Our community works best when we work together. Each of us have a role to play in creating a culture of health for our youth and families. Our nonprofits, local government, school districts, parents and health care professionals have the opportunity to collaborate around our shared risk and protective factors.
Our Communities That Care Summit County coalition members have selected the following priority risk and protective factors:
- Perceived risk of substance use
- Parental attitudes favorable to anti-social behavior and substance use
- Depression and anxiety
- Rewards for pro-social involvement in the community and family domain
Listen in to Marty Liccardo from the State Office of Violence and Injury Prevention as he shares strategies on how we can work together towards our shared objectives.