June 2012 Newsletter

June’s Offline Happenings!

 Positive Parenting
Father’s Day
Volunteer Opportunites for Youth

June 1,  8:45 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Process Addiction in Women (Spending, Gambling and Eating Disorders)

Jackson Recovery Centers, 800 5th Street
Sioux City, Iowa
(712) 234-2300

June 2, 10:00 a.m.
Annual Champions 4 Children Walk
Crystal Cove Park, South Sioux City, Nebraska

Walk benefits both the Mercy Child Advocacy Center and the Iowa Chapter of Children’s Advocacy Centers
To register: 
www.getmeregistered.com
  
June 4, 2012
CSADV 2nd Annual “Driving Out Violence” Golf Classic

Sioux City Country Club
 
June 7, 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Siouxland CARES Advisory Board/SPF SIG Committee

Siouxland Chamber of Commerce, 101 Pierce Street
Sioux City, Iowa

June 17, 2012
Father’s Day 


MYTH OR FACT?!

MYTH:  If you get drunk, coffee will sober you up.
FACT:  Once alcohol is in the bloodstream,  only time will make a person sober.  
Source: relevancyinc.com


June is Positive Parenting Month 

Introducing “The Mom’s Toolkit”
 

The Mom’s Toolkit equips parents with the tools that will help them promote a peaceful home by building character in their children using discipline, chores, and most importantly, love.  The toolkit is designed for parents with children ages three through teens.  The book is available at www.amazon.com and the accompanying website can be found at www.themomstoolkit.com.

 

Parenting Guidelines
 

Suggestions for helping keep teens from alcohol and other drug involvement:

*Know your child’s friends and their parents.
*Insist on knowing where your child will be.
*Make reliable arrangements to have someone live in your home while you are away.
*Confirm “overnight” plans with the other parents.
*Challenge last minute changes in plans.
*Know what your child keeps in his/her room. It is your home.
*Set a definite curfew for your home.
*Observe city and county curfew laws. Know the laws.
*Know the signs and symptoms of substance use/abuse.
*Call for help if you have any questions.

This information furnished by Siouxland CARES, (712) 255-3188, www.siouxlandcares.org 

 

Looking for some helpful Parenting Websites??

www.drugfree.org

www.timetotalk.org
www.theantidrug.com


Volunteer Opportunities for Youth

 Making a Difference in Siouxland

through Community Service

 It is our hope that Siouxland youth
will continue to make a positive impact
in our community by participating
in volunteer activities and
community service projects.

See www.siouxlandcares.org website for a listing of youth volunteer opportunities!
  

 

 

 
 

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