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Time to Talk About Youth: Alcohol, Drugs and the Brain

Windham County Partnership for Success and the Brattleboro Retreat are proud to present Michael Nerney on Wednesday, April 23, 2014, from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm in the Retreat's Education Conference Center.

Nerney's presentation is entitled "Time to Talk About Youth: Alcohol, Drugs, and the Brain" is a must see for parents everywhere.


Michael Nerney is a nationally-renowned expert in substance abuse education and prevention. For more information call 802-779-4718.



Parent Education Classes

Register for BAPC's FREE Parenting Teens Wisely class on March 3rd or May 5th from 6-9pm located at Marlboro College Graduate Center. 
Call BAPC (802) 257-2175 or email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Click here for more information and to register for FREE Parenting Classes offered throughout Windham County, Vermont.




Above the Influence. It's a state of mind. It's about being yourself and not letting negative influences get to you. Pressure to do drink, do drugs or anything that gets in that goes against who you are - that's a negative influence.

Created by Brattleboro Union High School Above the Influence students and students of the PEAK program at Brattleboro Area Middle School. ATI802 is a localized Above the Influence campaign for youth in the Brattleboro, Dummerston, Putney, Guilford and Vernon communities. Posters using images of our very own local youth (taken by BUHS school photographers) will be displayed in local stores and community locations beginning this summer.

Keep your eye out for more from ATI802 coming soon!



Vermont Quit Partners Tobacco Cessation Program

Just like the phone coaches, they'll help you set your quit date and get ready to quit. And, they also offer free nicotine replacement - gum, patches or lozenges - when you use the service, and it's shipped directly to your home. Once you've quit, they'll help you with advice and support. Remember, quitting is tough, but it's easier when there's someone to help you. Connect with your local Windham County Vermont Quit Partner, Terri Kneipp 802.251.8456 or participate in a free Tobacco Cessation class at Brattleboro Memorial Hospital.


Substance Free & Smoke Free Events Signs

Substance-free Smoke-free Event Signs

BAPC is offering Substance-free and Smoke-free event signs as part of a comprehensive prevention plan to encourage substance-free and smoke-free family-friendly in the community. Event organizers interested in borrowing the signs or in need of assistance in creating a substance-free or smoke free policy may contact:  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , BAPC Policy and Project Coordinator 802.257.2175  
Look for the substance-free signs at the 57th Annual Brattleboro Winter Carnival.

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