Mental Health Awareness Month
In order to promote Mental Health Awareness month, EeeSquare is a proud sponsor of cartoonist Chato B. Stewart’s Cartoon-a-thon. Chato’s cartoons are designed to de-stigmatize mental illness; his cartoons have received attention and acclaim from all over the world. Please visit the cartoon-a-thon
If you are or know a returned combat veteran coping with PTSD we have made our first support for Veterans Families Coping with PTSD CD available as a FREE podcast. It is our way of saluting you for all you have done.
This self help series uses guided imagery and the conversational hypnosis patterns of Dr. Milton Erickson to help support feelings of stress, anger and loss. It is hypnotic and nature and should only be listened to when in a safe and comfortable place. The first two CDs have been distributed to mental health professionals around the country and have gotten thumbs ups reviews.
The second CD will be rendered as a podcast in the near future.
We want to be your good neighbor by supporting you and thanking you for all you have done.
Veteran Friend and Hero
EeeSquare wants to take this opportunity to salute you today and always. That is why we want to help you grow your business and prosper over the course of the next 12 months.
Not only do we create phenomenal growth strategies for small business with our award winning team, but we will offer them to veterans at a 20% discount off our already extraordinarily competitive prices.
Why are we doing this? Are we crazy? No. We want to thank you for what you did by helping you thrive as you return to civilian life.
Our mission is to help your business succeed.
Call us today to get started.
If the answer is YES! ... Then you need to get involved in the next Twestival…no matter where you are located!
Here's more information on Twestival, and of course, please pass it along!
More about the Pace Center:
PACE CENTER FOR GIRLS LEE offers year round counseling and academic services for girls ages 12-17 who are at-risk for juvenile delinquency, failing or dropping out of school, running away from home and experiencing difficulty at home. At the request of community leaders and elected officials, PACE Lee was established in 2007 and since opening its doors has served over 150 girls find success in school, generate a positive relationship with their families and peers, and become productive members of our community.