Preventing substance abuse and empowering community
Every month, the HPCC publishes two newsletters - one for Teens, and one for Kids and their parents. Each newsletter covers substance abuse prevention, socioemotional learning, mindfulness, upcoming events, and more. Check out our BLOG page to see the latest newsletters!
This program from the Alliance of Coalitions for Healthy Communities is a comprehensive life skills training program designed and developed for youth at risk of entering the addiction cycle.
This program from the Alliance of Coalitions for Healthy Communities helps middle-school students learn mindfulness-based stress management skills to prevent teen substance experimentation.
Keep them Safe, Keep them Healthy
This program from the Alliance of Coalitions for Healthy Communities meets parents and students with a comprehensive focus on prevention, including: essential resources and immediate and long term next steps that includes an Oakland County Youth Collaborative, connection to local prevention coalitions, evaluative components, focus groups, and an at risk youth program.
Parents Who Host Lose The Most
The Department of Health and Human Services partners with substance abuse prevention coalitions to sponsor this campaign, which educates communities and parents about the health and safety risks of serving alcohol at teen parties. This campaign takes places from April through June.
Drugs 101 Seminar
This collaborative program with Ascension Health located in Hazel Park High School provides students with an overview of the science of addiction, the importance of positive lifestyle choices, and resources for students who need help stopping or staying off drugs.
Let's Get Real
This monthly community forum brings panelists from various sectors of society to lead an educational community dialogue on various topics. From the legalization of marijuana to local human trafficking to teen dating violence, Let's Get Real is an opportunity for Hazel Park community members to be a part of the solution.