Bii O ṣe le Ṣetọju Iwontunws.funfun Igbesi aye-Iṣẹ Nigba Coronavirus

  Between socializing, parenting, running errands, and working, the coronavirus has significantly altered the way we live our lives. For many people, the public health crisis has meant a sudden shift to remote work environments as officials stress the importance of social distancing.  While there are certainly benefits to working from home, the transition can […]

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Ṣaaju Ilera Ilera Ni akoko COVID-19

The outbreak of coronavirus has changed daily life for people across our country and around the world. For many, the pandemic has taken a physical, emotional, and financial toll which can make our mental health feel like it’s being stretched. It’s entirely normal to feel increased stress and anxiety during times of uncertainty, especially as […]

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Bii o ṣe le ba awọn ọmọ rẹ sọrọ nipa coronavirus

By Jeffco Families Colorado As the public conversation about Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) grows and significant steps are being taken to reduce the spread of the illness in our community, young children may start to worry about themselves and the people they know. As an important grown-up in a young child’s life, you can help […]

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Staying connected during difficult times–a message from our CEO

We are currently facing an unprecedented public health crisis, with the rapid spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) across numerous countries and in our local communities in Colorado.   The role our mental health plays is incredibly important in times like these. Feelings of anxiety, stress, and worry about what’s to come are natural reactions to what […]

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Imudojuiwọn Coronavirus lati Ile-iṣẹ Jefferson

To our valued clients– With the transition to “Safer at Home” in the upcoming weeks, Jefferson Center will be moving our staff and clients back to our offices in a gradual and thoughtful manner. Ensuring the safety of everyone who comes through our doors and aligning with local public health ordinances will be guiding our […]

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Bii o ṣe le Mu Iṣoro Irin-ajo mu

Whether you’re traveling near or far, by plane or car, when embarking on a trip we usually have hopes of getting to our travel destination on time and without any issues. However, the reality is usually very different. Traveling can be really stressful, which is why we’ve pulled together our go-to travel tips to help […]

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Awọn ọna 6 lati Wa ifọkanbalẹ ni Idarudapọ bi a ṣe sunmọ Ọdun Tuntun

Yiyipada idojukọ si ara wa ni akoko yii ti ọdun le ṣe iranlọwọ lati kọ agbara inu nigbati awọn ohun ita lero ti iṣakoso rẹ. Eyi ni awọn imọran diẹ bi o ṣe le dojukọ aifọwọyi ara rẹ bi a ṣe sunmọ Ọdun Tuntun. Ṣeto awọn ireti ti o daju: Ni ọpọlọpọ awọn igba, a ni imọran ti ko daju ti kini isinmi naa […]

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Otitọ nipa awọn arosọ igbẹmi ara ẹni mẹta ti o wọpọ ati bi o ṣe le ṣe iranlọwọ fun ẹnikan ti o ni idaamu

September is Suicide Prevention Month. You can do your part by learning the facts about suicide and starting conversations. Here are three common myths and facts about suicide. Myth #1 – If I ask someone if they are thinking about killing themselves, it will give them the idea and encourage them to do it. FALSE: […]

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Bibẹrẹ ọdun tuntun ti kọlẹji? Eyi ni bi o ṣe le ṣe ti o ba ni wahala

You finished high school, summer is quickly coming to a close, and you find yourself feeling anxious. Not only are you making decisions for yourself about what’s next, but your friendships are changing as people head in different directions. Change is inevitable, but starting this new chapter can be a lot to deal with at […]

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3 ṣe iranlọwọ lati pada si ile-iwe lati ṣe fun awọn obi

The start of a new school year can be both an exciting and intimidating time for your student. Remember how you felt when you moved to a new city for the first time? When you started that new job? No matter the size of the transition, it can be a challenge for many of us. […]

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