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Summer PhotoVoice

DFC Summer 2015 Photovoice

North County Prevention Partnership is beginning a PhotoVoice project with South San Francisco Unified School District this summer!  Freshmen, sophomores, and juniors are welcome to apply through making reservations by either calling (650) 243-4850, or emailing ncppsanmateo@gmail.com.

This creative project is meant to use photography as a story-telling medium to capture NCPP’s mission of increasing community collaboration, and reducing alcohol and drug use among youth. Community service hours will also be given, so  please feel free to sign up!

 

 

 

PHOTOS: Daly City & Pacifica Town Hall #2, 1-28-2015

Photos from the 2nd NCPP Town Hall Event for Daly City & Pacifica, titled:  “Turnt Up or Turn Down For What: The Choice Is Yours — Community Solutions Supporting Healthy Habits” on Wednesday January 28, 2015 at the Jefferson Union High School District office, Galleria Room.

We had a wonderful turnout thanks to the community!  Please stay tuned as we provide updates from the information we collected at this event.

Special thanks to Virgilio Yap Jr. for taking photos at the event!  Enjoy!

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South San Francisco Drug-Free Communities Coalition Kickoff Event on Thursday 02-12-2015 from 5:30pm-7:30pm at SSF Municipal Building

Are you passionate about South San Francisco? Interested in providing opportunities for young people? Would you like to get involved and help make a difference?

Join the North County Prevention Partnership (NCPP) as we kickoff a South San Francisco focused network-ing event to explore the ways in which we can collaborate with each other to provide young people with meaningful opportunities so that they avoid the pitfalls of alcohol and drug use, and realize their full potential.

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Design the Daly City Youth Health Center’s 25th Anniversary Walk-A-Thon t-shirt! (Due 2/1/2015)

Our friends at the Daly City Youth Health Center are looking for designers between the age of 13-25 who live in San Mateo County to design the t-shirt for the 25th Anniversary Walk-A-Thon event on Saturday, March 28th, 2015.  Entries are due on February 1st, 2015, and must be submitted as a PDF or JPEG file.  See and download the flyer and attached entry form below.

T-Shirt Design Info

 

 

 

 

Daly City Youth Health Center Fundraiser Breakfast 11-4-2014

This morning, NCPP and Asian American Recovery Services (a program of HealthRIGHT 360) staff attended the Daly City Youth Health Center fundraiser breakfast at Outback Steakhouse in Daly City.  Many partner agencies were also in attendance, including: Daly City Library & Recreation Services; and Jefferson Union High School District teachers, counselors, board members, and administrators.  NCPP and HealthRIGHT 360 is proud to support the work of our partners in providing comprehensive sexual health education and services, as well as basic medical clinic needs for youth.

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DCYHC Director Kim Gillette addresses the audience at the fundraiser breakfast at Outback Steakhouse in Daly City.

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DCYHC Director Kim Gillette with Outback Steakhouse General Manager, Steven House.

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PHOTOS: NCPP Town Hall 4-29-2014

A huge THANK YOU to everyone who planned, volunteered, attended, enjoyed, or learned something at our Town Hall Meeting for Daly City & Pacifica last night! We couldn’t have asked for a better turnout! The event went really smoothly, and the guest speakers did an excellent job discussing the topic. During our Q&A session, community members and parents were passionate about sharing their voices about the harmful norms around alcohol consumption. Participants then engaged in small group activities to answer particular questions about the consequences of alcohol use, and then shared some of their brainstormed ideas with the larger group. We plan to develop next steps using these ideas, and will be holding another follow-up Town Hall event in Daly City & Pacifica in a few months. We are also in the early planning stages of having a Town Hall event in South San Francisco to engage residents of that community as well.

Extra special thank you to our esteemed panelists, and our local advocate in the Office of National Drug Control Policy, Mr. David Mineta!