Category Archives: Policy and Environmental strategies

Prevention strategies that affect policies, broad practices, and community norms

“Resilience”

Swanton Enhancement Project’s (SEP) Task Force to Reduce Substance Abuse in partnership with Prevent Child Abuse Vermont will be hosting a Community Forum on May 4th at MVU, 6:00-8:00 pm. The event will include a showing of the movie Resilience and a … Continue reading

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Stop Teen Alcohol Risk Team (START)

START is a collaborative effort of Franklin and Grand Isle law enforcement that aims to reduce underage substance use, especially alcohol use, through enforcement of underage drinking laws. START conducts party patrols, compliance checks, and education of property owners and … Continue reading

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Green Up Day gives insight into substance use behavior

Green Up Day: We’re committed to a healthy and clean environment, inside and out! In addition to cleaning up refuse from our highways and by-ways, Green Up Day is a great opportunity to get a snapshot of what’s going on … Continue reading

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Welcome to Franklin County Caring Communities

Welcome to your Caring Communities! Check out our National Take-Back Day video, made in collaboration with our Teen Institute and Northwest Access TV. Guiding Good Choices ™ is starting May 24 in St. Albans! Call 527-5049 for more information or to … Continue reading

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National Survey Finds Broad Public Support for U.S. Alcohol Regulation

A new bipartisan national poll conducted for the Center for Alcohol Policy recently found that “Americans overwhelmingly agree that alcohol is a unique product that is not like other consumer goods, which is why they believe it needs to be treated differently.” … Continue reading

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