The Governor’s Prevention Partnership is committed to guiding a generation of young people toward success so they are ready to take their place in our future workforce. Whether it is lending your voice with a testimonial that helps others feel stronger, giving your time as a mentor, joining a life-changing youth group, sponsoring a Partnership event, or participating in one of our trainings, your support is greatly needed and appreciated. We count on our dedicated partners who are just as committed as we are to helping Connecticut’s youth have the best future possible.
Corporate Partnerships - Partner with us to help Connecticut kids stay safe, successful and drug free. For 30 years, we have been the go-to resource for information and training about issues that seriously threaten our children. Timely and well-researched youth prevention programs can be tailored to your company, community, or individual needs, along with substantial benefits packages to raise awareness of your support. Some 50 companies throughout the state have become a Partner In Prevention, leading the way for you and others to get involved.
In Your Community - Through our regional action committees and local school and youth group connections in towns across the state, we dig deep to offer assistance and invite you to respond and partner with us in your city or town. Contact us for more information on how you can get involved.
Become a Mentor - Early on, we made our mark as an organization dedicated to matching mentors with just the right mentees, and we haven’t stopped yet. Learn more about becoming a mentor.
Students Speak Out - Students across the state are actively leading their friends as ambassadors for a healthy, productive lifestyle - but we need more of you to step up. If you have a story about bullying or substance abuse that you think may help others, please contact us to tell your story!
Social Media - You want to know all there is to know about the dangerous issues affecting our young people in Connecticut, and you can get a good start with personal testimonials, proven research papers, youth prevention tips, trainings, and more. Visit our Facebook and Twitter pages for the latest information.