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Name of the Organization
Birmingham Group Health Services Inc. - Valley Substance Abuse Action Council
Contact Person
Pamela Mautte
Contact phone
203-736-8566
E-mail
pmautte@bghealth.org
Website
http://www.vsaac.org
Interest
Youth, Education
Description Interest
Birmingham Group Health Services, Inc.'s Valley Substance Abuse Action Council (VSAAC) is a public/private partnership comprised of community leaders and citizens who develop and carry out strategies to reduce alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use in the five communities (Ansonia, Derby, Oxford, Seymour, and Shelton) which the agency serves.

VSAAC has always understood that there are two sides to the substance abuse issue - the private battles waged every day by families and individuals, and the larger issues that are best addressed through public policy. By working hand-in-hand with the community, VSAAC has opened the door for education and prevention of substance abuse in an innovative and collaborative effort that continues to change and save lives.


VSAAC offers a variety of interactive workshops and presentations for youth and adults, as well as resource materials, curriculums, training programs, referrals, and other information about drug abuse, alcohol, and tobacco that can help parents, children, and the larger community become better aware and equipped to combat the intrusion of these harmful substances in our daily lives.

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Join our team! Birmingham Group Health Services Inc. Valley Substance Abuse Action Council seeking Community Organizer

Posted on December 28, 2010 at 3:05pm 0 Comments

TITLE: Community Organizer

Dept: VSAAC

Status: Part-time (30 hours a week)



To support the goals of BGHS and VSAAC though implementing community based prevention services, collaborating with community partners, and developing and managing prevention programming.





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Research and facilitate the development and implementation of community based prevention initiatives and programs. Research and develop resources to sustain the initiatives and… Continue

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At 2:48pm on March 8, 2010, Lee Cruz said…
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