The SAFE collaborative has created a traveling teen bedroom to help parents learn about how their teens might be using substances, in plain sight. The “Hidden in Plain Sight” trailer is typically open for parent tours at events such as
SAFE in Northern Michigan, a local collaboration of community leaders from various sectors working to combat youth substance use in the region’s communities, recently took six area youth to the Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America Mid-Year Training Institute in Dallas,
In March 2020, the ‘All SAFE Youth’ meeting was held at the Genesis Center in Petoskey. SAFE Youth members from all 11 school districts came together for a full day meeting of team building activities, project planning and learning. A large…
SAFE and RISE project coordinators Susan Pulaski and Sierra Hilt joined more than 3,000 substance use prevention specialists and advocates from throughout the country for CADCA’s (Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America’s) 30th Annual National Leadership Forum in Washington, DC last week.
The Health Department of Northwest Michigan and SAFE in Northern Michigan recognizes the Village of Bellaire for its commitment to maintaining a healthy community. The Village Council recently passed a resolution prohibiting the use of all tobacco products—cigarettes, cigars, pipes,
Health Department and SAFE in Northern Michigan congratulates the Village of Bellaire, local communities for going tobacco-free
The Health Department of Northwest Michigan and SAFE in Northern Michigan recognize the Village of Bellaire for its commitment to maintaining a healthy
- Take a video tour of the Hidden in Plain Sight traveling teen bedroom
- Thank you, SAFE Seniors! Congratulations to the Class of 2020!
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- SAFE in Northern Michigan and RISE Otsego project coordinators attend CADCA’S National Leadership Forum