Monica Gallant, Director of Prevention Services
(603) 672-1002; 123
Children’s Resiliency Retreat (children living in home w/addiction) flyer
Community prevention coalition (CAST)
Community Action for Safe Teens (Prevention Coalition of the Boys & Girls Club of Souhegan Valley)
Community Action for Safe Teens (CAST) of the Boys & Girls Club of Souhegan Valley:
- Share resources, provide trainings and help build community capacity for substance use disorder/addiction prevention
- Children’s Resiliency Retreat = monthly retreat (second Saturday of the month Sept – Jun) for school-aged children/youth (Grades 1 through 12) impacted by a loved-one’s substance use disorder.
- Social-Emotional Learning at the Boys & Girls Club of Souhegan Valley – Grades 1 – 10
- Trainings/webinars focused on trauma-informed care and Adverse Childhood experiences
- Community Action for Safe Teens prevention coalition meets 2nd Wednesdays of the month 3:30 – 5:00.
- Additional programming for older youth includes:
How do Milford families currently access your services/resources?
Our resources can be accessed through our website: svbgc/cast or Facebook: Community Action for Safe Teens.
Please note where each service can be provide:
Services are provided at the Boys & Girls Club of Souhegan Valley, 56 Mont Vernon St., Milford NH.
Office hours: Monday-Friday 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
603-672-1002 ext 23 or email@example.com
Please include eligibility requirements by service, along with any restrictions.
Programs are provided for school age children in grades 1 – 12. Participants are eligible for FREE Boys & Girls Club Membership.
What are your hope(s) for our work together as an Early Childhood Collaborative; Why are you a member?
” It is my hope that the services we provide at the Boys & Girls Club of Souhegan Valley and the Community Action for Safe Teens Coalition will be a resource to families. We hope that people will access the resources because it will help to strengthen youth, families, and the larger community. There are many reasons that people may need assistance and we want everyone to know that it is okay to reach out. Together we will strengthen the Souhegan Valley community and reduce substance misuse and mental health issues in our community. “