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Iron County CTC

Our Vision: The vision of Iron County Communities that Care is to implement the Social Development Strategy as a prevention framework to promote youth development and reduce risk behaviors.


 CTC helps communities prevent problems before they develop. 

About Communities That Care

 CTC is evidence-based to help lower rates of youth problem behaviors, including:

substance use | violence | delinquency | school drop out | teen pregnancy | depression

 

Communities That Care (or CTC) guides communities through a five-phase change process using prevention science. Many communities that use the CTC process see dramatic reductions in levels of youth alcohol and tobacco use, crime and violence. 


We want to break the multi-generation cycles of depression, substance use, and other issues that keep our young people from flourishing. When healthier teens become healthier adults, every aspect of our communities improve!

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Our Contact Info

Our CTC is coordinated by Great Lakes Recovery Centers


Coordinator: Jaclyn Hollars

Phone: 906-458-1994

Email: CTCIronCounty@gmail.com 

Who Can Join?

Anyone in the community is welcome to join CTC! We're looking for people in the following sectors: 

education | law enforcement | tribal | faith-based | government | medical | social services | families | youth

Members

CTC members typically attend a one-hour meeting per month with their designated work group. Check out our membership page for more info, or contact us.

Featured Events

The Opioid Crisis w/ Dr. Piggott

October 16 @ 6:30p - 8:30pm

West Iron District Library


Learn more about the opioid crisis and how it's impacting the nation, State of Michigan, and Upper Peninsula. 

Coalition Coaching

 October 22 @ 12pm - 1pm EST

Zoom meeting


Join Gery Shelafoe, Certified Prevention Consultant, to learn about using Google Drive.


Click here to register.

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