The MPC Programs Committee has been busy, gearing up for the next few months!
Joey is a true community hero and an inspiration for us all. Through his love for reading, he developed the "Joey Nickels" venture supporting the Literacy Volunteers. Joey collects cans and bottles and cashes them, donating 2 cents from each deposit to the center in Milford. To date he has managed to cash in
On October 28, 2016, in the wind and the cold, the students at West Shore Middle School raised money and walked for substance use prevention in their First Annual Walk for Awareness! The school provided a large monetary donation to Milford Prevention Council to help prevent substance abuse and fight addiction. A portion of
Research suggests that the most effective factor in preventing youth substance abuse is the involvement and awareness of a parent/guardian and members of the larger community. The Milford Prevention Council (MPC) has always understood this and seeks to design programs to work WITH parents, community members, and young people to educate them about alcohol,
Milford Youth and Family Services Local Resource The Milford Youth and Family Services consist of a Clinical Coordinator, two Part-time Program Coordinators and Clinical staff. This department is responsible for Family Therapy, Group Therapy, In-School Satellite Program, Rent-A-Kid Program, Mayor’s Youth Award, Back-to-School Backpack Program, The Police and Youth Partnership Program, and positive Prevention
Influences on Youth Forum November 2016 – One of our most important events presented to Freshman students and their parents/guardians at both Law and Foran High Schools. We had amazing speakers present their expertise on the effects of marijuana, prescription drugs, social media, personal experiences and facts on the dangers of underage drinking and