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You Inc. substance abuse programs begin Saturday

You Inc. is launching a pair of programs for people affected by substance abuse. Both programs meet Saturdays at 81 Plantation St.

Step Up to Stand Back is a 10-week psychotherapy group program for caregivers of substance using youth.

The group will focus on understanding addiction, practicing self-care, connection with community resources, psycho-education, and training in practical interventions for personal, community and family based recovery. The group will meet 10:30-11:30 a.m.

See-Saw is a 10-week group for children ages 7-11 of adult substance users who are in, or currently working toward, recovery.

The group will focus on psycho-education about substance use and offer a safe space to process guardian substance use, prevention for at-risk youth, and supporting youth to develop and practice healthy. The group will meet 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.


Len Gengel

Courtesy Assumption College

Len Gengel will deliver Assumption College’s annual business ethics lecture.

Be Like Brit co-founder to speak at Assumption’s annual business ethics lecture

Assumption College will welcome Len Gengel, father of Britney Gengel and co-founder of Be Like Brit, to campus for the college’s annual Business Ethics Lecture sponsored by its MBA program.


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