Great students at Walden Grove. Interested and Supportive
Great turnout with Trauma Informed Care presentation
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On February 19th, 2022 outreach with Mayor Tom Murphy and American Legion Post 66 Veteran.
After almost 2 years on ZOOM ....
Still getting our Too Good For Drugs Program Done...
On November 12, 2021, Sahuarita Unified School District hosted workshops for students in middle and high school. We presented a workshop on Stress & Anxiety educating about healthy coping skills for prevention of mental health and substance use issues.
We collaborated with the Sahuarita Police Department and The National Guard to collect unused medications to be disposed of safely.
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On August 14th, 2021 our teen coalition had its first real outing since Covid. Fun was had by all.
On April 24, 2021 we supported The National Prescription Drug Take Back Day with a drive-up event at the Santa Cruz Valley Church in Sahaurita to provide a safe, convenient, and responsible means of disposing of prescription drugs, while also educating the general public about the potential for abuse of medications.
Our teen coalition masked up and participated in helping the Town of Sahuarita by counting trees in our community.
On August 22, 2020, on Zoom we showed the adapted story from David Sheff's memoir, Beautiful Boy: A Father's Journey Through His Son's Addiction and also had the privilege of having a local teen and his mother share their personal story.
On February 24, 2020 we co-sponsored a workshop presented by Detective "Matt The Hammer" Shay from the Maricopa County Sheriffs Office. It was a great education on today's substance use. We had a resource table to let attendees know what resources there are available in our community.
Comment from The Animal League of GV
"All of us at The Animal League of Green Valley want you want you, your teens, and their families to know how much we enjoyed having them with us yesterday for their monthly activity. They were fun, interested, interactive, polite, and most of all, KIND in every way."
Too Good programs empower youth with the social-emotional learning and substance abuse prevention skills they need to lead happy and healthy lives.
On November 20 the Teen Coalition held their meeting at Sahuarita Jiu Jitsu. They learned self-defense techniques and how exercise can help them steer clear from drugs and alcohol.
Conscientious life coach Casey Shaw led our Women's Serenity Gathering. Casey encourages women in supporting others to relax, set boundaries and keep them, find ease in their bodies, be kind to themselves and have more fun.
On October 5th we participated at the Rancho Sahuarita Event providing information on Mental Health Awareness Week, Vaping, Alcohol, Use of Substance, and the services we are providing to our community.
On August 24th held our inaugural event at Desert Sky Cinema. There was a ribbon cutting ceremony with the Chamber of Commerce. Award-winning director and producer Jodi Belsher introduced her documentary, The other Side of Cannabis.