Substance prevention programming aims to empower individuals and communities by promoting awareness and education about the risks and consequences of substance abuse. Through evidence-based interventions, such as educational workshops, awareness campaigns, and community engagement, these programs strive to equip participants with essential life skills, resilience, and healthy coping mechanisms. By fostering a supportive and informed environment, substance prevention programming plays a crucial role in reducing substance misuse, enhancing well-being, and creating a healthier and safer society for all.
When: Wednesdays, 4 consecutive weeks.
October 25, November 1, 8, 15. 3:00-4:30pm.
Where: The Hub, 9 Church St. Bernardsville
What: Hub Clubbers complete a volunteer activity which counts towards community service hours; an age-appropriate and nurturing educational component is always woven into the activity. Students are asked to put away their cell phones during their time at Hub Club giving them an opportunity to take a break from screen time and social media.
Limited spots available. $30 registration fee covers snack, supplies, tshirt and member pin. Financial assistance always offered if needed.
Volunteer for CIC
Community in Crisis depends on the time and talent of wonderful volunteers to support them on a project by project basis or on an ongoing basis.
Skillsets and interests are matched with the volunteer work involved. All volunteer hours can count towards community service. Volunteers from middle school and up are welcome to apply to volunteer with Community in Crisis by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. We are always thrilled to hear from you!
Any Covid-19 guidelines in effect will be adhered to. Please contact Ken Musgrove for questions/additional information: email@example.com.