Ashland Kids Have...Decisions at Every Turn...Prevent Youth Substance Use

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The Spring 2018 Newsletter is here!

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Ashland's Decisions at Every Turn Coalition

 Ashland's Decisions at Every Turn (DAET) Coalition is a community-based group with stakeholders from many organizations throughout Ashland. The group is dedicated to creating a safe and healthy Ashland by working as a community to prevent, reduce, and solve the problems that can lead to youth substance abuse.  Click Here to learn more. 

The Decisions at Every Turn Coalition is a volunteer coalition dedicated to promoting healthy decision-making through evidence-based education and prevention strategies to reduce and prevent youth alcohol and drug use. As community leaders, we achieve this by raising public awareness, contributing to effective policy, creating a sustainable resource network and promoting community level change.

Kristin French, LCSW
DFC Director
Director of Prevention Outreach
 

DFC Coordinator


Amy Turncliff, Ph.D.

DAET Coalition Co-Chair


Liz Byrnes, Ph.D.

DAET Coalition Co-Chair


Denise Montoya

Secretary


Claudia Rose

Treasurer




Ashland Decisions at Every Turn Coalition

65 East Union Street, Ashland, MA 01721, USA

508-881-0177 x8284

Coalitioninfo@ashlanddecisions.org

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The Decisions at Every Turn Coalition is dedicated to creating a safe and healthy Ashland by working as a community to prevent, reduce and solve the problems that can lead to youth substance abuse.