Global Peer Support Celebration Day is Thursday, Oct. 17, and is a day to recognize the important role peer support specialists play in the recovery process.
The Forsyth County Departments of Social Services and Public Health will be among the hosts of the Highland Avenue Block Party on Saturday, Oct. 26, from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. at 650 N. Highland Ave. It will feature free food, clothing, prizes, flu shots, health screenings and STD/HIV testing along with Medicaid enrollment assistance.
Forsyth County Stepping Up’s Pam Goodine has received the Peer Support Specialist of the Year award from NC-H.O.P.E.
The Nurse Family Partnership (NFP) program at Forsyth County Department of Public Health is proud to announce that one of their own, Keisha Lucas, has been awarded the Tenacious Caregiver Award through the National Service Office of Nurse-Family Partnership.
The Stepping UP program welcomes the community to the 5th Annual Global Peer Support Conference and Celebration on Thursday, October 17th from 9AM until 4PM in the Self Reliance Hall at Goodwill Industries NWNC.
As fall begins, you should use personal protection against mosquitoes and take actions to make sure your property doesn’t become a breeding ground for them.