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Learn Your Limit (LYL)

You’ve come to the right place if you’re 21 or older and need to Learn Your Limit (LYL).

It’s okay to have a drink. But drinking yourself stupid can take you places you don’t want to go. Check out and share our video, “LYL.”

On this page, you’ll find some clever suggestions, alternatives to painful hangovers and some interesting tidbits to chew on.


How does one actually LYL? Here are a few resources. Some serious (look at my face). Some with a little hilarity. The point is, it’s okay to drink if you’re 21+, but remember to pace yourself (it ain’t a race), count your drinks, eat, and drink plenty of water. If you’re drinking, toss the keys to someone who’s stone-cold sober.

Rethinking Drinking
Offers concrete, research-based information on alcohol and understanding your drinking habits. That whole knowledge is power thing.

Contemplating a house party, but want to avoid someone driving over your mailbox? Try these on for starters.

  • Movie/TV show night. Watching a show or a movie is always more fun with a crowd. Invite the gang, grab some food and drinks and push play.

  • Ditto the above, but with video games.

  • Play a board games. So many to choose from. Invite a few people over and game away!

  • What ball game is on tonight? Plan something for the Indy 500.

  • House parties without the drama. Throw a house party, but limit the amount of booze available. Have one or two people responsible for making sure people aren’t over-indulging. Nix the drinking games and instead crank the stereo… but give your neighbors a courtesy call.

Want to help your friend LYL? Here are five easy steps:

  • Notice the behavior (drinking)

  • Determine whether the drinking is a problem or could be a problem

  • Assume the responsibility

  • Know how to help

  • Take action

Remember, friends don’t let friends puke!


Transgender Support Groups

Every third Thursday the Greater Rockingham LGBTQIA+ Group offers free peer support groups for transgender folks. Teens, 13-17, meet from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m., and adults, 18+, meet from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. The meetings are held at Parks Place. Snacks will be provided. The groups will be led by a transgender staff member.

Sign up today for Computer Skills Training for the Workplace

Learn the basics of using a computer with this FREE five-week program. The class will be held at the Windsor Resource Center from June 11 to July 9, from 4:30-6:30 p.m. Attend all five classes to qualify for a free laptop. To sign up, call 802-885-8300.

GFC Bookstore

You can now purchase in bulk materials that have been created by GFC staff at cost plus shipping and tax. This includes books, journals, bookmarks, and stickers.  Click here!​

March 2024 Newsletter

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LGBTQIA+ Hangout

Join us for a FREE hangout for LGBTQIA+ members, ages 18 and old. Stop by Parks Place from 2-4pm on the second Saturday of each month for writing, crafting, reading, gaming, or just hanging out. 

Online Narcan training
If you've picked up a package of Narcan or Naloxone and don't know how to use it, check out this video with instructions from the Vermont Department of Health.

Windham County calendar

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