Prevention - Community

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Bonneville Communities
That Care Coalition is a coalition made up of the four cities that feed into Bonneville High School: Riverdale, South Ogden, Uintah, and Washington Terrace. The coalition established in 2011. Bonneville CTC promotes a strong coalition between families, schools and the community which works together, using evidence-based strategies, to prevent underage drinking and use of other drugs.
Samantha Tilton
samanthat@weberhs.org
Booths / Town Halls / Speaking Engagements / Parent Nights
Substance use prevention materials and information distributed at local community events, health fairs etc. FREE speaking engagements and/or presentations on various substance use prevention topics to community members as requested.
Kimalee Crookston
Kimaleec@weberhs.org
Bright By Text
Sign up for Bright by Text for texts on free activities, games for your kids and resources for the entire family! This service is for caregivers of children up to 8 years old and pregnant women. Text messages are targeted to the child’s age giving fun and easy activity ideas to promote their physical development, language and early literacy, health and safety, and provide positive parenting tips for caregivers. Bright by Text also sends occasional messages about local events and resources specific to our community, like free museum days, health clinics, and preschool open enrollment. Sign up here, or text “UTFAMILY” to 274448. Feel free to sign up multiple children!
Aracely Warner
aracelyw@weberhs.org
Coalition of Resources
Coalition of Resources meets the first Tuesday of the (COR) month at McKay Dee Hospital Education Center. The meeting is held at noon and lunch is provided by McKay Dee Hospital. This meeting is a communication system to enable organizations/individuals to share information on their services to increase collaboration, utilization community resources and eliminate duplication of services.
Samantha Tilton
samanthat@weberhs.org
Communities That Care
An evidenced based proven, community-change process for Coalition Process (CTC) reducing youth violence, alcohol tobacco use, and delinquency – through tested & effective programs and policies best utilize community resources.
Samantha Tilton
samanthat@weberhs.org
Fremont Cone Coalition
The Fremont Cone Coalition is made up of the communities that feed into Fremont High School. The coalition was established in 2016. The coalition is currently working towards identifying their priorities.
Aracely Warner
aracelyw@weberhs.org
National Family Dinner Night
The last Monday of September is National Family Dinner Night. It’s a national movement to celebrate parental engagement as an effective tool to help keep children substance free. We celebrate in local communities by providing FREE dinner, games, and information to families.
Samantha Tilton
samanthat@weberhs.org
Prevention Advisory Council (CPC)
The Prevention Advisory Council consists of numerous community Council (PAC) agencies and key stakeholders that meet together to discuss substance use prevention needs, resources, gaps and services. The council follows the Strategic Prevention Framework (SPF) model and conducts and county wide assessment every 3 years in which they develop a strategic plan to address the substance use prevention needs in Weber & Morgan County.
Samantha Tilton
samanthat@weberhs.org
Roy Cone Project Coalition
In late December, 2013, Alan E. Hall, Roy High resident and Prosperity 2020 Chairman, met with Roy High Principal, Gina Butters, to propose a project involving the entire Roy Cone. The project’s goal would be increased College and Career Readiness--beginning with Kindergarten.
Samantha Tilton
samanthat@weberhs.org
Strategic Prevention Framework (SPF)
SAMHSA’s Strategic Prevention Framework (SPF) as a Framework (SPF) comprehensive guide to plan, implement, and evaluate prevention problems. The five steps and two guiding principles of the SPF offer prevention professionals a comprehensive process for addressing the substance misuse and related behavioral health problems facing their communities. The effectiveness of the SPF begins with a clear understanding of community needs and involves community members in all stages of the planning process.
Weber Communities That Care Coalition
The Weber Communities That Care Coalition is made up of the communities Coalition that feed into Weber High School. The coalition was established in 2016. The coalition is currently working towards identifying their priorities.
Rachelle Krohn
rachellek@weberhs.org