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Helping youth and families learn the skills they need to be more successful at home, in school and throughout the community.
Better Choices. Brighter Futures.                          January 2018
YSB Classes and Events
Raising Awareness
Around Anxiety

 
Angst is a 56-minute film that explores anxiety, its causes, effects and what we can do about it.
 
Screening will be
followed by a Mental Health panel discussion with YSB Youth & Family Therapists.


Thursday, January 18th
6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
 
FREE to attend,
thanks to sponsors: 



 


Watch "ANGST" trailer
Brought to you by the producers of "Screenagers"!
 


Internal Overload 

Do your teens or preteens struggle with anxiety or stress? Learn the difference between the two, how to recognize signs, and explore ways to help teens manage their stress both in and out of school.
 
Wednesday, January 24th
6:30 pm – 7:30 pm


 Depression among youth is more common than you think.
Learn the causes and warning signs of depression, and what you as a parent can do to help a young person get their
“sparkle” back. 


 
Wednesday, January 31st
6:30 pm – 7:30 pm



Internal Overload 

a YSB presentation in
follow up to ANGST, including stress vs. anxiety: what to do for your children and how to know the difference between the two.

 
Thursday, February 1st
6:30 pm – 7:30 pm
 

 
PreK Transitions and Readiness

Come and learn how to best support your child as they move from preschool to Kindergarten & future elementary grades!

(childcare provided by school)
 
Thursday, February 8th
6:30 pm – 7:30 pm


 


For MORE INFO on:  
  • Parenting tips & tools
  • Social Media
  • Bullying
  • Emotional Health
  • Chemical Health
  • Healthy Relationships
 
"Just" Stress? Or is it Anxiety?
 
Adolescents often sleep Article Imagemore and have mood swings due to growth and changing hormones. School is often stressful which may alter a child’s mood. Children also begin to show defiance as they grow older as a way to explore and test the world.

Although many of these things are considered to be “normal”, too much of them may be more harmful than we think.

It is important to notice how these typically normal changes are effecting your child’s daily life.
  • Are they sleeping so much that they are missing meals and not spending time with friends?
  • Are they sick often enough to miss multiple days of school a month?
  • Is there mood or behavior erratic to the point where they are getting into trouble, showing poor performance at school, or seem to never be happy?
If so, then there may be something a little more than the typical developmental changes going on with your child.

YSB is here to help you understand and address these concerns:
 

 
 Know someone facing difficult times? 
YSB is only a call or click away at ysb.net
 
YSB Welcomes 5 New
Board Members!
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Myron Bailey

Mayor, City of Cottage Grove
 
 
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Julie Nielsen

Assistant Superintendent, South Washington County School District (#833)
 
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Rick Paukert

Channel Manager, 3M Commercial Solutions Division
 
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Thomas Pugh

Manager – Core Products Business Unit, Andersen Windows
 
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Kim Richardson

Detective, City of Woodbury Police
 
Save the Date!
Join YSB
Event Advisory Committee Members needed for YSB's 2018 Gala!
 
Join our team and ensure local youth have opportunities for Better Choices and Brighter Futures!

 
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