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19
Jan

Cottonwood Tucson Reaches Out To The Community Food Bank Southern Arizona

“…we change lives in the communities we serve by feeding the hungry today and building a healthy, hunger-free tomorrow.” Meet the Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona This year, 2016, marks the Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona’s 40th Anniversary. A 501(c) 3 non-profit corporation, founded in 1976, the “Food Bank:” Provides food and food-related...
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10
Nov

Cottonwood Tucson’s Sustainability Team Enjoys Bi-Yearly Roadway Clean Up!

We at Cottonwood Tucson ultimately believe we can be, indeed must be responsible not only to the needs of our patients but to the community and world in which we live. Sweetwater Drive undergoes its bi-yearly clean-up If you live in the Tucson, AZ, area or are a visitor to this part of the country,...
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21
Jan

Project Vision Empowering Rutland Vermont

Project Vision – Rutland, VT One city’s vision to deal with the heroin epidemic Last week we brought our readers up to date on the State of Vermont’s efforts to deal with the heroin epidemic in which they found themselves engulfed during the past few years. At that time we mentioned we would write this...
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01
Nov

Cottonwood Tucson’s Sustainability Team Cleans Up The Roadway!

Cottonwood Tucson’s Sustainability Team cleans up Sweetwater Drive… Returning to Cottonwood Tucson after cleaning up Sweetwater Drive are members of our Sustainability Team. From left to right: Charles Gillispie, Leslie Weichelt, Shellie Nikitenko, Wendy Burton Corrales and Joel Keller Twice each year Cottonwood Tucson’s Sustainability Team organizes the cleanup of trash along Sweetwater Drive as...
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29
Mar

Tucson Libraries Feature Services Of Public Health Nurses To Improve Physical And Mental Health

Henry Ward Beecher. Library of Congress description: “Henry Ward Beecher” (Photo credit: Wikipedia) “A library is not a luxury but one of the necessities of life.” Henry Ward Beecher When was the last time you visited your public library?  You’ll notice when we asked this question we used the possessive pronoun “your”, as opposed to...
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25
Jan

States Rethink Mental Health Care Program Cuts

States rethinking mental health care cuts Yesterday morning the news was abuzz with headlines like this “states rethink mental health cuts after shootings.” Both the Associated Press and Reuters authored reports which are now being carried on the major news network and cable channels. Of course, the shootings being referenced are the theater shooting that...
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17
Oct

Did You Know October Is National Substance Abuse Prevention Month?

Advocacy Is your calendar full? Think about this: there are 12 months, 52 weeks, and 365 days in each year. It seems for every one of these days, weeks or months there are specific causes that promoters want us to advance by sharing the message, promoting donations, and encouraging engagement. This is called advocacy.  So...
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12
Oct

Things That Connect Us – Cottonwood Tucson’s Community Involvement

“Things that connect us…” If you are having trouble viewing this Facebook video, you can see it here. When we think about things that connect us in today’s world we often think of “social media.” Many people, businesses, organizations, and associations rely on these platforms to communicate and to be involved with their communities. Think...
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