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Tips for Preventing the Flu to Keep Your Student Safe This Season

Friday, November 18th, 2016
Follow our tips to keep your child safe from the flu this season so they can focus on their academics.

Follow our tips to keep your child safe from the flu this season so they can focus on their academics.

This season, My Brother’s Keeper has been diligently working to provide our readers with valuable information about the importance of attendance, education, and how to better assist your student in reaching their full potential. But what happens if you or your child catches the flu? This can result in both excused and unexcused absences, depending on the severity of the virus and how long it lasts. Absences can hinder your child’s ability to stay on track with their fellow students and develop critical learning skills. Follow these tips for preventing the flu to keep you and your student safe from the flu and present in school this season. (more…)

Honor Lives Lost at the Baltimore Overdose Awareness Day Remembrance Vigil

Wednesday, August 31st, 2016
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“Events are planned throughout the day to remember those who have lost their lives to overdose and to ensure that those at risk have the opportunity for a second chance.”

Back in February, we addressed drug use in Baltimore in a blog about President Obama’s decision to propose $1 billion in funds to combat the opioid and heroin epidemic. You can learn more about that here. Today, August 31, is International Overdose Awareness Day, and we want to shed some light on important events throughout the city as we honor those lives lost to overdose. At My Brother’s Keeper, we are proud to provide social services to those in need, including addiction treatment referrals. (more…)

Mental Health and the Importance of Crisis Intervention

Wednesday, May 18th, 2016
If you feel depressed, hopeless, anxious, or out of touch – you are not alone. There is help available to you.

If you feel depressed, hopeless, anxious, or out of touch – you are not alone. There is help available to you.

There are many sad truths about mental illness, but perhaps one of the most troubling is society’s attempt to sweep these issues under the rug. While mental health and behavioral resources do exist, it can be difficult for someone who is not well to identify that they need help – much less seek it on their own.

At My Brother’s Keeper, we understand the importance of crisis intervention and know that people who are affected by poverty or mental illness often feel isolated, trapped, or beyond help. We strive to be a neighborhood caregiver in the Irvington community. Let’s talk about how our specialized staff connects people in need with the resources necessary to regain their health and stability here in Baltimore. (more…)


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