Upcoming Events

Peers Together of Wyoming County Health Fair  May 9, 10-3​


Partners for Prevention
Coalition Meeting
May 16th 10-12 Valley Chapel
Resilience Health fair


Family Fun Night

Warsaw YMCA

May 17th 5-8


Partners for Prevention

460 North Main Street

Warsaw, NY 14569

Phone: 585-786-8970

Fax: 585-786-8874

Underage Drinking Tip Line

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

Partners for Prevention

Wyoming County's Substance Abuse Prevention Program and Community Prevention Coalition

Seven Strategies for Community Change

P4P has develops and implements a diverse range of strategies and interventions to create population-level change in Wyoming County.  Some of the prevention strategies focus on raising public awareness and helping individuals make healthy choices, while others focus on community systems, policies and local conditions to affect the environment in which substance abuse occurs.

CADCA's National Coalition Institute:

Defining the Seven Strategies for Community Change

  1. Providing Information - Educational presentations, workshops/seminars, or other presentations of data (e.g., public announcements, brochures, dissemination, billboards, community meetings, forums, web-based communication)
  2. Enhancing Skills - Workshops, seminars, or other activities designed to increase the skills of participants, members, and staff needed to achieve population level outcomes (e.g., training, technical assistance, distance learning, strategic planning retreats, curricula development)
  3. Providing Support - Creating opportunities to support people to participate in activities that reduce risk or enhance protection (e.g., providing alternative activities, mentoring, referrals, support groups, or clubs)
  4. Enhancing Access/Reducing Barriers - Improving systems and processes to increase the ease, ability, and opportunity to utilize those systems and services (e.g., assuring healthcare, childcare, transportation, housing, justice, education, safety, special needs, cultural and language sensitivity).
  5. Changing Consequences (Incentives/Disincentives) - Increasing or decreasing the probability of a specific behavior that reduces risk or enhances protection by altering the consequences for performing that behavior (e.g., increasing public recognition for deserved behavior, individual and business rewards, taxes, citations, fines, revocations/loss of privileges)
  6. Physical Design - Changing the physical design or structure of the environment to reduce risk or enhance protection (e.g., parks, landscapes, signage, lighting, outlet density)
  7. Modifying/Changing Policies - Formal change in written procedures, by-laws, proclamations, rules or laws with written documentation and/or voting procedures (e.g., workplace initiatives, law enforcement procedures and practices, public policy actions, system change within government, communities, and organizations)