The series begins February 5th. Sign up today or find out more by calling Safe Harbor at (205) 981-0995 or visiting thesafeharbor.org.
A child’s bad behavior and habits that might have gone unnoticed or not addressed during the summer tend to become more obvious once students are back in school.
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Take your best guess and read on to find out if you were correct and why it matters!
Compared to others who have frequent family dinners, those who have infrequent family dinners are 6 times likelier to have used marijuana.
I would like to invite you to please join me on Saturday August 12th at the 2017 H.O.P.E. Walk of Shelby County. This overdose awareness and memorial walk is to remember those who lost their lives, stand with their families, to offer hope to those in recovery, provide awareness & resources, change perceptions & the stigma, and to make a commitment to continue to work together in this battle of addiction.
All of us at one time or another have suffered some kind of loss, whether it’s the death of a loved one, a broken relationship, or the loss of a dream or goal.
Is there someone you know who struggles with rules or is always overstepping boundaries? Far too often we focus so much on being loving and unselfish that we forget our own limits and limitations.
Safe Harbor has just launched its new parenting video series, “Calming the Storm.” The 10-session course is available online for parents who have teens or young adults in crisis. This is a way for parents to get immediate help.
Please be in prayer for Safe Harbor founder Paul Berry and his wife Robbie. Paul was recently diagnosed with mouth and throat cancer and is scheduled to have surgery this Friday at UAB Hospital.
This past Thursday’s event was fantastic. Thank everyone who participated in support of our 2015 Safe Harbor Sporting Clays Benefit. You made our day!