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Community Survey 2018

by dstudio21

15 minutes makes a difference! The Community Survey is now available and we are asking for your participation! Please help us achieve our goal of 300 completed community surveys. The results help to inform a better understanding of the needs of our community and determine the programs, projects, and events offered to meet those needs.…



CADCA Mid-year Training Conference

by dstudio21

The Mid-Year training provided Unite! the tremendous opportunity to expand knowledge in prevention science and improve skills in implementing evidence-based strategies. Attended in-depth courses are relevant and covered multiple topics to empower prevention efforts in our community.   (From left to right) Margaret McCarthy, Bridget McCarthy, Chloe Connors, Amara Farah, Paul Greenlee, Deborah Connors, Ann…



Community Partner: Outlaw Coffee Company

by dstudio21

                                        Fun, friendly, great coffee, and involved in the community! Mallorie Henker, owner, actively supports local schools and sponsored 2018 senior grad night. We appreciate all you do to support the youth and serve our community!…



Did you know?

by dstudio21

Unite! Washougal is always welcoming new members and community partners! Our goal is to support youth, encourage families, enrich the community and guide healthy choices. We need YOU! Your voice, expertise, and experiences helps enrich and diversify the Coalition’s impact in our community. Did you know there are lots of ways to get involved? You…



September is National Recovery Month

by dstudio21

Recovery Month celebrates the gains made by those in recovery, just as we celebrate health improvements made by those who are managing other health conditions such as hypertension, diabetes, asthma, and heart disease. The observance reinforces the positive message that behavioral health is essential to overall health, prevention works, treatment is effective, and people can…



Youth Leadership

by dstudio21

Washougal High school students, Amara Farah (grade 10) and Chloe Connors (grade 12), attended the CADCA Mid-Year conference in July to participate in Essentials Youth Leadership training. CADCA stands for Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America. During this training, they learned the complete process of planning and implementing effective program strategies in their community. This experience…



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