Welcome to Cortland Prevention Resources
In an effort to help minimize the impact of the Corona Virus (COVID-19), Cortland Prevention Resources is closed to visitors for the foreseeable future. All in-person groups and meetings are cancelled.
However, please know that our staff is still available to you. Please feel free to reach out via email, or phone 607-756-8970, ext. 256. For general inquiries please reach out to Melissa Simmons, Director at email@example.com
Cortland Prevention Resources provides evidence-based drug, alcohol and tobacco prevention services and educational programs for children, teens, adults and families. We collaborate with other Cortland County agencies, school districts and businesses to promote positive change and build healthy communities through educational programs, workshops and training. We work on policy and enforcement efforts to reduce underage drinking and create positive alternative activities for youth. Cortland Prevention Resources is a division of Family & Children's Counseling Services.
Our programs are designed to further our mission and provide much needed services for children and families in our community.
Take a look.
Online Parenting Wisely Program
This evidence-based program that helps families improve communication and decrease conflict is now offered online. Parents can complete this FREE program at home on their time through a series of videos and practice scenarios with the support of our trained staff.
To register, click here.
Residents of Broome and Cortland County contact Bailey Marks for more information at:
Telephone: 607-756-8970 ext. 254 or E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The California Healthy Minds, Thriving Kids Project
The Child Mind Institute in partnership with the state of California offers a series of free, video and print resources that can be used by teachers and caregivers to help teach children mental health and coping skills.
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