Author Archives: Louie Lavin

Become a Sponsor

The Center for Prevention and Counseling is in the business of saving lives! As a sponsor you can be a part of that with a variety of opportunities for your business, organization or company. We welcome your being a part of a movement that is working to reduce the stigma around addiction. Last year over […]

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August 4th 2018 – Team Fundraiser

Changing the Face of Addiction Walk – This year we are excited to bring a team fundraising opportunity to our event. You can create your very own team to help raise money for the walk. Let friends & family join your team and register to walk or If they can’t make it register as a […]

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2018 Alcohol Awareness Contest Winners

We are excited to announce the winners of our 2018 Alcohol Awareness PSA contest “Underage Drinking…It’s Not a Rite of Passage”, where nine Sussex County schools had winning entries! With over 90 submissions, these entries truly stood out. Each of the students, including the seven honorable mentions, will be recognized at our countywide Town Hall […]

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TAG Open House

Center for Prevention and Counseling hosted an open house for our new adolescent program, Think, Act, Grow (TAG). Multiple service providers within Sussex County attended, including, Sussex County probation, Prosecutor Francis Koch, school district principals and guidance counselors, multiple municipality law enforcement, Judge Noah Franzblau, and supportive entities that serve at-risk youth. This is an […]

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Recovery Coach Application

The Center for Prevention and Counseling is now accepting applications for people who want to become trained recovery coaches, sharing hope and offering help to people struggling with addiction. This is a volunteer opportunity that has the potential to become a paid position under the Opioid Overdose Recovery Program (OORP) which connects Emergency Room patients […]

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The Summit Live

For the past 13 years, each middle school in the county has been invited to bring approximately ten 6th, ten 7th and ten 8th graders, two staff members, two parents and administrators to the Summit. Between 800 and 900 middle school students and approximately 100 school staff members have attended each year.

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