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Friends of Bridge, Inc. 50th Anniversary Mini Golf Tournament & Luncheon
Cancelled due to COVID-19
May 30th 11AM for Mini Golf Tournament
2:30 PM Luncheon Begins
May 31st Rain Date
Please register for Mini Golf Tournament by Friday May 15th
We accept Medicaid / Managed Medicaid / Primary Insurance
Empire BC/BS HealthPlus
Fidelis Care / NYS Catholic Health Plan
HealthFirst PHSP, Inc.
Optum / Optum Behavioral / United Healthcare (UHC)
Value Options Network / GHI / NYS HIP / VSNY / NYS Empire / OSCAR
We also allow clients to self-pay / Sliding scale payments are available for those at lower income levels. No one will be turned down due to an inability to pay.
“Approximately 1 in 10 people who use marijuana will become addicted. When they start before age 18, the rate of addiction rises to 1 in 6.”
Marijuana is the most commonly used illegal substance in the U.S. and its use is growing. Marijuana use among all adult age groups, both sexes, and pregnant women is going up. At the same time, the perception of how harmful marijuana use can be is declining. Increasingly, young people today do not consider marijuana use a risky behavior.
But there are real risks for people who use marijuana, especially youth and young adults, and women who are pregnant or nursing. Today’s marijuana is stronger than ever before. People can and do become addicted to marijuana.
Marijuana use can have negative and long-term effects:
Would you know what to look for if you suspected that someone in your family may have a problem with heroin?
Nassau County is providing valuable information that can help you to better understand the challenges of a loved one with an addiction to heroin.
What are some of the Signs and Symptoms of someone using Opioids?
Nassau County provides Overdose Prevention and Narcan Training on a regular basis.
Take advantage of these free seminars to educate yourselves about the reality of what prescription drugs and heroin are doing to our loved ones.
Learn about upcoming trainings, overdose statistics, signs and symptoms, and ways to get help.