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MISSION: We are a coalition of concerned individuals who care about the health and well-being of our children, families, schools, and communities. We strive to reduce those risk factors that lead to alcohol and drug abuse, teen pregnancy, violence and school…

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Your answers will be critical to developing effective programs and policies to prevent alcohol and other drug problems. If you complete the survey, at the end of the survey you will be given instructions on how to enter a drawing to…

Responsible Server Training

Responsible Server Training (RST) is designed to give those who serve or sell alcohol and their employers a comprehensive server-training program without demanding hours of time. Those who complete Responsible Server Training will: Learn how alcohol affects the brain. Be…

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Western New York Reality Check Names Student Art Contest Winners to Celebrate Great American Smokeout 2020

In coordination with this year’s Great American Smokeout (GASO), more than 30 students responded to honor the national event, observed today, November 19, this year. The Reality Check art contest focused on the dangers of tobacco use. Artists were encouraged…

GREAT AMERICAN SMOKEOUT

Thursday, November 19th, marks the 45th Great American Smokeout, a day set aside for smokers and other tobacco users to abstain for at least one day, in hopes that people will quit completely.  The idea began in 1971 when Arthur…

The Hidden Addiction Among Veterans and Active Duty Members

November, particularly the 11th, is dedicated to commemorating the men and women who have served in the U.S. Military.  As a country, we strive to honor and protect these individuals after returning to civilian life.  While there are many mental…

Western New York Reality Check Names Student Art Contest Winners to Celebrate Great American Smokeout 2020

In coordination with this year’s Great American Smokeout (GASO), more than 30 students responded to honor the national event, observed today, November 19, this year. The Reality Check art contest focused on the dangers of tobacco use. Artists were encouraged…

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GREAT AMERICAN SMOKEOUT

Thursday, November 19th, marks the 45th Great American Smokeout, a day set aside for smokers and other tobacco users to abstain for at least one day, in hopes that people will quit completely.  The idea began in 1971 when Arthur…

Learn More

The Hidden Addiction Among Veterans and Active Duty Members

November, particularly the 11th, is dedicated to commemorating the men and women who have served in the U.S. Military.  As a country, we strive to honor and protect these individuals after returning to civilian life.  While there are many mental…

Learn More