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San Mateo County AOD Partnerships Quarterly Meeting in East Palo Alto 8-21-2014

NCPP staff attended the quarterly meeting of the San Mateo County funded Alcohol & Other Drug (AOD) partnerships yesterday to discuss and brainstorm the adoption of an alcohol retail signage campaign initiated by the Drug-Free Communities funded Saving Lives Coalition from Southern California.  Representatives from the San Mateo AOD partnerships weighed in about adding additional languages and tailoring the sign’s messaging and format to suit the communities we serve in San Mateo County.  This is the start of a great effort to improve communication and relationships with alcohol merchants to prevent youth access to alcohol at the retail level.

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Dr. Faye McNair Knox of One East Palo Alto facilitates the meeting of the San Mateo County Alcohol & Other Drug Partnerships.

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NCPP Prevention Consultant Mary Bier emphasizes the power of working together as a County to increase success and improve outcomes.

NCPP Drug-Free Communities Strategic Planning Session, 5-9pm on 8-28-2014

Our Drug-Free Communities coalition in South San Francisco is gearing up for a Strategic Planning Session at the South San Francisco Municipal Building at 33 Arroyo Drive from 5pm to 9pm on Thursday August 28th, 2014.  We will provide dinner, and raffle off 3 gift cards for groceries valued at $100, $75, and $50.

We extend the invitation to provide your input as we share community data we have gathered, as well as possible action steps we can take to address underage drinking in South San Francisco.  Please see the flyers below.

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NCPP Strategic Planning Session 8-28-14

BTC Picnic at San Bruno Park 7-17-2014

NCPP Staff celebrated with Be The Change youth collaborative at San Bruno Park.  We BBQed hot dogs and burgers, and relaxed with some board games, music, and great company.  BTC members received a certificate of appreciation, and a stipend for their policy advocacy work to reduce the harm of alcohol in Daly City and Pacifica.

Drug-Free Communities Regional Meeting Resource 6-18-2014

Below are a collection of links to information presented at the Drug-Free Communities California Regional Meeting held in Rancho Cordova on Wednesday June 18, 2014.

NCPP Powerpoint Presentation at DFC Regional Meeting

Coalition Key Strategy Description Sheet

KRON-4 People Behaving Badly Segment on Shoulder Tap Decoy Operations in SSF

Communities Mobilizing for Change on Alcohol Training

Healthy Retailer Project Participation

LEAD Training  (NCPP attended)

DCPD Compliance Checks (May 2014)

NCPP Presentation to SSF City Council (June 2014)

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CMCA Day 5 Training on Friday, June 27th, 2014

The 5th and final day of the Communities Mobilizing for Change on Alcohol (CMCA) training is happening on Friday, June 27th, 2014.  Please join us as we bring together our one-on-one interviews data and start formulating strategies to address underage alcohol access in the community.  The training will once again be held at the South San Francisco Municipal Building at 33 Arroyo Drive in South San Francisco.  Please RSVP with Athila Lambino if you would like to attend the training.  Breakfast and Lunch will be provided.

06.27.14 CMCA Training Flyer

“Bridging Communities” 2nd Annual San Mateo County PRIDE Event 6-14-2014

Its back!  The 2nd Annual San Mateo County PRIDE Event is happening on Saturday June 14th, 2014 from 11:30am to 6pm at Central Park in the City of San Mateo.  Various organizations will be present to table and provide services and information.  NCPP is proud to support this effort and has donated printing costs for this year’s fliers.  Please come by and check it out, as there will be entertainment and food truck vendors!

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