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Speak Out and Arts Response
Pictured above is the cast and crew of An Arts Response. This was the culmination of the East Hampton Prevention Partnership Educational series with Epoch Arts. This brave and courageous group spoke, performed and shared their art in response to the two part Speak Out series which was held on the 2 weekends prior. Thank you to all involved!
Vaping 101: The students of The Learning Center were a fantastic audience to a brief ‘Vaping 101’ presentation. They were introduced to various topics that affect them and their classmates. The students learned a great amount of information while sharing their own personal experiences and knowledge on the topic to their peers.
East Hampton Clergy and Family Support
East Hampton Clergy and Family Support Group
Several representatives of various East Hampton, CT Churches were in attendance of a meeting called together by EHPP. The goal was to introduce them to the work that EHPP is doing within the community and how their parishes could partner. The single meeting determined there is a community need to host a family support group for those with loved ones battling a substance use disorder. This free, and open group will host it’s first meeting on 3/16 at 6:00pm
East Hampton Prevention Partnership will host it’s regular Coalition meeting on Tuesday, March 19th at 3:00pm. Join them at the East Hampton High School Library.
The Youth Committee of the East Hampton Prevention Partnership will meet on March 7th, 2019 immediately after school in the East Hampton High School Library.
New Family Support Group
Family members of those battling a substance use disorder are invited to join the family support group on 3/16 at 6:00pm in the Bethlehem Lutheran Church. Located at 1 East High St in East Hampton.
Connecticut Association of Prevention Professionals
The March Connecticut Association of Prevention Professionals meeting will be on the topic of Youth Engagement. EHPP Youth Committee Members will join Old Saybrook’s Youth Action Council members to discuss the topic on 3/22 at 9:30am at Energize CT Center in North Haven. EHPP members are welcome to attend.
Engaging Community Sectors: Using National Prevention Week to Engage Coalition Members & New Community. National Prevention Week is May 12-18, 2019. Learn from prevention professionals who used National Prevention Week in past years to successfully engage coalition members and build partnerships with new community sectors. 03/12 9:00 am
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December 21, 2019 In The East Hampton Community Room at 1:00The Chatham Historical Society and East Hampton Library are co-sponsoring a talk by Debbie Day & Carol Morris, on Saturday, Dec. 21, at 1 pm at the East Hampton Library Community Room at 105 Main St. in...
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