Chico Community Prevention Coalition (CCPC)

Chico Community Prevention Coalition formed in late 2019 in response to the massive changes in the City of Chico as a result of the Camp Fire in November 2018. These events have had a devastating impact on our community and have drained community resources. The Chico Community Prevention Coalition has a major focus of its strategic plan on reducing youth access to alcohol in the community – targeting its efforts on the major access points – including the college community, merchants, parents and older peers. We are responding by focusing on policies that support enforcement efforts and maximizing resource utilization.

The mission of the CCPC is to serve our community by working to prevent and reduce youth substance use. We aim to do this by engaging youth and families, promoting protective factors, minimizing the impact of risk factors, while increasing community education and collaboration. We believe that both youth and adults in Chico should have the opportunity to be the healthiest, best versions of themselves.

By the end of 2020, Healthy Rural California was awarded a Drug-Free Communities federal grant to support the CCPC. This award is up to $125,000 per year for a maximum of 10 years.

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Butte Youth Now Coalition

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