SRSLY Manchester and Stockbridge welcome new program coordinator

The SRSLY Coalition is pleased to introduce Abbey Clark, the new program coordinator for SRSLY Manchester and Stockbridge. In this dual role, Clark will support volunteers in implementing programs and strategies for both coalitions. “Abbey has a passion for helping youth feel supported and valued, ... Read more
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VAPING 101- Free Virtual Training

A free educational training program for adults and adolescents to learn the facts about vaping, including information on: What vaping is, devices, risks and effects, and youth prevention.
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Sign Up Now for Summer Comics Workshops for Middle & High Schoolers

Online Comics Camp for Middle School Students Learn how to make your very own comics from professional cartoonist Jerzy Drozd! Any level of artists are welcome to attend. Who: Open to students entering grades 6-8 in the 2020-21 school year When: Mondays, June 22-August 10 ... Read more
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Resources and At-Home Activities During COVID-19

SRSLY Stockbridge and Project Success have collected resources, wellness ideas, and at-home activities for you and your family to use while you are staying safe and healthy at home! Click or scan the QR Code below to check out our “Resources, Wellness, and At-Home Activities” ... Read more
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Sign Up Now for Guiding Good Choices Parent Workshops!

SRSLY is partnering with St. Joseph Mercy Chelsea and the Community Mental Health Partnership of Southeast Michigan to lead free “Guiding Good Choices” parent workshops. These workshops help parents with communication, bonding, and setting rules & boundaries. Parents, guardians and/or grandparents are welcome to attend. ... Read more
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SRSLY Stockbridge’s Community Impact in 2019: Thank you!

SRSLY Stockbridge has enjoyed a year full of accomplishments and milestones, thanks to the tremendous support we receive from our community. These are just a few of the events and happenings that SRSLY hosted and coordinated for our youth this year – and we couldn’t ... Read more
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