Drug Intervention: Youth Dynamics Seeking Families for Foster Homes

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Drug Intervention: Youth Dynamics seeking families for foster homes
Leslie Kuntz of Youth Dynamics in Kalispell needs families willing to open their hearts and homes to children with emotional or behavior disorders.
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Drug Intervention: Court ReportsJune 18, 2011
Prison and probationary terms were handed down in Wharton County’s 329th District Court during May felony hearings.
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Drug Intervention: Father’s Day, Mother’s Day. How about Co-Parents Day?
Fathers stumbling through child-rearing are a familiar sitcom theme. But a growing body of research at Berkeley is challenging the perception that dads are goofy, uncaring or incompetent caregivers. On the contrary, preliminary findings suggest their co-parenting skills are crucial to their kids’ social and academic success.
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Drug Intervention: Sex education sa klase, maaaring gawing ‘optional’?
Isa sa mainit na pinagdedebatihan ng mga kongresista sa kontrobersiyal na Reproductive Health (RH) bill ay ang reproductive health education o “sex education.” Sa panayam ng News To Go kay Sen Pia Cayetano, alamin kung may mababagong probisyon sa naturang panukalang batas kapag tinalakay na ang bersiyon nito sa plenaryo ng Senado.
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Drug Intervention: Laurel Avenue – Rolanda Battling Demons



This is one of the dramatic high points of the Pay-TV mini-series. Rolanda (Rhonda Stubbins-White), the younger half of twin sister Yolanda Arnett-Friedman (Juanita Jennings) causes a hell storm at her sister’s party in celebration of making Sergent on the police force. The family realizes that quick action must be taken for Rolanda’s drug addiction. Marcus Arnett finds out that Rolanda discovered her son’s (Vonte Sweet) unpaid stash of drugs he was using to deal. Rushan witnessed the unfolding of his consequences right before his eyes. Laurel Avenue (1993) Two-Part Cable Movie Written by: Michael Henry Brown Executive Producers: Charles S. Dutton & Paul Aaron Directed by: Carl Franklin Can you catch more character parallels to the Soul Food movie which was released four years later.
Video Rating: 5 / 5

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