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Partnership for Youth

The mission of the Partnership for Youth is to promote the health and well-being of teens in the Franklin County and North Quabbin region. PFY collaborates with school and community partners to establish and support effective youth development and health-promotion programs, provide training and technical assistance with emphasis on evidence-based practices, and involve and empower […]

Coalition Educates on Youth Marijuana Use

In November, MA residents will vote on the question of legalizing marijuana for recreational use.  Whether or not this legislation passes – and how this legislation is implemented if passed – will have a significant impact on the use of marijuana by young people.  The FRCOG’s Partnership for Youth, as part of their work with […]

FRCOG Racial Justice Work

The murder of George Floyd and resulting international protests highlight again the dire consequences of systemic racism and inequity in our society. We all must proactively work to right centuries of wrong. At the FRCOG, we are already involved in projects to improve racial equity. The Communities that Care Coalition, staffed by our Partnership for […]

Vaping, Juuling & E-cigarettes: What Parents Need to Know.

An Evening Event for Adults Raising, Caring For & Educating Young People A presentation and Q&A with local prevention specialists Melinda Calianos of the Hampshire Franklin Tobacco-Free Community Partnership, and Kat Allen of the Communities that Care Coalition & Partnership for Youth. See attached flyer for information about dinner, childcare, transportation, and interpretation. Sponsored by Gill-Montague Regional […]

We’re Hiring: Prevention Strategies Coordinator

Please click here for a flyer and a job description about this opening in the Partnership For Youth and Communities That Care Coalition.

What is Mass in Motion?

Mass in Motion is a statewide movement that promotes opportunities for healthy eating and active living in the places people live, learn, work and play. Franklin County’s Mass in Motion initiative is part of the Communities That Care Coalition, which is co-hosted by the Partnership for Youth, a program of the FRCOG. A newly-formed Steering […]

Communities That Care Coalition recognized

The Communities That Care Coalition (CTC), co-hosted by the FRCOG’s Partnership for Youth and Community Action, has once again received national attention for its successful use of a Collective Impact approach to achieving social change. On November 12, the Collective Impact Forum released a publication, How Public Policy Can Support Collective Impact, with a shout […]