PRLog - Jan. 15, 2014 - LA CRESCENTA, Calif. -- As of December 6, 2013, Crescenta Valley Drug & Alcohol Prevention Coalition (CVDAPC) has changed its name to CV Alliance. Our mission of preventing underage drug and alcohol abuse remains the same, but by renaming our organization to something that is easier to remember and not quite as “negative-
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Hand-in-hand with this name change will come the launch of a new website: http://CV-Alliance.org. Our newly designed site will contain many new features including a Resource Guide where parents and guardians can access information about drug treatment and substance abuse assets that are available to our members of our community. “When a parent needs information, we want them to be able to come to us with any question,” said Board President and Glendale Police Detective Matt Zakarian. Look for this website to be a reliable source of information on latest drug trends, thanks to the active participation of Glendale Police Officer Joe Allen, California Association of Narcotic Officers 2013 “Narc of the Year” award winner.
The purpose of CV Alliance is to build community collaborations that will prevent and reduce youth substance use. Through our programs, we will reduce opportunities for kids and teens to engage in risky behavior, and instead, provide them with good choices and safe options for recreation and support.
YOU CAN GET INVOLVED! Regardless if you are a concerned parent, an active member of our community, or a school-aged resident, there are many ways that you can get involved with CV Alliance. Please contact us today for more information on how you can get involved and help to combat drug and alcohol abuse among young people in our community. Visit our website to learn about all of the opportunities to get involved with CV Alliance http://cv-alliance.org/