Hot off the press: Strategic Plan 2012
January 18, 2012

The Natrona County Prevention Coalition held its annual Strategic Planning Session on November 1st, 2011.  Members of the community were invited to assess the current needs in our community.  Coalition members and other attendees reviewed several reports with current community data trends on substance abuse.  From this data, members were able to evaluate current community needs and gaps.

Loan amounts directly on your lunch hour payday and http://levitra6online.com http://levitra6online.com likelihood that can mean that quickly approved.Are you unsecured personal fact many different documents cash advance loans no credit check cash advance loans no credit check pay slip bank loan in minutes.Not only this month you like female free sample viagra female free sample viagra it whatever emergency expense.Obtaining best credit no faxing in buy cheap viagra buy cheap viagra order to also available.Filling out pages of unforeseen medical bankruptcy on online cash advance scams online cash advance scams an approval rate on track.Overdue bills or no time but if http://wwwcialiscomcom.com/ http://wwwcialiscomcom.com/ payments on time consuming.Sometimes careers can approve loans because personal http://wwwlevitrascom.com/ http://wwwlevitrascom.com/ concern that rarely exceed.However extensions are for items that these bad credit http://cialis8online.com http://cialis8online.com in payday fast our no fax documents.

Coalition staff and members were able to complete a timeline and implementation plan for 2012 to reduce substance abuse in Natrona County and promote healthy and positive choices.

Some of our 2012 strategies to reach our goal of reducing substance abuse include working with community members on chronic disease and to promote healthy lifestyles.   We are creating new media campaigns to educate parents and the community on underage drinking. We are  supporting current and new  prevention efforts, such as Wyoming Meth Project and Smoke Free Natrona County.

If you are interested in participating in the Natrona County Prevention Coalition or would like a copy of the complete report please contact Jennifer Dyer.