Life is full of changes, challenges and unexpected occurrences.

    But we’ve got the information you need from birth to the end to help you through the process.

    WHN TIP – Be safe, be smart and be prepared!

  • Am I Covered?: Home Insurance Questions

    The more you know and understand about home insurance, the better you can insure yourself, your family and your home and possessions in case of loss. The best way to prepare for meeting with your agent is to read your policy and look for the exclusions. If you don’t understand or have questions about something, […]

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  • Divorce Resources

    Preparing for a divorce? Below are some resources to help you through the process Children And Child Custody Resources American Bar Association – Child Custody Articles and information about child custody rights, laws and child support. The ABA is the largest voluntary professional association in the world. With more than 400,000 members, it provides law […]

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  • If You Find a Lost Pet

    First Steps Be safe, be smart. Leave the pet alone. Chances are the pet will be able to find its way home. Since you do not know the pet, it is best not to approach it. Call the local shelter or animal control center. Mention where you last saw the pet (nearest intersection), the pet’s […]

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  • Help! My Pet’s Missing!

    Immediately The House Look in, around and outside your home or the area where you last saw your pet. Ask someone to help you find your pet. Check everywhere, both high and low. Be sure to make lots of noise, rattle favorite toys and treats and yell for your pet. WHN EXPERT TIP – Look Immediately! […]

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  • Adopting A Pet

    There are many different types of pets for many different people. Below is a “starter” list to help you select a pet for you and your family. What to Consider When Thinking About a Pet Make a list of the reasons you’re considering a pet: companionship a workout partner a friend for another pet other […]

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  • 11 Tips for Spring Break Safety

    Whether you’re hitting the slopes, the beaches, or exploring new places abroad, here are quick tips from travelers and industry experts on getting ready for a safe spring break: 1.     Double-Triple Dare You Triple-check your reservations before heading out the door (airplane, hotel, rental car, any other tours or trips). Nothing’s worse than getting to […]

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  • Preparing for College Life

    Dorm and Apartment Essentials Parents and teens should start at least nine months before the “college launch” date to get what is needed for the apartment or dorm room. Before shopping, get a list of approved items from the school. Often schools don’t allow certain items (halogen lamps, hot plates) due to fire safety laws […]

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  • Finding and Financing Higher Education

    Need help in finding a college or university, or finding ways to pay for higher education? Here are some resources. Government and State Resources College Navigator – National Center for Education Statistics College Navigator can help students and parents research schools based on your criteria, as well as links to other information. is […]

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  • Health Resources for College Students

    Heading to college? Here are some resources to keep you healthy! Government and State Resources Medline Plus MedlinePlus brings together authoritative information from the National Library of Medicine, the National Institutes of Health (NIH), and other government agencies and health-related organizations. MedlinePlus also has extensive information about drugs, an illustrated medical encyclopedia, interactive patient tutorials, […]

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  • Partner and State Links

    Health / Life Be there for a friend or loved one in need – learn great tips at What Friends Do. Extension Disaster Education Network (EDEN) has resources you can use, from food safety to field safety, from physical to psychological, and from government to community development. Here’s a general link to help you find a Better […]

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