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Established for over 15 years, the Abbeycare Group provides treatment for those suffering with alcohol and drug addictions with proven outcomes.
FIGHTING-ADDICTION RESOURCES from Megan Bishop, Outreach Specialist at alcohol.org (Jun 2019)
"I am a team member of the Recovery Village, an organization dedicated to helping individuals struggling with substance abuse into recovery. We feel that quality content is key to providing those struggling with addiction and their loved ones with educational information on how to get help. With your help, we can continue to lift up our LGBTQ+ friends and family through education and prevention that can save lives."
Online College Degrees from Cheri Schallenberger, Senior Editor, College Explorer (Sep 2020)
RESOURCES FOR LGBTQ STUDENTS from Emily Sorenson / Outreach Department / The Center for School, College, and Career Resources /https://www.csccr.org/ (Jan 2018)
"My team and
I at the Center for School, College, and Career Resources have just started a
project to help LGBTQ students succeed in school. We compiled a series of
resources to help these students succeed in school, and I wanted to highlight
The first is a comprehensive guide created for LGBTQ students, allies,
and other community members. It offers tips for knowing if a college is LGBTQ
friendly and highlights the schools going above and beyond to welcome these
students. It also explains the Campus Pride Index and includes an interview
with Gary Howell, a staff member at Argosy University who works with AU Tampa’s
Campus Pride group:
Resources and Expert Advice for LGBTQ College Students
The second guide focuses on
It includes scholarships specific to the trans community, describes how to find
a transgender-friendly college and provides a directory for additional
resources to help with academic and extracurricular success. You can check out
the entire guide here:
Resources for Transgender College Students
The last guide in the series focuses
on scholarships and financial aid available to LGBTQ college students. It's not only a list of funding
opportunities -- there are tips on, for example, how to navigate applying to
financial aid before coming out to family or if family is not supportive: College Scholarships for LGBTQ Students
Site that helps financially disadvantaged native-american families with finding grants. These grants help families with utility bills, energy bills, mortgage payments, rent, medication, education and medical bills.
Social-Work Degree Guide from Cheri Schallenberger, Senior Editor, College Explorer (Sep 2020)