keeping teens drug and alcohol free in Glenview and Northbrook
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Presentated by Erin Tegge, AM, LSW, Prevention Program Coordinator at PEER Services, Inc.
Thursday, October 20th
Glenbrook North High School
Center for the Performing Arts
No registration necessary
GNCY participated in its first “Project Stick Shock” Initiative during the week of May 9, 2022. The goal of “Project Sticker Shock” to keep alcohol out of the hands of those under 21 years of age. This local effort is just one of many being held throughout Illinois thanks to a wide-ranging partnership of statewide groups.
Local liquor licencees can play a key role in protecting Glenview and Northbrook youth by sending a reminder to adults about not providing alcohol to minors and thanking them in being responsible, before purchasing alcohol for underage consumption.
Check out & THANK these local retailers who will be displaying “Project Sticker Shock” materials and are supporting our youth in remaining substance-free:
Chestnut Wine & Spirit, Minutemen 17, Joong Boo Market, Glenview Grind, Thai Inbox Glenview, R & J Wine & Spirits, and J & F Liquor
GNCY would like to thank our partnerships for keeping our youth healthy & safe:
Glenbrook North Parents Association, Glenbrook School District 225, Glenview Park District, Glenview Police Department, Glenview Public Library, Glenview School District 34, JCFS, Northbrook Police Department, Northbrook Public Library, Northfield Township, NorthShore University HealthSystem, Parents, PEER Services, Rogers Behavioral Health, Rosecrance , Rotary Club of Northbrook, Saint Peter and Paul Greek Orthodox Church, and Youth Services of Glenview/Northbrook
Glenbrook North High School
hosted many student activities focusing on increasing awareness
about mental health and substance use prevention. Students
engaged in various conversations to destigmatize these topics.
A Mental Health Awareness Game and Wellness Fair happened
Saturday, May 14, from 11am to 2pm at the lacrosse field bringing
together many community organizations, students and families!
Glenbrook South High School
has a number of student groups collaborating on educating their peers on mental health and substance use prevention.
Every student was given a mental health kit with information on overall wellness, resiliency and fun stress relieving activities/tools
Presentation held Thursday, October 21 at 12 pm
Facilitated by Aaron Weiner, PhD., ABPP a board-certified Psychologist and addiction specialist
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