As part of our “Change the Script” campaign, we have another billboard addressing safe disposal of medication in Meriden’s drop box. “Don’t Share It, Don’t Store It, Just Drop It.”
Senior students at Platt participated in our last Prom Promise event of the season. Thank you for pledging to make smart and healthy decisions and enjoy your Prom!
NATIONAL PREVENTION WEEK 2018 The Meriden Healthy Youth Coalition (MHYC) is participating in National Prevention Week 2018 by posting daily prevention messages on social media through our Facebook page and Twitter news feed. We held an Educational Empowerment Forum (!MPACT presentation) at Platt High School on May 1st: Donna Jenner, from Mourning…Details
Students at Maloney High School that are attending the Junior and Senior Proms signed the Prom Promise banner and pledged to be substance-free before, during, and after Prom. The banner was filled in just one day! Great job students and have a great time at your Prom.
David Graham, a member of the Mourning Parents ACT (!MPACT) organization shared his personal story with students at Maloney High School. David hopes that sharing his experience and telling his story will help remind the students how important it is to make smart and safe decisions when driving. His story reinforced to the students that…Details