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.

community programs for students

community programs for parents

 

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Youth Activities

There are many ways that students can get involved through school and community!

Kick Butts Day

National Drugs Awareness Week

 

CRCHY always welcomes new members!

We meet monthly at the Northampton Free Library:
25 Upper Holland Road
Richboro, PA
215-357-3050

Every 4th Thursday   From 4 – 6 pm

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Recent Blog Posts

Raising Great Kids Speaker Series 2019-2020

Save the dates! Here is the list of speakers/presentations for the Raising Great Kids Speaker Series for the 2019-2020 School year. ALL events are FREE! Registration is requested so that presentation materials can be available for all attendees. Registration links...

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Talk. They Hear You.

“Talk. They Hear You.”® Council Rock Coalition for Healthy Youth (CRCHY) Encourages Parents to Talk With Their Kids About Alcohol This Summer Using Help of “Talk.  They Hear You.”® Campaign Did you know more kids try alcohol for the first time during the summer months...

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The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration has developed an infographic identifying seven warning signs for underage drinking.

DID YOU KNOW?

70% of kids who abuse prescription medications get them from family or friends—often from the medicine cabinet! Click HERE for more info on this important issue.

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