Over-Arching Goal One: To increase community collaboration (and coalition’s internal capacity).
- Objective 1: Increase Coalition’s internal capacity and sustainability by establishing formal relationships with regional boards.
- Objective 2: Increase membership of youth ages 12-17
through a new Youth Advisory Subcommittee.
- Objective 3: Increase Coalition membership among adults
ages 18 and up by increasing Facebook followers to 200,
Twitter followers to 400, and adding 10 additional subcommittee volunteers.
DFC Over-Arching Goal Two: To reduce youth substance use.
- Objective 1: Reduce past 30-day binge drinking of alcohol by HS students (ages 14-18).
- Objective 2: Reduce the percentage of HS students (ages 14-18)
who report riding with a driver who had been drinking.
- Objective 3: Reduce the past 30 day use of marijuana among HS students.
- Objective 4: Increase the perception of parent disapproval of marijuana use by youth.
- Objective 5: Reduce the percentage of HS youth ages 14-18 who report past 30 day use
of non-personally prescribed prescription drugs.
- Objective 6: Decrease the number of overdose responses due to prescription drugs and heroin among youth ages 14-18.
Scituate FACTS has Open Meetings monthly during the school year.
Email us or check our Facebook page for the current schedule.
Parents want to know how to prevent substance use in their kids. Learn how to reduce risk with skills that improve protection.
Email us at ScituateFACTS@gmail.com to register!
Scituate families of 9-15 year olds are invited to participate.
Parents from all communities are welcome to attend upcoming events!
This series targets grades 4 through 9 (ages 9-15). Mark your calendars for these free presentations from Scituate High School science teacher and Professional Speaker, Stephen Maguire, M.Ed.
High School Students are welcome to free, supervised post-game parties at Scituate High School.Entertainment, pizza, games on deck. Our5th Quarter Events where a great success – thank you to all of our sponsors and volunteers who made it possible to host events in September and October after the football games.