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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Children & Youth

Mission: The mission of the Eagle River Youth Coalition is to collaborate with Eagle River youth-serving organizations to assess prevention needs, coordinate substance abuse prevention efforts, and build capacity through strategic plans, programs and policies around the issues facing young people.

Target demographics: Youth, Parents, Professionals, Nonprofits, Law Enforcement, School District

Geographic areas served: Eagley County

Programs: Youth Leaders Council, Healthy Kids Colorado Survey, ERYC Membership Support, Youth Advocacy, Parent Education (Dinner & Dialogue & Active Parenting), Professional Development Trainings, Substance Abuse Prevention, Social Norms Campaigns

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Board Member

Rating: 5

I have served on the board of ERYC for over ten years, and I have personally witnessed the impact the orgnization has both on a broad spectrum of youth serving organizations, as well as directly on youth and families. As an umbrella organization the primary focus is working collaboratively with the other youth serving non-profits in Eagle County to identify relevant issues, both through frequent meetings with local stakeholders as well through the use of the biannual Healthy Kids Colorado Survey, and ensure that resources are deployed most effectively to address them. Neverhteless, the organization also impacts youth directly through the Youth Leadership Council, bringing together local high school students who share a common interest in creating a supportive community for themselves, their peers and other area youth. Finally, the organization also holds workshops and seminars for parents to assist them in helping their children deal with issues commonly faced by them.

The reach of the organization is evidenced by the broad participation on the board, whose members include local law enforcement, politicians, educators, business executives and owners, mental health professionals, and local media.

For all the latest news and information check out the website: www.eagleyouth.org !