Youth and Cannabis: Let’s Talk Data and Action Steps!

Healthy Lamoille Valley March Coalition MeetingMarch 10, 3:30 – 4:45pmZoom Join us as we build on last month’s coalition work in identifying needed resources. At our February meeting, members asked for a more in-depth discussion on available cannabis...

Teens and Cannabis – View the Recording

We recently hosted Dr. John Searles to share data on teens and cannabis and help answer the question “how are youth impacted by marijuana?”   With retail cannabis coming to our region, it’s important that we help youth, parents, and the broader...

Act 164 – Be an Informed Voter!

Municipalities and residents have been given a great responsibility to set public health policy. Community policies impact everyone in a town, regardless of individual opinions and viewpoints and can have long and lasting implications for that community and the...

Tobacco Taskforce March Meeting

Join us for our Lamoille Valley Tobacco Prevention Taskforce! Tuesday, Mar 1, 2022, 3-4pmRegister in advance for this meeting here. This month we will discuss the Vermont Department of Health’s 3-4-50 program, spring initiatives, and our new local quit...

Live Your Why: Passport Edition – Chance to Win Apple Airpods!

Live Your Why: Passport Edition – For 5th-8th Graders!  Register, complete, and turn in your Live Your Why passport by March 31st, 2022 and you will be entered in a raffle to win a pair of Apple Airpods ($100 value)! Earn passport stamps by completing Share Your...

Helping Youth Stay Safe Online

Guest Blogger: Marie Olsen, MS, LCMHC, RPT All families want their children to be happy, healthy, protected and loved. These goals can be the foundation for encompassing other family values and can help when making decisions about holding boundaries around screen time...