Category Archive for: Parents

Youth Update: Prevention Summit!

by dstudio21

Unite! Washougal sent 6 youth and 3 adults to the Prevention Summit training in Yakima, Washington. This year’s theme was “Use Your Voice.” Why Attend? The goal of the Prevention Summit is to provide an enriching and culturally competent training and networking opportunity for youth, volunteers and professionals working toward the prevention of substance abuse,…



Parenting Corner

by dstudio21

  • Posted on November 10, 2017

  • Parents

How do you SOAR? Skills Opportunity And Recognition Current research has found that when parents teach developmentally appropriate skills to their children and provide opportunities for them to use those skills, positive outcomes include, strong family bonds and healthy behaviors. www.communitiesthatcare.net/research-results/              



Partners Corner: The Search Institute

by dstudio21

        The Search Institute has created a list of assets that include important factors and reinforcements to help youth build self-confidence and healthy decision-making skills. These “developmental assets” can help to empower healthy, resilient and responsible individuals. Research has shown time and again that the more of these assets a young person…



Drug Take Back Event

by dstudio21

Drug Take Back Event is coming to the Washougal Community October 28th. Bring your unused medication to Silver Star Rescue, 1220 A Street, Washougal, WA 98671 between 10 am and 2 pm. Call 360-954-3203 if you have questions. Many of our prescription medicines are harmful to youth. Avoid risk of harm by keeping meds locked…



Community Survey

by dstudio21

It’s that time again: The Community Survey online links are available! Your input is instrumental in gathering the essential data to help us identify issues of importance in our community! Every voice matters! Fill one out and pass it on to family and friends in our community!   ONLINE SURVEY ENGLISH https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/CLWAON2017 ONLINE SURVEY SPANISH…



Water Safety Tips

by dstudio21

Remember: Think Healthy. Swim Healthy. Be Healthy! Follow CDC’s Steps of Healthy Swimming to protect yourself and loved ones from germs, chemicals, or injury when swimming or playing in the water this summer.                            



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