AUBURN PREVENTION COALITION

Working Towards a Brighter Future

“Reduce, Prevent and Eliminate underage drug
and alcohol use by engaging, educating,
and empowering all members of our multicultural community”

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Auburn Prevention Coalition at a Glance

A Bit of Background

Our coalition is funded through a grant from the Washington State Health Care Authority.

King County’s Department of Community and Human Services’ Behavioral Health and Recovery Division selected Auburn to be the recipient of the Community Prevention and Wellness Initiative (CPWI) grant provided by DBHR. 

CPWI is a statewide effort to develop new or existing coalitions in the highest need communities to influence greater reductions in substance abuse. Communities who are picked for the funding are areas that have experienced high levels of underage drinking, crime, school drop-out, and unemployment. Auburn was chosen based on the need and our readiness to address the problem areas.

 
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What We Do

Meaningful Work. Unforgettable Experiences.

Auburn Prevention Coalition is achieving more with our initiatives than ever before. We work on many exciting projects to help improve the lives of others, and are very proud of the progress we continue to make. Learn more about what we do, who we help, and how we work every day to promote positive change.

 

Guiding Good Choices

Parenting Program

In person 5-week course for parents of youth 9-14. Sessions will cover: 

  • Setting clear family guidelines

  • Strengthening family bonds

  • Managing family conflict

  • Increasing family involvement

  • Developing skills to help children make decisions to avoid drugs and alcohol

LifeSkills

Promoting Health and Personal Development

In person 8-15 week course offered during the school day in Auburn School District Schools. Topics include: 

  • Managing Stress, Anger, & Emotions

  • Decision-Making for health 

  • Risk-Taking & Substance Abuse​

  • Healthy Relationships 

  • Refusal Skills 

Parenting Wisely Teen

Parenting Program

Online program for parents of youth 12-18 is proven to: 

  • Reduce drug and alcohol use 

  • Reduce verbal and physical aggression

  • Reduce teen and preteen program behaviors 

  • Improve and strengthen family relationships

Parenting Wisely Young Child

Parenting Program

Online program for parents of children under 11 is proven to: 

  • Reduce Children's aggressive & disruptive behaviors

  • Develop mutual support

  • Improve parenting skills

  • Enhance family communication

  • Improve Discipline 

  • Reduce Teen Alcohol & Drug Use

Vincent Van Gogh

"Great things are done by a series of small things brought together"

 

Contact Auburn Prevention Coalition

Get in touch with Auburn Prevention Coalition to learn more about our work and how you can get involved.

915 4th St NE
Auburn, King County 98002
USA

253-931-4712

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253-931-4712

915 4th St NE
Auburn, King County 98002
USA

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