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OBH Grantee Builds Youth's Strengths During Difficult Times

A Denver school that receives Substance Abuse Block Grant funding from the Office of Behavioral Health for prevention programming recently led a campaign where students and staff shared their stories of what strengths they use to help them deal with hard times. The "What Helps Me" stories from students and staff at Noel Community Arts School were posted in the hallway of the school. 

READYColorado Blog: Spring Cleaning: Keeping Your Identity Clean

Are you getting ready to do some spring cleaning? If you are like most of us, you will toss out some papers as spring nears. April also happens to be Records and Information Management month. Identity thieves know that we often toss out valuable information during a spring cleaning purge, and they are on the lookout for anything they can grab that will help them steal your identity. Below are a few tips to keep your identity safe while you freshen up your home.

READYColorado Blog: National Telecommunicator's Week

An emergency arises and you call 9-1-1 for help, but you don’t know what to tell the dispatcher because you’ve suddenly forgotten your address. Being prepared can help eliminate some of the stress that sets in during emergencies. National Public Safety Telecommunicator’s Week and 9-1-1 Education Month serve as important reminders that being prepared can make all the difference!

READYColorado Blog: National Window Safety Week

According to SafeKids.org, window falls account for about eight deaths and 3,300 injuries among children five and younger each year.  National Window Safety Week is designed to heighten the awareness of what can be done to help keep families safe from the risk of accidental falls or injuries in the home. Falls from a window are extremely dangerous, especially for children, and can cause serious injuries or death.

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