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Special Support
Special Support

July 3, 2018 NCC’s sliding scale for fees ensures anyone in need of mental health services can get them no matter what the financial situation. We couldn’t offer counseling sessions at such a low cost to clients without the support of...

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Preventing Suicide
Preventing Suicide

Do They Need Your Help? July 11, 2018 Looking for warning signs may help you determine if a loved one is at risk for suicide, especially if the behavior is new, has increased, or seems related to a painful event, loss, or change. How Can You Help...

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Mental Health Awareness Month
Mental Health Awareness Month

May 7, 2018 Nearly one in six adults (44.7 million people) in the US experiences mental illness each year. That’s a lot of people, but you don’t hear a lot of people talking about it. These struggles include many different conditions that vary in...

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Giving Tuesday
Giving Tuesday

November 21, 2017 WHAT is Giving Tuesday? Giving Tuesday began in 2012, on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving, as a specific day to highlight the importance of giving back, following the material purchases of Black Friday, Small Business Saturday...

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Kobe Beef and Politics
Kobe Beef and Politics

August 13, 2017 Barb’s Blog – From NCC Co-Founder Sr. Barbara Kennedy, OSM, LPC My brother-in-law is a pretty smart guy.  Recently we were talking about food when he mentioned Kobe beef.  He said that farmers in Japan who raise Kobe...

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Fake News
Fake News

July 30, 2017 Barb’s Blog – From NCC Co-Founder Sr. Barbara Kennedy, OSM, LPC A wildfire of information  or misinformation is a few clicks away. A phrase we hear frequently in politics is “Fake News”.  It’s not just politics.  For...

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All Fun, No Fuss!
All Fun, No Fuss!

May 10, 2017 The slogan for the NCC Community Block Party Fundraiser certainly lived up to its billing! 160 people packed the Lagunitas Brewing Community Room in NE Portland to enjoy great beer, local wines, and fabulous food from three local...

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