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Art of Recovery on September 24th at Mill Creek Park on the Plaza

Art of Recovery on September 24th from 11:30AM to 1:00PM at Mill Creek Park on the Plaza (JC Nichols Parkway, North of 46th Terrace)

September is National Recovery Month and in Kansas City First Call and Valley Hope are organizing an event to celebrate recovery by creating “Art for the Sky.” A unique team-building activity, hundreds of people will come together to create an image that is photographed from 80 feet. Join us in celebrating the beauty of recovery. All are welcome.

The event is free. Register at valleyhope.org/ArtOfRecovery/

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Celebration Evening: A Night of Recovery & Hope with Francine Ward

Celebration Evening: A Night of Recovery & Hope with Francine Ward
Mayor Sly James & Licia E. Clifton-James, Event Chairs
Tuesday, September 20, 2016
The Regnier Center
12345 College Blvd., Overland Park, KS  66210
Register at firstcallkc.org/Celebration or call 816.361.5900
Questions Contact: Linda Buchner, First Call Special Event Coordinator, 816-916-4111 or linda@lindabuchner.com
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www.justthinktwice.com

www.justthinktwice.com

To learn more about opioids see https://www.justthinktwice.com/

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Never take out more in student loans than you absolutely need.

Five Coloradans share stories about the student debt crisis - Chalkbeat  Colorado

Make Sure You Never Default

The U.S. Department of Education makes it easy for you to avoid defaulting with student loans. Simply contact your local school district and ask to talk to an Education Department loan officer. There are no fees or additional costs to talk to your loan officer. Once you’ve told them you’ve had enough, the loan officer will find out your eligibility for “fault discharge.” This means the loan can be discharged if you fail to make payments for more than 60 days. If the loan is in default, you will not be eligible for fault discharge.…