This campaign reminds adults who are purchasing liquor to not share with anyone under the age of 21. Thank you to the liquor stores in Johnston and North Providence who partnered with us this 4th of July!
Parents are receiving prevention materials at first year orientations this summer!
Johnston Prevention implemented the Pick Your No’s initiative at Ferri Middle School in June. An important way to teach students how to refuse substances and other difficult situations.
Escape the Vape!
Students at Ferri Middle School participated in the Escape the Vape at the holiday dance on December 9th!
The vaping prevention themed escape room is a unique method to help educate students, teachers, parents, and others about vaping: an escape room.
Escape the Vape puts players in real-life escape game where they must work together in a race against the clock to solve a series of puzzles. Be prepared to have your wits tested and your entertainment level raised when you try to escape – and you will learn some interesting facts about vaping along the way!
Next time you are in Johnston, check out the new decals installed at Ferri Middle School!
It's time for all of the Fall Festivals!
It was a great day at the Apple Festival on 9/10/22! We met a lot of parents and youth and handed out a ton of materials!
From 9/9 through 9/11, the North Providence Prevention Coalition handed out resources and met families from North Providence at the 2nd annual Village Festival
The Johnston ATI had a great time recruiting Freshmen for the upcoming school year!!
Who says learning about self care is not fun?
This summer, SPC partnered with Adventures in Family Wellness to help grade 4-6 campers learn mental health strategies through crafts, yoga, journaling, and more!
Keep an eye out for these stickers at the following locations:
Johnston Fine Wine & Spirits, Laurito’s Liquors, Douglas Wine & Spirits, Delta & More, Sak’s Centerdale Liquors, and Mineral Spring Liquors!
Thank you to all of these stores for helping to keep alcohol out of the hands of minors this summer!
Two designs are out there this summer in Johnston, Cranston, and North Providence. Can you spot them?
If you find the locations, text us at 401-258-7876!
SPC’s Partnerships for Success grant staff are welcoming first-year students and their parents to campus this summer!
Parents receive handbooks for talking to their college students about alcohol before coming to college.
Students receive first aide kits with some alcohol norming on them as well as coping cards. Of course a lot of other resources as well!
We will be at all orientations this summer!
Officers from all of our SPC towns attended a 4 hour training by Mark Baxter to learn about identifying Fake ID’s which have become very sophisticated over the years
It Starts with You. Talk Early. Talk Often. And Listen.
Market Basket in Johnston, Shore’s in North Providence, and Dave’s in Smithfield all allowed our stickers to be placed on turkeys, stuffing, egg nog, gravy, and even some hams!
Pictured are Johnston’s ATI students and North Providence’s Youth Commissioners who placed the stickers last week. Thank you for helping to keep our youth safe.
It was wonderful to see so many people out and about enjoying the Fall weather and the community events in Johnston and North Providence. Resources were handed out to parents and community members throughout the month of September at these events.
Stand with us as we fight to keep alcohol out of the hands of minors. Funding made possible by the Partnership for Success II grant, provided from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) to the Rhode Island Department of Behavioral Healthcare, Developmental and Hospitals (BHDDH).
Underage Alcohol Use seminar with trainer, Chris Bartolotta. Lunch provided by AAC.
Students in Smithfield painted rocks and placed them throughout the community. Have you found any? If so, post to Instagram with #SPCRocks
Sticker Shock is a nationwide campaign urging anyone over the age of 21 to STOP and think before purchasing alcohol for minors. Johnston ATI students helped us this past June to make sure our local retailers were ready for upcoming holidays.