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
Platt High School students pledge to be substance-free before, during and after Prom! Have a great Prom Junior and Seniors!
Mourning Parents ACT, also known as !MPACT, was invited to Platt High School where guest speaker, Donna Jenner, shared her very personal story to promote safe driving and riding habits in teens. This speaking engagement was put on by the Meriden Healthy Youth Coalition as part of our Prom Promise activities to encourage students to…Details
As part of the Change the Script campaign we helped design a billboard for Meriden. Naloxone has a serious side effect…IT SAVES LIVES!
May 14th from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Training held at the Department of Health and Human Services, 165 Miller Street, Meriden CT, in the Teen Conference Room, 2nd floor.
Registration is required! To register contact Erica Skoutas, 203-630-5261, Erica.Skoutas@hhchealth.org
The Meriden Healthy Youth Coalition was asked to do a news story on our recent participation in “Sticker Shock.” Program Director, Krystle Blake, along with two youth members, and local business member, Harry Patel, were interviewed by LaSalle Blanks from News 8 and were recognized for the important work that MHYC is doing throughout their…Details