ACT’s 2020 Community Survey Results

Below are the results of our 2020 community survey prepared and visualized by Hart Dataworks. Thank you to all who participated.

Meet ACT’s Community Leaders: Katrina Hastings

Meet Katrina Hastings, ACT’s Civic/Volunteer Sector Leader: “I am the Youth Services Librarian at the McCullough Free Library in North Bennington, VT. Prior to becoming a librarian, I worked in various educational settings with children and families. I’ve seen firsthand how beneficial programming opportunities can be for families and children, not just in reducing and…

Welcome to ACT’s New Business Sector Leader: Nancy Koziol of couch + cork

ACT is excited to welcome Nancy Koziol as our new Business Sector Leader! As a community coalition, ACT engages with 12 sectors of the community to reduce youth substance use, including: Parents, Youth, Education/Schools, State or Local Government, Media, Businesses, Law Enforcement, Youth-Serving Organizations, Religious/Fraternal Organizations, Volunteer Organizations, Healthcare Professionals and Other Substance Abuse Prevention…

Troubling Trends in Alcohol Marketing & Misuse

Researchers observed that Americans, and women in particular, were drinking more during the pandemic, and this consumption was largely driven by stress (New York Times). In Vermont, among people who accessed VT Helplink—a statewide, public resource for finding substance use treatment and recovery services—alcohol was most frequently listed as the substance of concern in 2020…

Member of the Month: Mary Monick

Mary Monick is a busy wife and mom of two crazy but lovable boys. They spend most of their time at a baseball field or wrestling mat. She loves a good laugh! Mary works as a behavioral health interventionist/advocate based out of SVMC Pediatrics. She is currently enrolled at the University of New England and…

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