My name is Jena Codrey. I am currently a graduate student at the University of New England school of Social Work. I am honored to be able to share my last semester of my graduate work with Oceanside Community Services. I have a variety of experiences working with individuals in different stages throughout their lives. I have experiences working with children that have Autisms and their families, individuals that suffer with a metal health (MH) diagnosis and individuals and their families who are suffering with addictions, mainly drugs and alcohol. With the help from my colleagues here at Oceanside Community Service we bring you this quarterly news letter regarding the importance of having a healthy mind & healthy body along with tips that help manage anger and increasing a better night sleep.