IFCS Closed in Observance of Labor Day, September 1, 2014

IFCS is closed today in Observance of Labor Day, September 1, 2014. We will reopen with normal business hours on Tuesday, September 2, 2014.

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Worried About Divorce Effecting Your Kids? Learn Which Factors Make the Biggest Difference

It’s hard to anticipate how any child will respond to a divorce. There are many factors affecting how a child handles the separation, including how the child deals with stressful situations in general. Understanding some of these factors can help parents as they seek to guide their children through this difficult process and keep negative effects to a minimum. Read on to learn about some of the biggest factors that will determine how your children are effected by your divorce.
Two Parents Fighting Over Child In Divorce Concept

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4 Fun And Unique Gifts You Can Get Your Dad For His Next Birthday That Won’t Break The Bank

Dads are often the most important men in our lives. Unfortunately, they are also notoriously difficult to shop for. After all, what do you give the man who served as a superhero all through your childhood, a villain during your teenage years, and your best friend ever since?

Here are four fun and unique present ideas, sure to show your dad just how much he means to you.

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No Accidents: Six Tips for Keeping Your Guns Safe from Your Children

Responsible gun owners appreciate the importance of  keeping guns safe from the hands of unsupervised children. If you have guns and children in the home, it’s important to keep the firearms secured to avoid unfortunate accidents. Here are a few options you might want to consider for safely storing your guns. Read More

Tips for Talking to a Loved One About Addiction Recovery Solutions

In life, we all have a role to play. When it comes to substance abusers, the role they play is a bit complex. Many of them unwittingly step into character. Little by little, each hit or drink pulls them in further. Before long, they have fully immersed themselves into lives of destruction. Friends and family are often forced to play the role of the loving spectator. Watching their loved ones spiral out of control places them in a state of limbo. On one hand, their pain will compel them to do something. On the other hand, they’re not exactly sure what they can do. In their minds, confronting the addict may do more harm than good. However, part of being a good friend or relative requires that a person be willing to take that chance. When broaching the issue of substance abuse, loved ones need to handle the conversation with care.

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