KIDS KNOW WHAT “420” MEANS...DO YOU? On April 20th, make sure kids go to school, attend their extracurricular activities and report home on time. Make it a priority to get involved and ask questions. Remember, it’s parenting, not pestering!
February 3 - “From Learning to Earning Youth Entrepreneurship Program” begins.
April 20 - “Lunch 'n Learn” Marijuana it is a big deal!
April 22 - “Newton Town Hall Meeting” Join us for a fun evening!
April 23, April 30 - WISE Programs The Wellness Initiative for Senior Education (WISE) Program celebrates healthy aging and educates older adults on a variety of topics.
April 23 - “Best Practices for Community Events Luncheon” Learn best practices and strategies to help ensure a successful community event where alcohol is served responsibly and properly to those over 21.
April 27 - “Straight Talk Pizza & Vollyball” for 6th-8th grade Franklin, Hamburg, Ogdensburg & Hardyston students.
April 30 - “Mission Possible” Vernon Town Hall Meeting
May 14th - “Military Family Night Out Meet and Greet” at Sparta Lanes from 6:00-8:00pm. Free bowl, food and prizes. RSVP is required.
National Prevention Week is an annual health observance supported by SAMHSA that celebrates the work that community organizations and individuals do year-round to prevent substance abuse and promote mental, emotional, and behavioral well-being.
Listen to the Vernon Coalition's 2014 PSA Check out our latest Public Service Announcement done by the Vernon Coalition’s Above the Influence youth group! Thank you to WSUS for supporting The Vernon Coalition’s efforts and working with our students in spreading education and awareness throughout our community. Remember...the #1 reason kids don’t drink is-Parental Disapproval!!
Matters of the Heart Co-dependency group meets on Monday evenings 7:00-8:30.
Hopatcong Youth Help Prevent Underage Drinking
Vernon Coalition Staff and Youth Attend CADCA’s National Leadership Forum to Learn New Skills to Reduce Youth Drug Use
Lafayette School’s 8th grade students created a video as a way to improve school climate by engaging youth and adults to be accepting and kind.
Hopatcong Middle School Students created an Anti Drug Video based on "Eye of the Tiger"
Talk. They Hear you. As your child becomes curious about alcohol, he or she may turn to you for answers and advice. Use this opportunity to start an open, honest conversation about drinking.
Money Fit Are you working but just can’t find a way to save some money? Have a savings goal but just don’t know how to get started? Then Money Fit might just be for you!
Anger Management Class Every Wednesday 6 - 7 p.m.
Call Vicki at 973-383-4787 for more information.