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WHAT'S COMING UP:
2016 - 2017 Prevention Partner Meeting Schedule:
Meetings are normally held the 2nd Thursday of each Month, Sep - Jun, at the Spellman Bldg.
ALL ARE WELCOMED TO ATTEND.
WHAT'S TRENDING NOW:
An educational overview of synthetic drugs.
A teenage persepctive on the whys and why nots of teenage drinking.
Informative 11 min video on the dangers of prescrption drug abuse
STAY CLASSY. STAY SOBER. PSA
Public Service Annoucement by our very own Youth Leadership Council!
"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world."
West Chester Communities That Care (WCCTC) is a not-for-profit organization founded in 1999.
- REDUCE SUBSTANCE ABUSE among youth
- PROMOTE POSITIVE CHOICESand
- STRENGTHEN FAMILIES through the collaborative efforts of our drug-free community coalition.
FOR HIRE - COMMUNITY MOBILIZER
The West Chester Area Communities That Care (WCCTC) is in search of a Community Mobilizer. The applicant must possess excellent public speaking, communication and team building skills, be a self-motivated go-getter, highly organized, able to work from home (with supplies, laptop, printer, etc. provided by WCCTC), have enthusiasm for event planning and/or fundraising, and enjoy learning new things. The applicant must also be able to work effectively with local law enforcement, government, businesses, schools, faith organizations and the entire West Chester Community at large. ...READ MORE.
MADD’s POWER OF PARENTS PRESENTATIONS
The WCCTC is now offering these powerful 15 minute presentations to local school and community organiations, designed to give parents useful strategies to have conversations with their children about Alcohol. Parent Handbooks are included.
For more information click here.
PARENTS WHO HOST LOSE THE MOST
Learn the legal, health and safety risks associated with serving alcohol to minors... more
check out these handouts from previous spot light events: