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Community Education Spotlight!
Upcoming Activities, Events, Resources, and More
Your go-to resource page for activities, events, programs, and services to 
 prevent and address substance misuse and mental health concerns. 
Welcome to the Community Education Spotlight!
Phoenix R. Kawamoto is the newly appointed Community Education Coordinator for the Town of New Paltz. They work with key stakeholders, parents, and youth to develop and coordinate workshops, programs, and activities for all ages.
Numerous community-based organizations, service providers, businesses, etc. continue to donate their time and resources in support of wellness, recovery, and hope within this community. 
Here are some of the events and programs you can expect to see in the months ahead:
  • Parent Information Programs
  • Youth Development Activities
  • Wellness Activities and Events for All Ages
  • Suicide Prevention & Intervention Training
  • Mental Health First Aid Training
  • Recovery Month Celebration
  • And more!
Monthly Spotlight News Update:
RSVP for Our Stories Have Power
Saturday, March 25th
2:00 PM - 4:30 PM
Lutheran Church
90 Rte. 32 South, New Paltz
Join us this free workshop for members of the recovery community, their family members, and other supporters.
For more information, please click here.

Would you like to attend? Click here to RSVP.

Free Workshop for Parents & Educators
South Putt Corners Road, New Paltz
The Town of New Paltz is proud to collaborate with the Mid-Hudson Prevention Resource Center to provide, “Vape Culture.”  This workshop will provide valuable information regarding:
  • E-cigarettes, vaporizers, etc.
  • Risks of Use
  • Marketing Tactics 
  • Vape Culture
  • Additional Substances & Concentrates Commonly Used

Please help us spread the word! Click here to download a copy of the flyer and share it with a friend, family member, or neighbor.

Check this page for regular updates and monthly video news announcements. If you have additional questions
about upcoming events and activities, or have concerns pertaining to substance misuse and related topics,
please contact Phoenix at (845) 256-5014.