On the last Friday of every month in the Times Record, CASA partners publish a perspective on the Opinion page, relating to the theme "we all have a stake in keeping kids safe." Read past publications below:
The Mid Coast Parents Connect Facebook page posts news stories, upcoming community events and parent resources daily. Search for us on Facebook, or visit our Parent Page for a direct link.
Upcoming Classes & Events
12-2-1: Concerned about a high school teen's choices or beliefs? CASA's 12-2-1 (12 Hours 2 Change 1 Life) is a FREE twelve hour class that gives teens a chance to look at their high risk choices in a non-judgmental setting. For program details download our 12-2-1 flyer. To register a teen, download a 12-2-1 referral formor contact Andrea Gove at 373-6973.
Alcohol Seller/Server Trainings:CASA offers alcohol seller/server trainings throughout the year for bartenders, servers and store clerks for just $10 per person. The next training is June 18 - Server training. View the flyer for June's server training here. Want to register for a training or have a question about these trainings; contact Andrea Gove at 373-6973 or complete the registration form and fax it to 373-4689.
CASA meetings are open to the public, and occur monthly, on the 1st Wednesday of each month, from 3:30 - 5 pm, September through June. Meetings are held in Suite 3 of the Mid Coast Behavioral Health Building, 66 Baribeau Dr., Brunswick, ME. Contact Heidi Tucker at 373-6958 if you would like to attend a meeting, and click here for a CASA Fact Sheet.
Other ways to volunteer - pass out coffee at a community or school event, submit an opinion piece for our monthly op ed spot, share a news story or tip on our Mid Coast Parents Connect Facebook page - contact Heidi Tucker, 373-6958.
For more information
Visit our parent, youth, retailer and educator pages for substance abuse prevention resources tailored for our community. Go to Project Alert for more information on youth and substance abuse.