Strategic Planning with Tacos!

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Strategic Planning with Tacos!

Join us for an afternoon of tacos and action planning to prevent and reduce youth substance misuse!

By Healthy Lamoille Valley

When and where

Date and time

Thursday, June 15 · 12 - 4pm EDT


Jenna's House 117 Saint Johns Road Johnson, VT 05656

About this event

  • 4 hours
  • Mobile eTicket

Lamoille Valley youth use substances at a higher rate than the average Vermont youth and Vermont youth substance use is among the highest in the country. We can work together to change these numbers! Please join us for an afternoon of action planning to prevent and reduce youth substance use and increase the overall health and well-being of our youth. We welcome youth, parents, educators, and community partners to this action-oriented event!

Lunch and childcare provided. Please contact if you will need child care.

Lunch will include tacos from Caja Madera and a special celebration of the Vermont Department of Health's 3-4-50 wellness initiative to promote health and reduce the risk of chronic disease in our community and our local Lamoille Valley 3-4-50 partners. We will have a raffle for those who complete a short survey that includes prizes that support 3-4-50 community wellness goals including an outdoor games package or local farm gift certificate.

Session 1, June 15th, 12:00-4:00PM at Jenna's House, 117 St Johns Rd, Johnson, VT

RSVP on Eventbrite by June 9th. Youth who RSVP in advance will receive a $25 gift card!

11:45- 1:00 Lunch! - With the Caja Madera Taco Truck! Connect! 3-4-50 Partner recognition and raffle.

1:00 - Overview

1:15 -2:00 - Increasing Collaboration - Coming together to make a difference.

2:00 - Break

2:10-3:30 - Looking into youth and young adult cannabis use and identifying strategies to prevent/ delay first use and support treatment and recovery as needed.

3:30 - 4:00 - Wrap Up!

We look forward to seeing you there!

About the organizer

Healthy Lamoille Valley is a program of the Lamoille Family Center working collaboratively to reduce youth substance misuse and encourage youth to make substance free healthy choices.