Welcome To Franklin County Caring Communities
This survey was designed for Vermont residents between the ages of 18 and 25. It takes about 10 to 15 minutes to complete and will ask questions about your perceptions and use of alcohol and other drugs.
A safe and healthy community that values all of its members.
Our MissonTo promote healthy communities in Franklin County through positive youth development and substance abuse prevention.
About Franklin County Caring Communities.
Caring Communities works with community partners to identify and implement strategies to prevent and reduce substance abuse, especially among youth and young adults, and equip individuals, families, and the community at large to create healthy, substance-free environments where everyone can thrive.
We support positive youth development and substance abuse prevention through community, school, family, and peer action. We promote community norms that support healthy choices in
Franklin County Caring Communities, Inc., is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. If you are interested in volunteering or joining the board, please contact Beth Crane at 527-5049 or email@example.com.
Financial statements available upon request.
Caring Communities Board and Staff
Elisabeth Crane, MSW
Media / Communications / Youth and Families Outreach Coordinator
Assistant Coordinator, Mentoring
Caring Communites Board of Directors
President: Jeff Benay, Ed. D.,
Director, Franklin County Indian Education
Treasurer: Marilyn Grunewald, Ed.D.,
Retired Educator; Board Member, Northwest Access TV
Direct Services, Community Inclusion Advocate, NCSS
Assistant Director, Children, Youth, and Family Services, NCSS
Blog & Announcements
If you don’t properly dispose of the unused or expired prescription drugs in your home, they might find a new one! Pharmaceutical drugs can be just as dangerous as street drugs when taken without a prescription or a doctor’s supervision. The non-medical use of...
In February members of the Franklin County Caring Communities prevention coalition visited Washington, DC as attendees at the CADCA (Community Anti Drug Coalitions of America) 28th Annual Leadership Forum. The team included Caring Communities Youth & Family Outreach...
This survey is being conducted by Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation in partnership with ADAP at the Vermont Department of Health and is designed for Vermont residents between the ages of 18 and 25. The survey is completely anonymous, takes about 10-15...