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Community Members from Pacifica and Daly City Coming Together to Learn About RBST Policy on 09-05-13

SEPT.5, 2013 (THURS): Community members living and working in Daly City and Pacifica attended NCPP’s Responsible Beverage Server Training (RBST) Policy Informational Meeting. The purpose of the meeting was to educate the community about what RBST policy is, how it is effectively working in other communities, and what it can look like in Daly City and Pacifica.Attendees also participated in rich discussion.

Representatives from the City of Pacifica Council, City of Daly City Council, Pacifica Police Department, Daly City Police Department, Daly City Youth Health Center, Parent Teacher Student Association, Asian American Recovery Services, Jefferson Union High School District, Prevention Research Center, Teens Making a Change Youth Council, and other community members were present.

LisaMarie Miramontes, PhD. (Prevention Research Center) engaging in a group discussion with Jeremy Curimao (Teens Making a Change Youth Council)

By 2015, NCPP seeks to pass a mandatory RBST policy in both Daly City and Pacifica which would allow alcohol merchants to be trained on the laws and policies revolving around serving to minors and obviously intoxicated individuals.

In order to make that happen, the partnership is aware that it is important to work with everyone in the community, which includes alcohol merchants, parents, police departments, city councilmembers, youth, the media, and more.

Passing a mandatory RBST policy affects everyone. NCPP hopes to bring a group of people together to ensure that the policy we work on brings positive change.

NCPP will be having a “Policy Workgroup Kick-Off Meeting,” on November 7, 2013 from 3:30PM-5:00PM at the Jefferson Union High School District (JUHSD) Office in Room 226.

If you would like to get involved, please contact Mary Bier, NCPP Consultant, at marykbier@gmail.com

ANNOUNCEMENT: Youth Access Survey Student Program @ JUHSD in Daly City Volunteer Opportunity for Teens/Youth

Attention students attending Westmoor High School, Jefferson High School, Daly City, Terra Nova High School, and Oceana High School-Pacifica: check out this wonderful leadership opportunity with the Youth Access Survey (YAS) program! Earn community service hours and contribute great things for your peers and school.

The YAS can help fund school and community programs in addressing and preventing alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs (ATOD) issues. We would like you to get involved and help make a difference in your school!

Click the image below to download the PDF.

2013 YAS Outreach Flyer

If you have any questions or need any clarifications, please don’t hesitate to contact Ingrid Mapanao through e-mail at imapanao@aars.org or by phone at 650-243-4855.

PHOTOS: Serramonte Health & Safety Fair 8-24-2013

Photos with NCPP, Asian American Recovery Services, and some of our friends from Health Plan of San Mateo, Filipino Mental Health Initiative, Library and Rec Services of Daly City, California Public Utilities, California Telephone Access, Legal Aid Society of San Mateo, North County Fire, American Medical Response, Senior Services, Seton Medical Center.  Sorry if we missed some of our other colleagues!

ANNOUNCEMENT: Responsible Beverage Server Training Policy Informational Meeting Sept. 2013

Mark your calendars for September 5th! We will be hosting our Responsible Beverage Server Training (RBST) Policy Informational Meeting. Find out how an RBST policy may affect the community you live in. This informational meeting will include: a presentation on what RBST is, how RBST policy is currently working in other communities, what the local conditions look like in Daly City, California and in Pacifica, and a Q&A session to address any concerns and provide clarification. RSVP now!

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