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…



Under the Influence…of You

by dstudio21

                    Did you know that 1 in 5 Washington 10th graders reported using marijuana in the past 30 days?   Marijuana can change the way a teen’s mind and body perform, affecting memory, learning, mood, motivation, coordination, and judgment. However, there are ways you can help…



Spring Youth Forum – Results:

by dstudio21

Unite! Washougal youth, Heroes Unite!, were finalists for their presentation, Kindness Week. Congratulations goes to all who partnered and participated to help make this happen!                                                          



April Drug Take Back results

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                    Another Successful Drug Take Back Event! Thank you to the Washougal Police Department, City of Washougal, Silverstar Search and Rescue and the many volunteers who partnered with Unite! Washougal to offer this tremendous resource to the community! Total Cross-County Drug take-back events results in collection…



Parenting Corner

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“When adults respond quickly and consistently to bullying behavior they send the message that it is not acceptable. Research shows this can stop bullying behavior over time.” Do you know the warning signs of bullying? How to monitor your child’s online safety? Check out the “Know Bullying” APP!           For more…



Parenting Corner

by dstudio21

Simple steps like locking up medications and safely disposing of unused or expired medications is one way to protect those you love.   “75 percent of opioid misuse starts with people using medication that wasn’t prescribed for them—usually taken from a friend or family member. Simple steps, like locking up medications, can stop them from…



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