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Free Narcan Training This Friday

November 17th, 2022|

As of right now we only have 2 sign ups for the free narcan training on Friday. It was shared all over Facebook in multiple groups and emailed out to the 11 people who wanted the training initially. If there isn't enough sign ups we will have to cancel the training unfortunately. Please feel free to register yourselves and share with you friends, family, neighbors and coworkers.   Register HERE

25th Making Healthful Decisions Conference Request for Proposals

November 6th, 2022|

25th Making Healthful Decisions Conference Request for Proposals March 17, 2023, marks the 25th anniversary of the Making Healthful Decisions Conference (MHDC). Over the years, the conference has covered various topics and themes related to research and insights, strategies and practices, and general knowledge about our well being. We are excited to present the following focus for the 25th-anniversary edition of the MHDC: Envisioning a Culture of Community: supporting families and the individual needs of their children This conference provides an update on the state of parenting, the challenges stemming from social inequities, and the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic that families are struggling with. Presenters will address how practicing a culture of community, especially with those often marginalized, can guide us to envision spaces that accept and support all ranges and varying needs of our bodies. The conference planning team is requesting proposals for workshops that will be held during the conference. A small honorarium will be available to the selected presenters. PLEASE RESPOND BY: 11/30/2022. Please Refer HERE for the Form

October Status

November 6th, 2022|

We made it through October and all of our coalition and Red Ribbon Week events/activities! We have roughly 200 submissions for a youth engagement survey created by Beverly Braxton from We The People. We will be working to organize the data before sharing it with the schools and others. This 5 question survey really focused on the needs of youth in Orange County. It asked what the top 5 topics that concern them the most are. They selected things like: depression, anxiety, gender identity, racism, physical and mental burnout, uncertainty for the future, peer pressure etc. It also asked what makes them hopeful for the future and what is good in their world. As well as a few other questions. We are really excited to organize all of these responses and see their suggestions on how we can better reach them and provide resources.   Trunk or Treat raised roughly $2,500 for the schools and the coalition. How Exciting!! The SADD Club did a great job with the haunted house, everyone seemed to really enjoy themselves.

Volunteers Needed for Applefest

September 14th, 2022|

The Warwick Valley Community Center is looking for volunteers for Applefest on October 2nd. Please consider giving us some of your time this year and as you may know Applefest is the WVCommunity Centers biggest Fundraiser and it helps keep our Center open for Free programming and events. To make this successful we need your help. Please follow the link below to sign up. We greatly appreciate any assistance you can provide! https://www.signupgenius.com/go/70a0d44a5aa2da7fb6-applefest If you are unable to use the Sign-up Genius link that was sent out earlier this week and are willing to volunteer for applefest, please send an e-mail to emily.wvcc@gmail.com with your preferred time and we will make a note of it! Again, any assistance you can provide would be greatly appreciated!! Webster Bank (Vendor Parking) 5:30 - 10:30 AM  - 5 Volunteer Slots Park Ave Elementary 8 AM - 12 PM - 7 Volunteer Slots 11:30 AM - 3:30 PM - 7 Volunteer Slots 3:00 PM - 6:00 PM - 7 Volunteer Slots Warwick Middle School 8 AM- 12 PM - 6 Volunteer Slots 11:30 AM - 3:30 PM - 6 Volunteer Slots 3:00 PM - 6:00 PM - 5

Orange County Youth Wellness Festival 8/14/22

June 23rd, 2022|

Warwick Valley Prevention Coalition in collaboration with the Orange County Prevention alliance is organizing a Youth Wellness Festival for Sunday August 14 at the Thomas Bull Memorial Park from 10-5pm. We are encompassing all things wellness. Come join us for a fun filled day! We will have guest speakers, wellness vendors, craft making tables, over 10 local non profits, food trucks, k-9 demonstrations and more! You do not want to miss this FREE event. So mark your calendars! Interested in collaborating with us, becoming a vendor, maybe offering a free service to the community and giving back? We would love to have you there! Simply email me Francesca Bryson at francesca.wvpc@gmail.com #youthwellness #wellnessfestival #mentalhealth #wellnessthatworks #wellnessproducts #coalition #collaberation #servingthecommunity #nonprofitlife

National Night Out 2022

June 23rd, 2022|

YOU'RE INVITED ! The Warwick Valley Prevention Coalition has partnered with the Town of Warwick Police Department and the Town & Village of Warwick to host an initiative called National Night Out here in Warwick. This free family event will be held on Tuesday August 2nd from 5:30-8:30pm at Memorial Park. National Night Out enhances the relationship between neighbors and law enforcement while bringing back a true sense of community. Furthermore, it provides a great opportunity to bring police and neighbors together under positive circumstances. The best way to build a safer community is to know your neighbors and your surroundings. National Night Out triumphs over a culture that isolates us from each other and allows us to rediscover our own communities and its resources. This is an event we will look forward to each year. Parents and their children have the opportunity to see squad cars, various emergency response vehicles and learn about a wide variety of safety topics and partake in numerous interactive family friendly activities. We will have live music, demonstrations, food, and

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