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SEPTMBER COMMUNITY EDUCATION – SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY BENEFITS

SEPTMBER COMMUNITY EDUCATION - SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY BENEFITS

Please join FACES on Tuesday, September 25, 2018 from 7pm to 8:30pm at FACES House 11601 Lucks Lane, Midlothian, VA.  OUR PRESENTER FOR SEPTEMBER 25, 2018 is: Elizabeth Horn has 40 years experience advocating for people with disabilities. For 20 years she has been assisting people in obtaining Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental […]

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RAISE YOUR VOICE – A SUICIDE AWARENESS & PREVENTION PRESENTATION

Suicide is preventable, and yet, suicide rates are going up across the United States.  In honor of September being Suicide Prevention Month, FACES is please to host the Chesterfield Suicide Awareness and Prevention Coalition on September 20, 2018 as they present  “Raise Your Voice”, an informative look at how to recognize the signs of suicide […]

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STRUGGLING WITH AN “INVISIBLE ILLNESS”

What if your disability is “invisible”?  In other words, a disability that cannot be seen, but is definitely there and affecting you every minute of every day.  There are many invisible illnesses, such as severe anxiety, fibromyalgia, chronic pain, to name a few, and many people who are struggling every day with not only the […]

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MENTAL HEALTH RECOVERY IS A JOURNEY

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Recovery is a Journey Recovering from mental illness includes not only getting better, but achieving a full and satisfying life. Many people affirm that their journey to recovery has not been a straight, steady road. Rather there are ups and downs, new discoveries and setbacks. Over time, it is possible to look back and see, […]

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KNOW THE SIGNS OF SUICIDE

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WHAT SIGNS TO LOOK FOR IF YOU ARE WORRIED ABOUT A LOVED ONE CONSIDERING SUICIDE. Seek help as soon as possible by contacting a mental health professional or by calling the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK if you or someone you know exhibits any of the following signs:  The Veterans Crisis Line connects Veterans […]

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