Programs & Activities

Educating youth, building relationships, and promoting positive healthy lifestyles


We form essential connections to build healthier communities. We value and recognize the specialness that each neighborhood, each school, each community brings to the whole.

Guiding Good Choices (GGC)

GGC seeks to strengthen and clarify family expectations for behavior, enhance bonding, and teach skills that help youth to resist drug use. Dinner, childcare and workbooks are included in this six-session course. Teens attend two of the sessions. Enrollment is through to Family Education & Support Services.


Project SUCCESS is a research-based program that builds on the findings of other successful prevention programs by using interventions that are effective in reducing risk factors and enhancing protective factors. Project SUCCESS counselors use the following intervention strategies: information dissemination, normative and prevention education, problem identification and referral, community based process and environmental approaches.

Nurse-Family Partnership

Nurse Family Partnership

The Nurse-Family Partnership is a free program for women who are having their first child. This program helps families during pregnancy and for the first two (2) years of the child’s life. Women in the program receive home visits by a nurse with specialized training. The Nurse-Family Partnership can help you to have a healthy pregnancy, and to care for your baby so that your baby is healthy, happy and safe.

Nurse-Family Partnership

Annual Community Survey 2022

Please take 3 to 5 minutes to provide your perceptions of youth substance use in our communities. Our goal is 140 completed surveys and this survey is open until November 15th.

Community Survey 2022

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