From hosting summer programs for students like our Summer Enrichment Program to scaling buildings with our Over the Edge event, Warren Coalition is active in promoting a drug-free community through our many engagement efforts, and we invite you to join us. Click the links below to learn more about our community involvement and how you can help us promote a safe, healthy and drug-free community for our youth.
The Virginia Foundation for Healthy Youth grant for Healthy Community Action Teams has been awarded to the Warren Coalition’s Project WAHOO for the last 4 years. The group was able to donate over 90% of the funds to support the 10-piece exercise station and 2 additional pieces of exercise equipment at Rockland Park.
Below is a short video of our recent ribbon cutting ceremony for park fitness equipment:
Warren Coalition was proud to attend the 2018 Every Child Matters Jubilee, hosted by the Warren County Department of Social Services. Check out the video below for some highlights from the event.
If you or a loved one are struggling with a mental health or substance use disorder, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration’s (SAMHSA) free, confidential helpline can help you find treatment. For more information, visit https://www.samhsa.gov/find-help/national-helpline.
If you know a teenager who is affected by someone else’s drinking, please spread the word about Alateen, an anonymous group for teenagers to share their feelings with peers who are struggling in the same way. Alateen meets Thursday nights from 5-6pm at Marlow Heights Baptist Church, 517 Braxton Road, Front Royal, VA. For more information, view the flyers linked below and visit al-anon.org.