Central Vancouver Coalition
Resilience and Growth through Community

Central Vancouver Coalition March General Meeting featuring “Prevention 101” training

March 21st Meeting & Prevention 101 Training Flyer

Join us in person at Bridgeview Resource Center or on Zoom on Thursday, March 21, from 2:30–4 p.m. for the Central Vancouver Coalition’s monthly meeting. The meeting will feature a Prevention 101 training presented by VPS Mental Health Program Supervisor Tabby Stokes and FVHS Prevention Intervention Specialist Alizz Quarles. Attendees will have the opportunity to introduce themselves, share upcoming community events and training, and have time to network after the meeting until 4:30 p.m. Hybrid meetings are held monthly on the ​3rd Thursday from 2:30 pm – 4:00 pm and are free and open to the public.

Join In-Person: Bridgeview Resource Center, 505 Omaha Way, Vancouver, WA 98661 — Use visitor parking, & please do not park in residence parking spaces. Thank you!

Join on Zoom: https://esd112.zoom.us/j/87262279619

Prevention 101 Training:
* Why prevention matters!
* What is Prevention?
* Social Development Model
* C-SAP strategies
* Community readiness for prevention programming

ABOUT CENTRAL VANCOUVER COALITION: ​​The Central Vancouver Coalition aims to increase community organization in Central Vancouver through monthly community meetings, training, and collaboration with other local organizations. These meetings are held from 2:30–4:00 p.m. on the 3rd Thursday of the month, except December and July. The meetings are in a hybrid format, with the choice to attend the meeting in person at Fort Vancouver High School or virtually via Zoom. Meetings are open to all community members, and formal membership is not required to attend. If you are interested in attending a meeting and learning more, please contact the coalition coordinator to RSVP. We are seeking coalition member representatives from the following sectors: Youth, Parents, Law enforcement, Schools, Businesses, Media, Youth-serving organizations, Religious and fraternal organizations, Civic and Volunteer groups, Healthcare professionals, State, local, and tribal agencies with expertise in substance abuse, Other organizations involved in reducing substance abuse.


Mar 21 2024


2:30 pm - 4:00 pm