CODIE Webinar Series

ID Description: White background. In green font: “CODIE Webinar Series”. Next is green banner with white fonts: “Communication Rights in Medical Settings”. On your left side is an image of Josh – medium skin tone, black short hair with black goatee, smiling toward the camera wearing black polo shirt. On the right side is an image of Carmen – medium skin tone, highlighted long hair in ponytail, wearing dark eyeglasses frame and black shirt, smiling at the camera. After the green banner is black banner with white fonts: “Thursday, April 15, 2021 at 1:00 PM. Next is white background with black italic fonts: “Presented by Josh Tozeski and Carmen Croasmun. Next is white background with green bold borders – inside with black fonts: Facebook Live. At the bottom from left to right: CODIE logo in green tone, Family Outreach Advocates with light blue background and maroon fonts with two hands (raised hand in maroon color) and holding hand in navy blue). HH&LD logo and Pathway to Success logo.

Event Description: One of CODIE Webinar Series: Josh Tozeski and Carmen Croasmun will provide webinar regarding Communication Rights in Medical Settings on Thursday, April 15, 2021 at 1:00 pm.

Wear Orange

Please wear orange in support of Bullying Prevention on Wednesday, October 20, 2021. https://www.stopbullying.gov/ #UnityDay2021 [Post Description: Orange background. “#UNITYDAY2021”. Next: in two columns. Right column has an image: Blue sketched heart and two hands holding together in white outline. Next are the logos from the top to the bottom: GLAD, OCDeaf, CODIE, TCGLAD and B-GLAD. Left column: “WEAR ORANGE IN SUPPORT OF BULLYING PREVENTION”. Next in white banner: “WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 2021”.]

Wear Orange! Please wear orange in support of Bullying Prevention on Wednesday, October 20, 2021. https://www.stopbullying.gov/ #UnityDay2021 [Post Description: Orange background. “#UNITYDAY2021”. Next: in two columns. Right column has an image: Blue sketched heart and two hands holding together in white outline. Next are the logos from the top to the bottom: GLAD, OCDeaf, CODIE, […]

Breast Cancer

This October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Breast Cancer is the second most common cancer among women and people in the United States. Men and people of other genders also get it. It is also the second leading cause of cancer death in women. We are raising the awareness of Breast Cancer by sharing information and resources at https://bit.ly/3BzEXuD #NationalBreastCancerAwareness #EarlyDetectionMatters [ID Description for ALT Image: Dark Pink background. In the center "BREAST CANCER AWARENESS MONTH". (All staff support the awareness of Breast Cancer and different types of cancer that have an impact on their lives) From top row (left to right): Lisa in green background also supporting the awareness of Bone Marrow Cancer. Next: Gloria in pink background supporting Breast Cancer, also, Prostate Cancer, Lung Cancer, Colon Cancer and Leukemia. Next, Claudia in white background also supporting Thyroid Cancer, and Lung Cancer. Next, Kenton in blue background also supporting Colon Cancer. Next, Richard in yellow background also supporting Bone Cancer, Breast Cancer and All Cancers Bottom Row from left to right: Carmen in purple background also supporting All Cancers. Next, Jonathan in orange background also supporting Leukemia and All Cancers. Next, Deb in dark purple background also supporting All Cancers. Next, Maisha in pink background also supporting Liver Cancer and Ovarian Cancer. Next, Guy in blue background also supporting Colon Cancer]

This October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Breast Cancer is the second most common cancer among women and people in the United States. Men and people of other genders also get it. It is also the second leading cause of cancer death in women.We are raising the awareness of Breast Cancer by sharing information and […]

Indigenous People’s Day

Happy Indigenous People's Day. Today, we celebrate the culture and roots of Indigenous communities by honoring their history and bringing awareness to the struggles they still face today. https://bit.ly/3v43Z2U #NativeAmericanDay #codie_riv

Happy Indigenous People’s Day Happy Indigenous People’s Day. Today, we celebrate the culture and roots of Indigenous communities by honoring their history and bringing awareness to the struggles they still face today. #NativeAmericanDay #codie_riv Read More

Energy Upgrade California

https://youtu.be/FZE6PdSXXyE During peak hours, the cost of power is higher because high demand places extra strain on the current infrastructure. When you shift more of your energy use to off-peak hours, you are helping to keep California golden and you may notice a drop in your bills. Simple shifts in habit, like running your washing […]

GLAD is Hiring

Are you passionate about making a difference? Join our #Gladiator team! Check the following job openings and share away. Administrative Assistant Job Developer Interpreter Interested to apply? Go to http://gladinc.org/careers

Are you passionate about making a difference? Join our #Gladiator team! Check the following job openings and share away. Administrative AssistantJob Developer Interpreter Interested to apply? Go to http://gladinc.org/careers Apply Today

Happy World Teacher’s Day

Happy World Teacher's Day. Thank you for everything you do. #happyworldteacherday #codie_riv @codie.riv [Image description: Top: "Happy World Teacher's Day. Next; A teacher wearing yellow Hijab, blue top, yellow pants and blue shoes discussing about COVID-19 safety: wear facial masks and social distance with four students. Two students per table (two wooden tables); left table; one student raising the hand while other look at the teacher. Right table; two students look at the student. Next is three hearts above "Thank you for everything you do".]

Happy World Teacher’s Day. Thank you for everything you do.#happyworldteacherday #codie_riv @codie.riv [Image description: Top: “Happy World Teacher’s Day.Next; A teacher wearing yellow Hijab, blue top, yellow pants and blue shoes discussing about COVID-19 safety: wear facial masks and social distance with four students. Two students per table (two wooden tables); left table; one student raising […]