Lab results come back negative
We are pleased to report that the Marion County Public Health Department and the FBI have notified Fairbanks that preliminary reports on the unknown substance delivered to us yesterday, May 13, have come back negative for harmful agents.
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Update: Unknown Substance Delivered to Fairbanks
Earlier this afternoon an envelope with an unknown substance was delivered to Fairbanks. Following protocol, IMPD was contacted to ensure the safety of our patients, employees and visitors. According to a Marion County Public Health Department representative, field screenings of the substance did not detect anything hazardous
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Fairbanks publications include educational white papers and abstracts along with tools designed to help those working to effectively manage addiction. The abstract is free, and available in a downloadable PDF format; other publications are available for a nominal fee.
90 in 90: A Tool for Recovery
Recovery is a life long process. As with other chronic diseases, like diabetes or hypertension, chemical dependency does not have a definitive cure but can be effectively managed through combinations of treatment and the ongoing use of recovery tools, support, and life skills.
90 in 90 is a tool that was designed to help those with dependencies focus on recovery and stay clean and sober.
Neurobehavioral-Developmental Behavior Address and Care, A Child and Adolescent White Paper
Written by Sigurd H. and Debra L. Zielke, Neurobehavioral-Developmental Behavior (NBD) is a grounded, empirical and theory-informed strategy for building civil, competent and moral children and youth in America. Unlike traditional behavior management strategies and programs that teach adults how to get kids to “behave,” the NBD is an interactive, open-system, theory-in-use strategy created to enable practitioners to incisively read kids’ behavior and then respond in differentiated and formative ways.