With a focus on keeping Connecticut kids safe, successful and drug-free for a stronger workforce tomorrow, The Governor’s Prevention Partnership, started in 1989, is a public-private nonprofit dedicated to delivering prevention programs that address emerging and dangerous issues that affect youth.

  • This year’s Monitoring the Future (MTF) survey of drug use and attitudes among American 8th, 10th, and 12th
    graders continues to show encouraging news, with decreasing use of alcohol, cigarettes, and many illicit drugs over the last 5 years

  • More than 100 policy experts, legislators, and youth advocates gathered at “Marijuana Policy Boot Camp: Engage, Equip, Empower” for a statewide discussion focused on the fallacies that surround legalization of recreational marijuana in Connecticut.

  • The Governor’s Prevention Partnership wants to inform parents and teens of ways to avoid mixing those parties with alcohol. Jill Spineti, President and CEO of The Governor's Prevention Partnership, and high school student Amritha Anup, joined FOX 61 Good Day Connecticut to talk about bringing awareness about the dangers of mixing teens and a drinking.