Community Medication Drop Box
What is the Connecticut Prevention Network? The Connecticut Prevention Network (CPN) is an association of the state’s 13 community partnership Regional Action Councils (RACs) that work to provide your community with education, training and advocacy for substance abuse prevention. What We Do -Provide your community with education, training, and advocacy for substance abuse prevention and behavioral health. -Inventory community resources to address substance abuse and behavioral health issues. -Identify gaps in services and changes to community environments. -Design/develop/implement programs to fill identified gaps in services. -Reduce the negative effects of substance abuse and related risky behaviors on youth and the community. How We Do It -Mobilize government leaders, mental health/substance abuse professionals, law enforcement, schools, faith organizations and youth. -Advocate for wellness and health promotion across all 169 cities and towns. -Tailor prevention strategies to meet each community's specific needs. -Leverage funds for local initiatives and grant collaboration. -Assess community data to gain additional resources to meet prevention needs across the state of Connecticut.
CPN-Connecticut Prevention Network shared American Foundation for Suicide Prevention - Northern Connecticut Chapter's post.Wednesday, July 26th, 2017 at 6:59am
American Foundation for Suicide Prevention - Northern Connecticut Chapter
WALK WITH US THIS FALL IN BRISTOL, HARTFORD AND POMFRET!
CPN-Connecticut Prevention Network shared American Foundation for Suicide Prevention's post.Monday, July 24th, 2017 at 8:26am
CPN-Connecticut Prevention NetworkSaturday, July 8th, 2017 at 6:00am
Community for Care June 7, 2017
Hosts Sue Homrok-Lemke, Assistant Superintendent of Pupil Services, and Thomas Steen, Executive Director, Capital Area Substance Abuse Council.