Coalition for
YOUTH & FAMILIES
SHARING THE TRUTH ABOUT SUBSTANCE ABUSE

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The Coalition for Youth and Families meetings are open to anyone who wants to get involved. Our meetings are on the third Thursday of every month at 7:45 a.m. in the Delany Building.  A light breakfast is provided.  For more information contact Peggy at 382-1511.

About Us

Vision Statement
A safe and healthy Columbia County
 
Mission Statement
OUR MISSION is to educate and inform people about the dangers of substance abuse by educating and sharing information.  We encourage youth to abstain from using alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs.  By providing information and education we encourage parents to talk with their children about the harmful effects of substance use and to set safe and healthy expectations of living a drug free lifestyle.

















 

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Download our newsletters here.


CYF 2013 Newsletter - Web.pdf
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 For information on helping resources, contact one of the following resources:
 

Blue Mountain Counseling                           382-1164
Coalition for Youth and Families                 382-1511
www.wwafg.org                                          
listing of Al Anon and AA Meetings

www.cccyf.org  Coalition for Youth and Families website 

And, remember, Parents Who Host Lose The Most…..don’t be a party to underage drinking

 

Events

Media Committee
2nd Thursday of each month@ 10:00 am
The Port of Columbia Office, 1 Port Way, Dayton 

Policy Committee
2nd Tuesday of each month @ 8:30 am 
CYF Office, 1002 S. 3rd, Suite 2, Dayton
 

Monthly Coalition Meeting
3rd Thursday of each month @ 7:45 with a light breakfast, meeting time 8:00 - 9:00 a.m.
The Delany Building
111 S. 3rd Street
Dayton, WA


To reach us, please fill out this form, or send an email to pgutierrez@columbiainet.com.

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Funding for CYF programs and activies was made possible (in part) by 1H79SP018768-01 from ONDCP and SAMHSA. The views expressed in written materials or publications and by members and staff do not necessarily reflect the official policies of the Office of National Drug Control Policy or the Department of Health and Human Services; nor does mention of trade names, commercial practices or organizations imply endorsement by the U.S. Government.
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