The Brattleboro Area Prevention Coalition was founded in 1990 and is a group of individuals committed to increasing the effectiveness of drug and alcohol prevention through strategies such as youth and adult education, policy changes, media and social norms marketing campaigns, advocacy, increased law enforcement, and training. We serve the communities of Brattleboro, Dummerston, Guilford, Putney, and Vernon. Join us in creating a community that fosters a safe, supportive, and healthy place for all of us to live and grow!
Membership in the coalition is inclusive, allowing all members of the community who endorse our mission and support our vision to join our efforts. Members are valued resources adding strength to advocacy and diversity while broadening skills and expertise within the coalition.
The coalition meets in Brattleboro quarterly on the second Thursday from 4-5:30pm at the Windham Regional Career Center, February-May 2016, August-November 2016. Snacks will be provided. Contact us for the latest agenda or to RSVP!
To develop and implement a comprehensive community effort resulting in the ongoing prevention and reduction of alcohol, tobacco, and other drug abuse in the Windham Southeast area.
People in the Windham Southeast community have the support and access to resources they need to live and grow in a healthy, positive, and safe environment.
Scott has been a teacher, educator, and youth programs administrator for over 10 years. His personal mission includes helping young people develop their own healthy identities and finding the confidence to succeed in whatever inspires them. He has taught Mathematics and English around the world and served as a high school after-school program director for three years. He is currently pursuing a Masters Degree in Intercultural Service, Leadership, and Management from SIT Graduate Institute, where he specialized in Training Design and NGO Management.
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