The Partnership Prevention Blog

The Partnership Prevention Blog showcases New Hampshire substance use prevention resources, partners, community highlights, and more.

Alarming Rates of Depression & Anxiety in Children. What Can Be Done?

Power of Prevention podcast guest and psychotherapist Lynn Lyons discusses childhood anxiety, and shares her perspective on how best to support your child when they’re feeling worried, overwhelmed, or anxious.

Everyone Has a Role in Prevention

National Prevention Week Observed May 8 through 14, 2022 Mental health issues and substance misuse affect millions of people in the United States each year. Examples of mental health issues include depression, anxiety disorders, schizophrenia, eating disorders and...

Mothers Need Help: Here’s How We Can Step In

Career coach Tara Ryan shares how women’s (particularly mothers’) mental health and contributions have been disproportionately devalued since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as steps we can take to better support the women around us.

The Life Cycle of a Prescription
The Life Cycle of a Prescription

Annika Stanley-Smith of the Capital Area Public Health Network shares with us the life cycle of a prescription drug in The Partnership Blog’s first vlog. Learn about safe use, safe storage, and safe disposal of unused prescription drugs and the importance of preventing prescription drug misuse in our communities.

Work/Life Balance Quite Literal at Times
Work/Life Balance Quite Literal at Times

Guests Nathan Fink with the New Hampshire Children’s Trust and Michelle Lennon with Greater Tilton Area Family Resource Center (GTAFRC) join host Christin D’Ovidio in this episode of The Power of Prevention podcast. They share their expertise and insights on dealing with social isolation, remote work, and the stresses of homeschooling imposed by the pandemic. Listen to learn some healthy tips for coping.

Offering HOPE to Our Children
Offering HOPE to Our Children

This introduction to The Health Outcomes of Positive Experiences (HOPE) framework provides fundamental information about this paradigm shift in systems of care, communities, and policies to actively bolster positive experiences.

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