UpValley Partnership for Youth
The UpValley Partnership for Youth is a broad coalition of community stakeholders, including parents, policy makers, law enforcement, service providers, youth, educators, and community members, who work together to address the problem of underage drinking and substance use in our community. The coalition is coordinated by UpValley Family Centers & supported by Napa County Office of Education.
The coalition’s mission: To use the collaborative strength of parents, youth, and community members to prevent and address problems relating to youth alcohol and marijuana use in the UpValley.
Why UpValley: Alcohol and marijuana youth use rates are high when compared to County and State averages. Risks include low parental disapproval, low perception of risk and feelings of chronic sadness. Therefore, there is a need for education and prevention efforts in our community.
How to get involved: Attend a meeting. Monthly coalition meetings alternate between Calistoga and St. Helena. Time and place can be found on our Facebook page. Like us on Facebook and subscribe to our events. Spread the word to friends and family about our coalition’s mission and how to get involved. Talk to your kids about the risks of underage alcohol and marijuana use.
Upcoming activities: Visit the UVFC calendar of events.
Join us to help prevent underage drinking and drug use. We welcome all interested community members!
For more information, contact Loralyn Taylor, Program Coordinator, at email@example.com or (707) 965-5010