Stories and Successes
Have you ever thought about working with a nonprofit? Do you seek opportunities for leadership? Would you like to learn how to analyze data to track community change? Would you consider yourself a creative visionary?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, you might want to consider joining JCDPC's Youth Sector.
This week is National Prevention Week, and it's the perfect time to join the conversation around preventing substance abuse and misuse. JCDPC's prevention efforts include a focus on education, enforcement, treatment, prevention, and coordination with other agencies. As a member of JCDPC's Youth sector, you could be a part of planning initiatives, speaking to stakeholders, raising awareness, and implementing strategies for change.
As a youth member, you could make a difference in your community by traveling to Washington D.C. for the CADCA National Leadership Forum and taking part in the Capitol Hill Day where coalitions from around the country speak to legislators on behalf of local communities.
JCDPC believes that youth are today's leaders. We want to give youth a platform to share ideas and concerns, and to contribute to building a better Jay County for generations to come.
To start the conversation, email email@example.com.
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The Jay County Drug Prevention Coalition (JCDPC) is part of the statewide network of the Indiana Commission to Combat Drug Abuse. The JCDPC is the Local Coordinating Council (LCC) for the community.