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Empowering teens to live above the influence by Educating, Advocating, and preventing Substance Abuse and promoting positive mental health 

The Graves County Agency for Substance Abuse Youth Council is a group for High School Students in the Graves County-Mayfield Area who are passionate about making a difference in the community. The Youth Council meets once a month to discuss activities and community outreach. 

  • Some of the yearly activities we do are;
  • Friday Night Done Right
  • Social Norm Posters
  • Tobacco Compliance Checks
  • Sticker Shock
  • Kindness Campaign
  • Suicide Awareness Walk
  • PSA’s
  • Retreats
  • Bowling Nights
  • Elementary education Programs
  • Advocating
  • Mental Health Awareness

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🔔 What to expect from this group: 🔔
📌 Engaging Discussions: Participate in vibrant discussions about drug-free initiatives, prevention strategies, community outreach, and more. Share your insights, learn from others, and foster meaningful connections.
📌 Resource Exchange: Discover and share valuable resources such as educational materials, success stories, research articles, and helpful tools. Let’s pool our knowledge and equip ourselves to combat substance abuse effectively.
📌 Networking Opportunities: Connect with other members, coalitions, or organizations working towards drug-free goals. Seek collaboration, share ideas, and find support for your local initiatives.
📌 Q&A Sessions: Periodically, we plan to host interactive Q&A sessions with experts in the field of substance abuse prevention. Take advantage of this opportunity to gain valuable insights and get answers to your burning questions.
📌 Positive Support: This group is a judgment-free zone where we uplift and encourage one another. If you’re facing challenges, need advice, or simply want to share a success, this is the place to do it.

For more information about the Youth Council, reach out to Program Coordinator Courtney Jeffries