Engaging young people in advocacy, education & prevention
Creating social change around alcohol, drugs, and more

  • Blog Post: Where is Red Ribbon Week?

    Featureing guest blogger and Ventura County young adult, Hannah Yale

*One of our CSUCI service learning volunteers, Stephanie Berrellez, attended a TAY Tunnel Discussion panel on November 20th. These are her thoughts.
_______________________________________________________________
TAY Tunnel presented an opportunity to discuss many tribulations that members of the organization are affected by. Sexualization, heteronormativity, gender discrimination, and false imprisonment among African Americans are topics

*This post was written by a Ventura County young adult who has chosen to remain anonymous.

Have you ever felt so sick and hopeless that no one could help you? You look around and it doesn’t seem like its real. It feels like you are in a movie and you are

[embed]https://flic.kr/p/21W3n9J[/embed]
Este evento ha sido pospuesto debido a los incendios - las fechas de enero serán determinadas y anunciadas
Sábado, 9 de diciembre de 2017 – Oxnard, CA (Español)
Textear o llamar a Belen para registrarse para una gira: (805)824-6859
También puede enviar correos electrónicos: spanish@straightupvc.org

O utilice los enlaces a continuación para registrarse.

2:00pm recorrido
2:30pm recorrido
3:00pm recorrido
3:30pm

*This post was written by Ventura County young adult, Hannah Yale
When I was in elementary school, Red Ribbon Week was my favorite part of the school year. It was a time when you could wear your pajamas to school, and teachers passed out free jelly bracelets that read, “Say NO


*This post was written by Foothill Technology High School sophomore, Hannah Yale.

Mental illness, although it is a subject that requires more attention, should not be the punchline of a person’s jokes or a casual adjective used to describe and make fun of someone’s quirkiness. Awareness and trivialization are not the

Page 1 of 59 12345859