No coalition is an island – in fact, we say it needs the support of a village to be truly successful. Here are some of our good neighbors and colleagues; please visit their websites (where applicable) and solicit their services!
Bellas Artes Business Council
Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America, or CADCA, is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that works to strengthen the capacity of community coalitions in their effort to create and maintain safe, healthy and drug-free communities.
CADCA supports its members with training and technical assistance, public policy advocacy, media strategies and marketing programs, conferences and special events.
New Rochelle Communities for All Ages Coalition
New Rochelle Council of Community Services (NRCCS)
City of New Rochelle Middle Schools/Middle School PTAs
NRHS PTSA New Rochelle High School Parent, Teacher, Student Association
NRPD New Rochelle Police Department
NRPL New Rochelle Public Library
B.P.O.E. Elks Lodge 756
New Rochelle Restaurant & Tavern Association
SADD Students Againts Destructive Decisions
SAS Student Assistance Services
The Student Assistance Services Corporation (SAS) was formed in 1985. Its core program, the Student Assistance Program was “spun off” from the Westchester County Department of Community mental health since 1979. Since that time, SAS has been providing substance abuse prevention and early intervention services, programming, and training in schools, residential facilities, and communities in Westchester County and neighboring areas. SAS has touched the lives of thousands, working with students, parents, teachers, human service professionals, community leaders, health care providers, business people and clergy.
SSHS Safe Schools Healthy Students
The Safe Schools/Healthy Students (SS/HS) initiative encourages schools and communities to work in partnership to create safe and healthy school environments in which youth can learn and develop. School districts partner with law enforcement officials, local mental health authorities, and juvenile justice officials to provide students, schools, and communities the benefit of enhanced, comprehensive services that can promote healthy childhood development and prevent violence and alcohol and other drug use. SS/HS grantees are funded through a federal partnership among the U.S. Departments of Education, Justice, and Health and Human Services.
New Rochelle Youth Bureau
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