Written by: Andros Garcia Saldivar-Health Educator, Robert Crown Center for Health Education National Women’s History Month is celebrated throughout March, but when thinking about the achievements and struggles of women, transwomen are often excluded from this conversation. The definition of transgender may vary, but it is generally used to refer to a person who does […]
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic and the related school closures, we wanted to first express our concern over the health and well-being of our school partners, our employees, as well as their families and loved ones. We know TOGETHER we can accomplish anything.
For those teachers and school personnel looking for online health education programming, we've launched digital versions of our in-school programming which you can access HERE!
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Written by: Rose Tenuta-Health Educator, Robert Crown Center for Health Education Esmerelda, a young woman with curly hair and glasses can not take the fighting between her parents any longer. In an attempt to calm her anxiety and escape the tension in her home, she sneaks some of her dad’s opioid pain relievers and discovers….. […]
Written by: Terence Hodges-Health Educator, Robert Crown Center for Health Education Marijuana became legalized for recreational use in Illinois on January 1st, but it may not lead to the desired outcomes consumers envisioned. The law is called the Cannabis Regulation and Tax Act and allows Illinois residents and visitors over the age of 21 to […]