Peers Together of Wyoming County Health Fair May 9, 10-3
Partners for Prevention
May 16th 10-12 Valley Chapel
Resilience Health fair
Family Fun Night
May 17th 5-8
460 North Main Street
Warsaw, NY 14569
If you suspect that there is an underage drinking party, help law enforcement protect innocent people from being a victim of the improper use of alcohol.
Call Anonymously: 1-800-851-1932
Wyoming County's Substance Abuse Prevention Program and Community Prevention Coalition
September Coalition Meeting
Topic: Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
November Coalition Meeting
Topic: ACEs and Trauma 101
2019 ASAP Prevention Conference
Community Educator and Prevention Specialist Amanda Myers goes to CADCA's 29th Annual Leadership Forum in DC
Sheriff Timothy S. Whitcomb of Cattaraugus county gave a powerful and emotional presentation about the reality of PTSD. He discussed how to prepare, protect and treat the expected exposure to trauma.
March Coalition Meeting
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Partners for Prevention (P4P) is dedicated to reducing substance abuse among Wyoming County youth. We are a prevention program sponsored by the Mental Health Department and funded by the New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services (OASAS) along with Wyoming County. Most importantly, we are a coalition of caring individuals who are devoted to the health and well-being of our children, families, schools, and communities.
DeAnna Croteau is a Family & Consumer Science Educator from Cornell University Cooperative Extension Livingston County. She gave an great talk on how to build resilience to help recover from traumatic experiences.
DeAnna Croteau from Cornell University, Cooperative Extension Livingston County gave a great talk about what is trauma and the effects of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs).