11 Ways to Save on Prescription Drugs

Save on the rising costs of prescription drugs? As Prescription drugs continue to rise, the costs are becoming more of a challenge for both the insured and the uninsured.  Access to prescribed medication is critical for both children and adults.  Lack of access can result in increased stress, patients skipping doses to save money, or…

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2014 PCO Golf Tournament

September 26th & September 27th, 2014 Please mark your calendars now and plan to participate in this Premier Charity Golf Event in Pensacola, Florida PCO Registration  Click Here to: Register as a sponsor Enter your 2 person team Buy your ticket for the Thursday Night Tee-Off-Par-Tee The Panhandle Charitable Open (PCO) is dedicated to serving…

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Assisting high needs youth in accessing higher education

Check out http://naehcy.org/educational-resources/higher-ed for tip sheets, podcasts, and more. NAEHCY also offers a toll-free helpline to assist young people, and professionals seeking to help young people, in accessing higher education. The helpline information is (855) 446-2673 (toll-free) or highered@naehcy.org Thank you again! Higher EducationHigher Education http://naehcy.org On a regular basis, children and youth report that…

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Understanding Child Neglect

Understanding Why Some Children are Neglected If you see neglect or abuse call the Florida Abuse Hotline at 800-962-2873, if you see a child in immediate danger call 911. Neglect is rarely a willful act. Most parents want to be good parents, but have trouble dealing with the STRESS caused by: 1. Emotional Problems. Parents…

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Thank you, Knights of Columbus Council 7027

The Knights of Columbus Council 7027 present a check for $7,500 to Child Guardians, Inc.!!    The Board says, “Thank you for including us as a recipient of funds from  the Smokin’ in the Square BBQ Contest!”  100% of the funds are dedicated to meeting the needs of abused, neglected, and abandoned children.  

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APRIL IS CHILD AB– USE PREVENTION MONTH

April is recognized as National Child Abuse Prevention Month. This month is set aside to recognize the ways we can work together — as families, communities and a nation — to reduce the number of children abused by their caregivers. Social service workers across the country try to keep families together while ensuring the child’s…

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