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YOUTH AND ALCOHOL

Every year, about 1,900 people under 21 die from car crashes involving underage drinking.
In a survey of teen drinkers, 65 percent said they got alcohol from  family members or friends.
What you can do to prevent underage drinking, at www.dontserveteens.gov
 

Women & Alcohol

 

 
IN THE SHADOW OF ALCOHOLISM:
WOMEN AND ALCOHOL
- Click here
to view ABC news story "Confessions of a Female Alcoholic
 
 


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CBHS colleagues,

The Coalition of Behavioral Health Services, the Houston Area Partnership for FASD, and the Texas Association for Infant Mental Health, are partnering to bring you all a workshop on September 9, 2014 to recognize and celebrate International FASD Day. Our Coalition members will be attending the meeting as well as some other special invitees. Refreshments will be provided. CEU's will also be provided for LCDC, CPS, Social Worker, LMFT, and LPC. See below for details.

Please note that this is a 3-hour workshop so we will meet from 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM. There is a lot to learn!

We look forward to having you all at this great workshop.

Thanks,
Sandy

 

 

Next Meeting

Tuesday,November 11,2014. Click here for more information.

Our Mission

 The Coalition of Behavioral Health Services is a broad-based community coalition and 501(c)(3) organization made up of over 75 organizations and individuals.
Our mission is to raise awareness, provide education, and partner with community sectors to prevent and reduce the problem and effects of substance abuse and related mental and physical health disorders in the Greater Houston area.
We connect and involve stakeholders from all walks of life to work together to improve local policy and practice and to increase public and private resources to our area. We do this by increasing awareness, providing education, mobilizing local communities, advocating for improved services and supports, and collaborating with others on projects that forward our mission.
Please join us in our work to create a better future for the Greater Houston community!

Contact

For more information about CBHS contact:
Sandy Olson
501 Garden Oaks Blvd.
Houston, TX 77018

281-830-8665 cell
713-862-1849 Fax

 

 

 
 

 

 

 
 
 
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