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
Council Rock Coalition for Healthy Youth (CRCHY) welcomed back students who first started Project Sticker Shock in our community years ago. Project Sticker Shock is an annual youth-led event that aims to reach community members ages 21 and older to remind them it is...
Please join us for the Raising Great Kids Speaker Series: “The Dangerous Truth About Today’s Marijuana” Presented by Laura Stack Tuesday, March 21, 2023 Virtual meeting 7 – 8 PM Register here to attend this informative presentation...
Join us for an Internet Safety Presentation by FBI Special Agent Cerena Coughlin - What parents need to know to keep kids safe and make good decisions while using social media. Don't miss the discussion about impacts of "over sharing" and trending internet issues....
A PANDEMIC WITHIN A PANDEMIC: Saving Today’s Overwhelmed Kids with Love, Laughter, and the Science of Resilience
Dear Community Members, On Wednesday, May 11th at 7pm at CR South, CRCHY will host Michael Bradley, a licensed clinical psychologist with a doctoral degree in psychology from Temple University, has over 30 years of experience working with adolescents. In addition, he...
National Drug Take Back Day is Saturday, April 30th 10am-2pm. The below fliers will help you know what to bring and where to bring it in Bucks County, PA. For more information please visit the Bucks County Drug and Alcohol Commission. Hope to see you on Saturday!
If you are in need of Behavioral Health Resources during this time, please use the attachment below for guidance. Please share with anyone that needs help or support. Download here: Bucks County BH Helpline