We Should All Do More Thanking. People underestimate the power of a thank you. When most of us think about writing a thank you note or making a call, we… Read more »
Thank you to everyone who joined with us on November 14 to celebrate Gretchen Morse as the 2018 Help is Here Award honoree. Gretchen was chosen for her continued support… Read more »
Sue Klebold, mother of Dylan Klebold, presented a talk at the September 26 Community Education session. View a video of her presentation here.
Zoe’s Race will celebrate its 10th anniversary on Sunday, August 26, at Oakledge Park in Burlington. To mark the occasion, the family-friendly event offers a new option—a 10K run in… Read more »
As part of its harm reduction approach to the treatment of opiate use, the Howard Center’s Safe Recovery program is distributing free test strips that can indicate the presence of… Read more »
Online registration is open for Zoe’s Race 2018. This annual fundraiser that helps make homes accessible for children and families will celebrate its 10th anniversary on Sunday, August 26, at… Read more »
Howard Center recently received a $5,000 grant from the National Life Foundation to produce and distribute a free resource guide, “Suicide Prevention Across the Lifespan.” The publication complements other suicide… Read more »
Howard Center’s day-long conference on May 22, “Opiates: Scientific, Political, and Social Perspectives,” will feature nationally recognized experts Drs. Carl Hart, Stefan Kertesz, and Sally Satel who will offer presentations… Read more »