As part of Prevention Week (May 15-20,2020) several of our Coalition staff are interviewing people in the community regarding youth substance abuse. Today, Leo Ventresca, Prevention Coordinator in Bullhead City, AZ speaks with Ronny Jones, a Peer Support Specialist. Ronny shared with Leo his story of drug abuse at a young age, and the things he feels may help youth stay away from substance abuse in the future. For…Read More
Partnering to reduce youth substance AbuseServing the Lake Havasu Area
Young Adult Development Assoc. of Havasu
The YADAH coalition was started as Drug Free Communities coalition and is jointly supported by a grant from SAMSHA (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration) and Steward Health Choice.
The goal of the YADAH Coalition is:
- Lower substance abuse in youth of Mohave County
Partnering to reduce youth substance AbuseServing the Lake Havasu area
- Any youth or adult can join the YADAH Coalition.
- Regular meetings are held, see contact information below for more.
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Real StoriesTestimonials from just a few of our valuable program participants, educators, and community members.
As part of Prevention Week, the communities team has been interviewing members of the community to hear how substance abuse has affected them. Here is one families story. https://youtu.be/dvHUW1w4NQQRead More
The Hobbies not Habits event was held on March 7th at Mohave County Community College in Lake Havasu. The FREE event was attended by over 500 people! The event, produced by Arizona Youth Partnership, in conjunction with Mohave Community College, Student Activities Council, and the Yadah Coalition featured several different activities, where kids and their parents could learn different hobbies. There were activity stations ranging from arts and crafts, to…Read More
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