Mission:  Pulling Together is a substance abuse prevention coalition that coordinates initiatives and family resources to empower youth to choose a substance free lifestyle through collaboration of agencies and program leadership.

GET INVOLVED!

The Pulling Together Coalition is developing a youth-led coalition.  Youth, who participate in this coalition, will receive training, develop and implement their own action plan and build leadership skills by engaging with the community to prevent and reduce youth substance use.  Some examples of action plan items are offering fun substance free activities/events for youth, creating a media campaign (podcast, videos, etc.), handing out flyers at sport events, making presentations in classrooms, community organizations and/or government officials.

Click HERE and apply to join the Cheboygan County Youth Substance-Free Coalition!

Amalia HarveyCertified Prevention Specialist
Coalition Coordinator
Leigh-Ann TheunickProject Coordinator
Coalition President
  • Meetings:

    • Board- Quarterly (January, April, July, October)- 1st Monday at 12:00 PM
      • Mulligans Restaurant- 320 N. Main St., Cheboygan, MI  49721
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    • Steering Committee- Monthly- 1st Monday at 12:00PM
      • Cheboygan Wesleyan Church- 625 6th St., Cheboygan, MI  49721
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  • Developing a Youth Component:

    • See left for information and application link!
  • Interest in joining/ Questions contact:

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Additional Resources

TOBACCO EDUCATION

Tobacco is the number one preventable cause of death and disease in Michigan with the majority of smokers starting before they’re 18.

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UNDERAGE
DRINKING

Alcohol is the drug of choice among America’s adolescents and is used by more young people than tobacco or illicit drugs.

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VAPING
FACTS

There is no way to know what’s really in e-cigarettes. That’s why they’re so dangerous.

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PRESCRIPTION
ABUSE

Steps to keep your home Rx safe. Finding solutions to ending this epidemic, or at least not becoming accidental dealers.

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