mentoring.
Investing in youth, one life at a time, is our goal and mission. Through educational mentoring activities and social service, we strive to empower the minds of young adults and equip them for the future. We provide a variety of community resources such as tutoring, counseling assistance, summer youth camps, educational scholarships, and mentoring outlets. Our directive is to develop and engage young minds to prepare them for professional success and academic excellence.
The imagination is an unparalleled and unlimited resource that must be developed and cultivated in our youth. GRG Education utilizes a unique and innovative platform to create future business leaders that are professionally responsible, educated, and productive contributing citizens of tomorrow.
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Introducing GRG Education Group Inc.'s ...
WordZ-RLIF Suicide Prevention Intervention Program "WSPIP" for Youth Ministries (*Patent Pending)
“Thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself.” Mark 12:31 According to the New Testament, loving thy neighbor as thyself is the second commandment in God’s word; The first being to love the Lord thy God with thy whole heart, soul, mind, and strength.
GRG is proud to launch this new branch of services to our ministry partners. The WordZ-RLIF Suicide Prevention Intervention Program for youth ministries uses the above principles as a standard of care for churches to aid its youth membership in obtaining mental, psychological, and physical assistance when needed. We assist church leaders in identifying potential signs of Emotional Distress or Trauma in its membership base, focusing in particular on youth groups of all ages.
One of our primary focus areas is Teen Suicide. We provide churches with training in this area and help coordinate the collaboration of Local and National Faith-Based churches with Community organizations on Suicide Prevention. This is done through workshops, webinars, and other offerings with churches to provide awareness and viable tools for its Leadership base.
Our WordZ-RLIF philosophy is simple: Giving Love – Choosing Life.
GRG Education Group, Inc. is now accepting "RIZE AAO" scholarship applications for 2018. RIZE AAO was created with those youth in mind who rise against all odds. Each scholarship is $250.00 to $500.00 and 6 youth from the ages of 14-19 will be selected yearly to receive the scholarship. To be eligible, participants must be able to show leadership abilities through community service, academic excellence, and/or be an activist for positive social change in some form. The deadline for submission is June 15, 2018 and the recipients will be notified of acceptance no later than July 1, 2018. Please email all completed applications and supporting documentation to firstname.lastname@example.org or mail them to the physical address of: GRG Education Group, Inc. 2657 Annapolis Road, Suite G 387, Hanover, MD 21076, Attention Dee Wells-Holder. Contact us for the application by clicking the link below...