The Latest From Healthy Lamoille Valley
Introducing Healthy Lamoille Valley’s 2023 TimeWise Educator Cohort
We are thrilled to announce our TimeWise Cohort Educators who will support our expert consultants in grade appropriate sequencing from K-12, as well as full curriculum development with associated educator resources to be used throughout the Lamoille Valley.
Are You an Askable Adult?
Healthy Lamoille Valley and Clarina Howard Nichols Center are hosting an Askable Adult training on how to build trusting and affirming relationships between youth and adults. Food will be provided, childcare is available. April 15th, 9:00AM - 12:00PM at Jenna's House,...
HLV at National Leadership Forum
Healthy Lamoille Valley recently attended CADCA’s National Leadership Forum! CADCA represents over 5,000 community coalitions that involve individuals from key sectors including schools, law enforcement, youth, parents, healthcare, media, tribal communities and others.
Video and Slides: Supporting Youth Vape & Nicotine Cessation Meeting
Healthy Lamoille Valley hosted a panel of distinguished experts for our Tobacco & Vape Prevention and Cessation Taskforce meeting: “Supporting Youth Vape and Nicotine Cessation” on February 23rd. Watch the video recording and download the presenter’s slides here.
TimeWise Educator Cohort
Would you like to be a part of our TimeWise Healthy Lamoille Valley Educator Cohort? Principals, guidance counselors, SAPs, administrators, nurses, teachers of all grades and subjects, and librarians are welcome to apply for our first TimeWise Healthy Lamoille Valley Educator Cohort.
Safe Holiday Celebrations
Did you know that December has been named National Impaired Driving Prevention Month? We encourage you to use this reminder for three purposes…
Lamoille Area Coaching Collaborative Opportunity
Healthy Lamoille Valley is searching for two coaches or youth sports administrators who are committed to building a community of coaches to act as protective factors throughout the Lamoille Valley. There is a cash stipend for each of these positions.
Join Us! Tobacco and our Rural Community
All are invited to help support our community in reducing tobacco use and increasing health outcomes. The field research demonstrates that smoking is more common in rural areas with greater harms, in particular with co-occurrence of Opioid Use Disorder. We’ll join together to share local experiences and brainstorm strategies for the Lamoille Valley towards cessation and prevention of tobacco and vaping and its impacts with guest presenter: Dr. Elias Klemperer.
Let’s Talk Youth Substance Prevention Month
Parents and children who communicate early and often with each other have a positive effect on keeping kids safe from underage substance use. In support of National Youth Substance Use Prevention Month, we’re highlighting resources from the “Talk. They Hear You.” campaign to help parents and caregivers get the help they need to make these conversations work.