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Support Group May 18th & Ruby and Sandy Talk It Out!

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Ruby and Sandy’s next presentation is on May 18th! Their topic will be announced soon. Check out the Talking points posted below from their presentations “Stocking our Wellness Toolbox – Recognizing the Skills we Already have for Dealing with Life’s Changes” To join our Support Group on Tuesday, May 18th, 2021 at 7pm via Zoom. […]

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Community Ed – Lynda Hyatt of Gateway Homes

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Our next Community Education programing will be held on Tuesday, May 25, 2021 at 7pm via Zoom. We commit to bring inspiring and informative speakers to you and hope you will continue to learn with us throughout 2021. Time to meet our April Community Education Speaker: Dr. Lynda J. Hyatt is a licensed clinical psychologist […]

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While We Are Not In the Office, You Can Still Just Call or Email Us.

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If you need to talk or have a question, please email us at facesorg1@verizon.net or call at 804-378-0035.  We will be monitoring our phone and email and will get back to you as soon as possible.  You are not alone, we are here for you and are happy to talk with you anytime. Please take […]

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You Can Save a Life – Signs of Suicide and What to do in a Crisis

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THE CHESTERFIELD SUICIDE AWARENESS AND PREVENTION COALITION WANTS YOU TO KNOW WHAT SIGNS TO LOOK FOR IF YOU ARE WORRIED ABOUT A LOVED ONE CONSIDERING SUICIDE. FACES is a co-founder and host to the Chesterfield Suicide Awareness and Prevention Coalition “The Coalition”.  Working under the premise that we are stronger together, The Coalition formed with […]

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PAT MYERS CREATED FACES TO HELP FAMILIES DEALING WITH A LOVED ONE’S MENTAL ILLNESSBy Katie O’Connor  Richmond Times Dispatch12/23/2017 It’s been 13 years, but it’s still difficult for Pat Myers to talk about as she sits in the house that the organization she helped start uses for support group meetings.A double picture frame sits beside […]

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