To unite the citizens of Griswold in a partnership to create and foster a safe, drug free environment for the entire community.
What is PRIDE?

For the past several years, the Griswold PRIDE is working to make our town a safe, friendly, drug-free community. The PRIDE draws its membership from all sectors of society, including healthcare professionals, employees of the school system, town officials, concerned parents, and prevention professionals. It is the intent of the PRIDE to minimize the effects of drugs and alcohol on all community members young and old, and to raise awareness within the community that substance abuse can affect anyone. In order to achieve these objectives, the PRIDE has targeted a number of substances and related issues, including underage drinking, proper prescription drug disposal, and paraphernalia sales at convenience stores. Past accomplishments include awareness campaigns, data collection, and assessment of community substance-abuse needs.

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Where to Find Us!

Griswold's

Youth & Family

Services Building

at

68 Ashland Street

Jewett City, CT

06351

RESOURCES

Past Initiatives:

Upcoming Initiatives:

- GRISWOLD/PUTNAM PRIDE Water Bottle Campaign -

   "Say it with PRIDE, parents don't provide!"

- The Value of After-school Programmings & YC Afterschool in the School

Who is Involved?

Coalition Members, American Ambulance, CHR, Children’s First

CT Dept. of Children and Families;

CT State Police, Eastern Savings Bank

Griswold Public Schools

Griswold Senior Center

Griswold Town Government

Griswold Youth & Family Services

Jewett City Borough Officials

Jewett City Savings Bank, Parents

Quinebaug River Church, SERAC

St. Mary’s Church, TVCCA, UCFS

Uncas Health District, United Services

Wolverine Radio, Youth Services

 

This is the Official Page of the Town of Griswold's Youth & Family Services Department / Griswold Park & Recreation Department

Updated 2015 - To report a problem, just contact us!