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Please note that this is scheduled for Monday, November 3rd and an RSVP is requested due to space.
Kaitlyn was a hard-working 16 year old. She had been active in sports, soccer, and competition cheerleading. She held a job and maintained an “A” average. She had a great personality and to know her was to love her. She had a big heart for people. During cheerleading practice when Kaitlyn was in 8th grade, she tore her ACL. After surgery, she was prescribed pain medicine.
After Kaitlyn recovered, she tried to go back to cheering, but couldn''t get her knee to work the same as it used to. She was left without any sports or activities. She felt left out during her recovery and lost connection with her friends. It is very hard when you are in middle school and your whole world gets turned upside down, especially when you have to find new friends.
Kaitlyn struggled with prescription addiction for 2 years. The first year we had no idea. The signs were there, but the last thing a parent wants to do is admit their own child is dealing with drug abuse! In 2010, things had gotten out of control. I was being called to pick her up from the police department, which became a normal thing for us. I can''t tell you how many times I begged for help! I ended up charging my daughter with assault. As bad as I felt, I took a deep breath and thought that everything was going to be ok. Finally!
This is your personal invitation to come out and learn more about Kaitlyn’s mother’s story and Project Bedroom on November 3rd.
In the event of inclement weather, please check your local news station. Look for Davidson County Government information.
Also check the Davidson County website for Davidson County government administrative offices closings.
Due to other local Dental Offices being able to more efficiently provide a wider range of services for adults and children, the Health Department Dental Clinic will close July 11, 2014.
Please note that you are able to contact us and have your records sent to another dentist. To request your records, please contact the Davidson County Health Department 336-242-2300. At least 3 business days are needed for the transfer of dental records. For more information, click here.
Debido a que otros consultorios dentales locales pueden proveer de forma más eficiente una más amplia variedad de servicios para adultos y niños, la Clínica Dental del Departamento de Salud cerrará definitivamente el 11 de julio de 2014.
Usted puede llamarnos y pedir que sus registros sean enviados a otro dentista. Para solicitar sus registros, llame al Departamento de Salud del Condado de Davidson al 336-242-2300. Por lo menos 3 días laborales se necesitan para transferir sus registros dentales. Para más información, haga clic aquí.
Davidson County Health Department
The mission of Davidson County Health Department is to assess, protect and promote the quality of life and health of all people within Davidson County. Davidson County Health Department delivers services devoted to excellence, maintaining standards of professionalism and integrity while enhancing the well-being of our community.
The Davidson County Health Department leads the community through collaboration and partnerships to identify and reduce health risks which result in healthy lifestyles, to provide healthy and safe environments, and assure access to quality health care.
Davidson County Health Department Sections
For Davidson County Health Department to promote the quality of life and health for all people in Davidson County, the Health Department relies on each section working together to meet the communities' needs. The Health Department is broken down into distinctive sections: