Welcome to Council Rock Coalition for Healthy Youth
We are a group of concerned community members whose mission is to mobilize and engage all sectors of our communities to work together to reduce risk behaviors of our youth, helping them to reach their full potential in a healthy environment. We provide many programs for youth and adults and we are a great resource for information.
PARENTS: Speaker Series & Parenting Programs
Learn from experts about issues facing our youth & community.
Keep up with the latest news by following our BLOG (see recent posts below) and/or signing up for our enewsletter bottom right.
CRCHY always welcomes new members!
We meet monthly at the Northampton Free Library:
25 Upper Holland Road
Every 4th Thursday From 4 – 6 pm
Recent Blog Posts
On Tuesday night, January 15th, we had a great crowd of over 120 people join us for Raiding Great Kids: College 101. Ms. Francine Block, college admissions consultant, shared her knowledge of the college admission process. CRCHY thanks Ms. Block for her continued...read more
Join us Tuesday, January 15th! Register...read more
CRCHY's efforts to spread the word about PA Stop continued with a stickie note on the front of the Bucks County Courier Times yesterday (12/30/2018). It was the last Sunday edition of 2018 and also happened to be the day the paper published it's final installment in a...read more
If you're cleaning out your medicine cabinets in the new year, don't throw any medications into the trash OR down the drain! You can safely dispose of medications at a permanent disposal box from the list below. Keep our water supply safe by making sure unneeded or...read more
Many thanks to the Newtown Business Association (NBA) for choosing Council Rock Coalition for Healthy Youth as the beneficiary of this year's Breakfast with Santa! It was a great event and we loved being there! CRCHY volunteers helped support the event as Santa's...read more
CRCHY recently participated in the Annual Newtown Business Association Holiday Parade. Spreading the word about PAStop.org, volunteers and staff walked alongside the mobile billboard and handed out awareness bracelets. The festive event draws thousands of people to...read more