Resources AMP (Achieving Maximum Potential) - Council Bluffs
AMP is a statewide network of youth councils made up of youth aged 13-21 who support and advocate for themselves and other youth who are currently or who have ever been in an out of home placement (foster, adoptive, kinship, shelter, residential or group care). Council Bluffs AMP meets in the gymnasium of the Lied Education Center on the campus of Children's Square USA, 8th Street and Avenue D, in Council Bluffs on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month, from 6:00-8:00 PM.
Health information specialists provide customized, confidential answers to your questions about HIV/AIDS clinical trials and treatment.
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The National Hopeline Network help people dealing with depression and those thinking about suicide through crisis intervention.
Categories: Hotlines/Peer Support
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