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Family Bonding this Season


It’s the greatest time of the year, and spending this special time with your loved ones is important. While toys and electronics are all great gifts, the greatest gift you can give your kiddos this year is simply being there for them.

I CARE is encouraging families to start new traditions and make some unique memories this holiday season. This wonderful together time allows for frequent, active communication between you and your children–making it an excellent way to prevent violence and substance abuse. Keeping that line of communication open only contributes to a strong bond and trust between you and your kiddos.

This month, I CARE wants you to join the movement of #ICARE2BThere. Get together with your loved ones and make this together time worth every moment. 

I CARE is an alcohol, drug abuse, and violence prevention program. To learn more about their prevention efforts, call (225) 226-2273.

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20 Dec 2018


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