Deerfield Valley Community Partnership
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  • Our mission is to reduce drug and alcohol use among our youth!

    Our mission is to reduce drug and alcohol use among our youth!

  • Twin Valley students are Above the Influence of drugs and alcohol.

    Twin Valley students are Above the Influence of drugs and alcohol.

  • DVCP Members: “I’m the Wall between Teens and Alcohol

    DVCP Members: “I’m the Wall between Teens and Alcohol" - BE THE WALL!

  • Extreme Commitment to being Tobacco Free!

    Extreme Commitment to being Tobacco Free!

  • Community members create a Web of Support.

    Community members create a Web of Support.

  • Twin Valley students promote RESPECT.

    Twin Valley students promote RESPECT.

  • Students work together to analyze the local Youth Risk Behavior Survey data- Getting to the Y.

    Students work together to analyze the local Youth Risk Behavior Survey data- Getting to the Y.

  • Middle school students support each other in being tobacco free!

    Middle school students support each other in being tobacco free!

Our mission is to reduce drug and alcohol use among our youth!

 

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We are a group of adult and youth volunteers who meet monthly. This group includes youth, teachers, police officers, parents, business owners, civic group representatives, health care representatives, and other concerned community members who recognize that the damages of drugs, alcohol abuse, and tobacco affect us all and we work together to foster a healthy and safe community.

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What We do

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Our commitment is to empower youth to be leaders in their schools and community.  We offer a variety of programs for youth, work on raising community awareness of alcohol, tobacco & other drug issues, work on community & school policies to prevent youth substance use, offer educational programs to parents, school staff & local retailers, and offer support to youth & families facing substance abuse issues.

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Kids are surrounded by pressures and influences.  Make sure you are armed with the latest and most accurate information so you can be the best influence possible. Resources are also available at the Deerfield Valley Community Partnership Office 35 Main Street: (Families First Building) 802-464-1698.

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Take Back Day is October 24th, 2020

National Take Back Day is this Saturday, October 24. Dispose of your unused or expired medications at your nearest dropbox. Area locations include the Wilmington and Dover police departments. More information on www.WindhamRx.org

News/Events

*NEW* Hike 100 Challenge Highlights

*NEW* Earn gift cards while you try to quit

Coping and Connecting Website for Teens and Families during COVID-19

DVCP was recently featured by CADCA's Coalitions in Action: 

"Deerfield Valley Community Partnership Switches Gears for COVID-19 Community Service"

Click here for our Calendar

Vermont's New Marijuana Legalization Law

New Laws in Vermont for Tobacco and Vape Products

Coping and Connecting photo.jpgClick here for the Coping and Connecting Resources (during COVID-19) PDF file

 

 

 

 


Here are the Latest Updates from DVCP:
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As a community we literally hiked thousands of miles, and got better acquainted with the natural resources we have so close to home.
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DVCP Hello is a campaign to let folks know we are thinking of them and reminding them that we are all still connected. DVCP Steering Committee member Lynn Redd created our amazing Hello sign that is moved to various towns and areas each week.
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See the latest news articles about Deerfield Valley Community Partnership.
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Read the latest editions of "The Valley Prevention News" newsletter here.
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Community Members meet to Face Opioid Challenges in the Deerfield Valley. In June 2018, the Deerfield Valley experienced the deaths of two community members to drug overdoses. These events caused many to stop, take notice, and act. A grassroots group of community members started meeting in July to evaluate community needs around drug prevention, treatment, and recovery efforts in the Deerfield Valley.