Media Campaigns

Our media campaigns are created to educate, change social norms, and reduce youth substance use in our community. We are constantly collecting data on substance use trends and focus our efforts accordingly. Campaigns include billboards, mailers, radio advertisements, newspaper ads, posters, and Facebook advertisements.

 

Youth Connections Magazine March 2021

This local magazine is for parents and teens. It has a variety of articles about prevention-related topics and about supporting kids so that they can reach their potential. These are distributed to many Excelsior locations including the Community Center and Hall of Waters. You can also read the digital version right here.

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Watch. Drop. Talk.
Prevent Prescription Drug Misuse

Everyone has a role to play in keeping powerful prescription drugs out of the hands of our youth.  Together we can keep kids and teens safe from prescription drug misuse and accidental poisonings by using the “Watch. Drop. Talk.” strategy.

Meaningful Meals

Research points to family meals as helping to increase children’s academic performance, literacy, and connection to family, while decreasing the risk of depression, substance use, and obesity. It doesn't have to be complicated! The goal is sitting down together for a 20-minute family meal most days of the week.

This is Quitting

This is Quitting is a free text-based youth vaping cessation tool. Youth ages 13-24 can get anonymous help to quit vaping by texting BREAKFREE to 88709.

Parent Up: Parents Have Power

Parents have the most influence. The rules you set, the relationships you build, and the conversations you have about substance use influence the decisions your kids make. Teens who learn about the risks of substance use from their parents are half as likely to use substances as their peers.

Parenting During Pandemic

This campaign, part of the larger Roots of Resilience campaign, provides encouragement and support to families and community members as they cope with this challenging time.  Messages encourage building connection, modeling and teaching self-care, and modeling healthy coping skills.

Youth Connections Winter/Spring 2020

This local magazine is for parents and teens. It has a variety of articles about prevention-related topics and about supporting kids so that they can reach their potential. These are distributed to many Excelsior businesses including the Community Center and ES Hospital. You can also read the digital version right here.

Share the Truth with Our Youth

Share the Truth is a campaign to prevent youth vaping. This campaign highlights the risks of youth vaping and encourages parents to talk about these risks with their kids.

Youth Connections Summer 2019

This local magazine is for parents and teens. It has a variety of articles about prevention-related topics and about supporting kids so that they can reach their potential. These are distributed to many Excelsior businesses including the Community Center and ES Hospital. You can also read the digital version right here.

Roots of Resilience

This campaign aims to educate the public about the effects of ACES (Adverse Childhood Experiences) and nurture resilient kids.

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Parent Up Alcohol Prevention

Parent Up is a Northland-Wide campaign supported by multiple local coalitions. The goal is to empower parents to talk with their kids about their expectations regarding underage drinking and to be present in their kids' lives. Building parent-child communication helps prevent underage drinking.

Positive Coping Skills

This campaign empowers adults to model positive coping skills (and other positive behaviors) for kids around them so that kids learn positive behavior.

Prescription Drug Misuse Awareness

This campaign's goal is to educate the public that many kids get prescription drugs from unsuspecting family members. We all need to make sure our prescription medications are properly secured and are not shared.

Positive Parenting

This campaign is simply to remind parents to communicate positively with their kids and build that positive relationship!

Prescription Drug Take-Back Day

Prescription Drug Take-Back Days are advertised twice a year (October and April). This is a nationwide event to encourage proper disposal of prescription drugs. Prescription Drugs can be disposed of ANY day at the Excelsior police department.

Anti-Chewing Tobacco Campaign

This campaign is designed to remind parents that kids learn behaviors from us; both positive and negative behaviors.

Resilience Film Screenings

These Resilience Film screenings are designed to educate our community about the effects of ACES (Adverse Childhood Experiences) and toxic stress on health and development.

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