Cascade Prevention Coalition

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Coalition Mission

Cascade Prevention Coalition is a sustaining community-based effort to promote substance abuse prevention, healthy activities, and safe environments for our youth.

Coalition Coordinator

Josh Hackney

Community Coalition Coordinator

509-962-2737
coalitioncoordinator@

youthserviceskc.org

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Vision Statement
“Hope for every child, support for every child, support for every family"

Mission Statement

“Working together to grow healthy, resilient, engaged families in Upper Kittitas County”

About the Cascade Prevention Coalition

The Cascade Prevention Coalition was founded in 2011. Since that time many UKC key leaders and volunteers have become members and work hard to make a difference in our community.

The CPC currently supports programs such as Parenting Wisely, Youth Services Mentor Program, Start Talking Now and Starts With One campaigns, the Youth Prevention Team, and annual surveys like the Community Survey and Healthy Youth Survey.

The Cascade Prevention Coalition (CPC) represents schools, law enforcement, public health, youth-serving organizations, mental health providers, civic organizations, city and county government, parents, and youth from our community.

The communities of Cle Elum, Ronald, Roslyn and South Cle Elum are passionate about supporting youth, taking care of their community and upholding cultural traditions. CPC has the privilege of working with the people of these communities to develop protective factors and strengthen prevention for their youth.

About the Community Prevention and Wellness Initiative (CWPI)

CPWI is a partnership of state agencies, counties, schools and local prevention coalitions supporting communities in preventing alcohol and other drug abuse and its negative consequences.  CPWI priorities include reducing underage drinking, marijuana use and opioid misuse/abuse among middle and high school aged youth. By providing evidence-based practices and promoting the positive changes in communities, we can build healthier communities.

The Cascade Prevention Coalition (CPC) is no longer operated by the Kittitas County Public Health Department. Youth Services of Kittitas County has taken on the operation of the CPC. If you have any questions regarding the CPC, please contact our office at (509) 962-2737.