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My Visit to Community Link

Posted on: April 16, 2014

by Kristin O'Brien, Associate Board Member

Many people, at one point in time or another, experience feeling “poor”.  For most, it’s a temporary situation (just out of school or moving out of your parents’ house, divorce, temporary job loss, etc.). No matter the cause or how long the duration, it’s a horrible feeling.  “Where will I get the money to pay this or that bill?”  “How will I be able to afford school supplies or groceries?”  The list can be endless, and the feeling of dread and hopelessness can seem overwhelming.  Often, people will go to family members or friends for temporary assistance.  But what happens if there is no one you can turn to for help?  Where do you go?

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Talbert House has a new look!

Posted on: January 31, 2014
Welcome to our newly redesigned and user-friendly website!
  
This website features a new format to make it easier to access services, donate, and obtain employment.  The site includes an overview of services, which have been aligned for adult behavioral health, community care, court and corrections, housing, and youth behavioral health.
  
Check it out- we welcome your feedback.  As always, thank you for your support of Talbert House!
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Understanding Bullying

Posted on: January 3, 2014
Tags: Bullying, Teasing, Prevention, School, Resources,
by Steve K. What is bullying? Bullying isn’t teasing- teasing is usually harmless. Most often it goes back and forth between equals. Teasing like this can strengthen and toughen you. Even if the teasing ends in a fight, as it sometimes does, that read more …