TechJobsOttawa.com Launched with 1077 High Tech Jobs in Ottawa

TechJobsOttawa.com Launched with 1077 High Tech Jobs in Ottawa










Richmond, BC (PRWEB) October 13, 2005

JobArrow Solutions (http://www.jobarrow.com) officially launched its newest job site: TechJobsOttawa.com (http://www.techjobsottawa.com) with 1077 high tech jobs in the National Capital Region. TechJobsOttawa.com provides free access for job seekers to its entire listing of job opportunities.

Over 150 companies have jobs listed on TechJobsOttawa.com. The basic job posting service is free and hiring managers are invited to submit their company by visiting the website and using the company submission form (http://www.techjobsottawa.com/employers/submit.php). Premium job posting services are also available at competitive rates.

“Our goal is to create the most comprehensive website of high tech jobs in the Ottawa region,” says Keith Phu, Vice President of Operations at JobArrow. “We believe TechJobsOttawa.com is a great resource for the Ottawa tech community. We’re excited to be a part of the community and to contribute to its development.”

TechJobsOttawa.com relies on search software developed by JobArrow Solutions. Job seekers are able to quickly search thousands of jobs found on corporate websites. Job postings are updated every day, multiple times a day.

JobArrow Solutions produces career websites that are specific to a profession and location. The websites attract a focused demographic of professionals interested in a specific industry and area. JobArrow’s other websites include TechJobsVancouver.com (http://www.techjobsvancouver.com) and TechJobsVictoria.com (http://www.techjobsvictoria.com).

Contact information:

Olive Chan

Marketing and Media Relations

JobArrow Solutions Inc.

Tel: +1 604 562 5717

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National Campaign Launched to Prevent Underage Drinking

National Campaign Launched to Prevent Underage Drinking










Canadian, OK (PRWEB) November 11, 2005

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), in partnership with the Ad Council, recently launched a national public service advertising (PSA) campaign designed to prevent underage drinking.

According to the 2004 National Survey on Drug Use and Health, roughly 10.8 million underage persons ages 12 to 20 (28.7 percent) reported current alcohol use. About 7.4 million (19.6 percent) were binge drinkers who consumed five or more drinks on the same occasion, and 2.4 million (6.3 percent) were heavy drinkers who binge five or more times in a month.

“These new ads will help us create and sustain a strong national commitment to prevent and reduce underage drinking,” HHS Secretary Mike Leavitt said in a release last week.

The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) issued a report earlier this year demonstrating that the vast majority of youth ages 12 to 17 (more than 20 million, or 83 percent) are receiving drug and alcohol prevention messages through the media. The report also showed that those who have been exposed to such messages are less likely to abuse drugs or alcohol.

The new campaign aims to encourage parents to speak to their children about alcohol in an effort to prevent and reduce underage drinking. The PSAs end with the tagline: “Start Talking before They Start Drinking.”

SAMHSA Administrator Charles Curie said, “Parents of children and teens must change their attitudes toward teen drinking from acceptance to abstinence, and recognize the importance of talking to their children early and often about alcohol, especially before they’ve started drinking.”

The survey shows that 2 million of the alcohol-dependent adults now ages 21 or older first used alcohol before age 14. Adults who had first used alcohol before age 15 are five times more likely to become dependent than adults who first used after the legal drinking age.

Narconon Arrowhead has a team of dedicated staff working to educate young and old alike and reaches millions of people each week with anti-drug messages through the media.

“Many young people are told that drugs are dangerous, but not how or why,” said a supervisor for Narconon Arrowhead in charge of drug education and media relations, “To deter them from experimentation with these substances, it helps to project into the future what alcohol and drug use leads to and to explain that none of the 23 million people in need of substance abuse treatment ever thought they would become an addict.”

As one of the nation’s largest and most effective drug rehabilitation and education programs, Narconon Arrowhead uses the proven drug-free methodology developed by American author and humanitarian L. Ron Hubbard.

For more information on drug education and rehabilitation or to get help for a loved one in need, contact Narconon Arrowhead today at 1-800-468-6933 or visit http://www.stopaddiction.com.

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Sacramento?s First Mental Health Magazine (Empowerment) has Launched.

Sacramento’s First Mental Health Magazine (Empowerment) has Launched.











Sacramento,CA (PRWEB) July 25, 2011

The Empowerment Magazine is the first print and online magazine to focus exclusively on promoting overall wellness and mental health resiliency for the Sacramento region.

The first issue features articles on pursuing contentment and happiness, the resiliency factor, working with your psychiatrist, thinking fresh and eating clean and a kid’s corner. Also, included is a special interview with Doctor Hazem Hashem on the important triangle between the physician, the patient and their psychiatric medications.

“We were lacking a publication in Greater Sacramento that promotes uplifting voices in the mental health community and we found this inexcusable,” said Amede Kyubwa, founder of the Empowerment Magazine and sacpros.org. The magazine aims at creating a new and positive image for people with lived experience of mental health challenges, “and also helps to eliminate some of the prevailing stereotypes about mental illness,” added Kyubwa

“The magazine empowers individuals with direct or indirect experience of living with or overcoming mental heath issues to talk about their positive experiences; something they normally do not get to do in a public way,” said Marilyn Washington, Sacpros Community Network Director.

25,000 copies of the Empowerment Magazine are being distributed all over the Sacramento Region in a variety of agencies, venues and retail stores. The magazine can also be read anytime online at http://www.sacpros.org. The free quarterly magazine is published by Sacpros.org. The magazine’s next issue is due in September 2011

About Empowerment Magazine:

The Empowerment Magazine is a quarterly Mental Healt Magazine promoting overall wellness and resiliency for the Greater Sacramento.It is published by SACPROS http://www.sacpros.org, a leading Mental Health Resource Guide strengthening individuals, families and community with easily accessible information about available services in Greater Sacramento area.

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