July 2022

Quincy Partnership for Youth participated in a consensus workshop. We were striving to answer this core question: What are some practical ways QPY can live up to our role and responsibility to the community to achieve change? Members utilized the TOPS facilitation process to come up with 3 main areas of focus for the future.

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June 2022

Quincy Partnership for Youth began our strategic planning efforts with a needs and resources discussion. We charted the resources on a map of the city. Resources include but are not limited to Renew Behavioral Health, Quincy United, Head Start, Serve Quincy, food bank, Recreation Department, library, Community Health, city parks, the summer weight room, QPY,

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April 2022

Quincy Partnership for Youth hosted a discussion with Reece Leavitt of the Grant County Health District regarding the display of paraphernalia in local convenience stores and gas stations. We know from the Healthy Youth Survey that 31% of Grant County students believe their community is accepting of substance use. By openly displaying paraphernalia in local

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February 2022

First, a call to action! Our Strengthening Families program could really use some more volunteers. We run this program every Friday (for the next 6 weeks) from 6-8:00 pm. If anyone is available to help out, please reach out to me. Some things you would be doing include, helping to set up and clean up,

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January 2022

Quincy Partnership for Youth sponsored a Prevention 101 training with Jennifer Dorsett. Jennifer is an experienced Certified Prevention Professional with 17 years in the field. She gave us some extremely valuable insight for growing our coalition capacity. We learned so much from our time with her. If you are interested in learning more about coalition

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October 2021

Upcoming Events Rx Take Back Day - October 23rd Medication drop box locations include Quincy Police Department, Quincy Community Health Center, and Quincy Valley Medical Center Strengthening Families Program: We are currently accepting referrals (and self-referrals) for our next Strengthening Families Program season that will begin in November (tentatively) Here is the link for the

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