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Teen Talk has Moved!

Hi Teen Talk Fans! Quick update, Teen Talk has moved to http://www.acs-teens.org/blog/ and we didn’t leave unless we gave you our forwarding address. If your a fan of Teen Talk please subscribe to our new location so you won’t miss out on any of the great parent-teen content we publish weekly. Thank you!  

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Silicon Valley Gives on May 6th! Support Adolescent Counseling Services

On May 6th, from 12 am – 11:59 pm, the Silicon Valley Community Foundation will be hosting Silicon Valley’s first ever giving day to benefit every nonprofit organization in the region. This event is being supported by many of Silicon Valley’s biggest companies and foundations like: Microsoft, The Knight Foundation, Razoo, The Sobrato Family Foundation, Applied Materials […]

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#svcfemployees have donated over $3000 t

#svcfemployees have donated over $3000 to give #svgives charities a chance at a $150 Golden Ticket. You can help ACS win a Golden Ticket!

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What Mindfulness Means

By: Jennica Janssen Adolescent Substance Abuse Treatment Program Intern “The secret of health for both mind and body is not to mourn for the past, not to worry about the future, or not to anticipate troubles, but to live in the present moment wisely and earnestly.” – Buddha Mindfulness is a broad term that is […]

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Motivational Interviewing Training Workshop – Friday, April 18th

ACS’ is hosting our 2nd Annual “Motivational Interviewing Training Workshop” on Friday, April 18, 2014. This is an all day workshop starting at 9 am until 4 pm hosted at Silicon Valley Community Foundation in Mountain View. This workshop will be useful training for teachers, school administrators, guidance counselors, therapists in training, and licensed therapists. […]

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Warning about new drug “DOC” after teen overdoses

Source: http://sanfrancisco.cbslocal.com/ A warning letter to Mountain View High School parents said it’s believed the substance is a synthetic drug known as “DOC” (2,5-Dimethoxy-ChloroAmphetamine), which is similar to LSD and combines hallucinogenic and amphetamine chemicals. The drug has been around since the early 1990s but may be relatively new on the high school scene. Police say […]

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Learn more about ACS’ programs that you

Learn more about ACS’ programs that you can choose to support on May 6th during SV Gives; After-School Counseling Program http://ow.ly/uBKWQ

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Learn more about ACS’ programs that you

Learn more about ACS’ programs that you can choose to support on May 6th during SV Gives; On-Campus Counseling Program http://ow.ly/uBL6Q

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Learn more about SV Gives #svgives and t

Learn more about SV Gives #svgives and the Silicon Valley Community Foundation by going to http://ow.ly/umyhN

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