Olympic Level Mental Wellness

Olympians are recognized around the world as some of the most capable and skillful athletes in the field. Their bodies and minds are trained to perform at peak levels, yet in spite of this, they are proving themselves just as vulnerable to poor mental health as anyone else. Although the…...

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Florida School Shooting Tragedy – Edgewood Resources

The tragic shooting that occurred at a high school in Parkland Florida on February 14th is another wake-up call for all of us; we need to pay more attention to our fellow citizens (young and old) who show signs of struggling with mental health issues. That day, a 19-year-old former…...

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Remembering John O’Brien

Edgewood Center for Children and Families lost a long-time friend and member of its family late last year. John O’Brien truly embraced our mission, spending almost 21 years in service to our youth, our families, and our community. For many of those years, he was the Up-night Facility Manager that…...

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Giving Thanks with the Edgewood Auxiliary

Our friends in the Edgewood Auxiliary know exactly how stressful the holidays can be. With so much going on between friends, family, and food, there is little time for rest; yet they also know exactly how hard a lonely holiday season can be. That’s why last Thursday on November 16,…...

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Bay Area Housing is ‘On The Table’ at Edgewood

Edgewood Guests Address Bay Area Housing Crisis Over Dinner A diverse group of 12 Edgewood stakeholders came together over dinner at a San Mateo restaurant on November 13 to discuss the Bay Area housing crisis as part of “On the Table,” a community conversation sponsored by Edgewood in partnership with the…...

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