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Youth Now is a youth-driven project of PREVENT! Clark County. Our goal is to help youth in Clark and Skamania Counties delay first use of cannabis until after legal age.
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Youth NowWednesday, June 24th, 2020 at 5:54pm
Organization is good for Jaelyn. What's your good? #FindYourGood

"Lately I've been reorganizing and cleaning my bedroom! I ordered succulents to spruce it up. Drugs and alcohol can have harmful effects on the body and mind, and organization is my point of stability within the craziness of life right now." -Jaelyn, age 17.
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Youth NowTuesday, June 9th, 2020 at 4:18pm
You can get through this. Visit our Instagram for weekly stories on mindfulness and coping.
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You Can Get Through This
The COVID-19 crisis has changed so much in our lives—but there’s nothing you can’t handle. Through it all, you can take care of yourself. Keep connecting wit...
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Youth NowTuesday, May 12th, 2020 at 11:16pm
We've developed a Rural Community Survey and need your help spreading the word! or or

If you live, work, play or serve in a rural community, or if you simply identify with the word "rural," this is for you!

Share insights that will help us develop tools that work for you. Help create a clearer picture of what your community needs to build upon existing sources of strength, stay healthy, connected, and free of substance misuse. or or
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Youth NowTuesday, May 5th, 2020 at 6:26pm
It's a great time to reach out and connect with Clark County TeenTalk. Whether it's about stress, friends, family, school, or anything else! Consider giving them a call, text or email this evening.
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Youth NowTuesday, May 5th, 2020 at 5:31pm
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"Lately I've been #organizing and #cleaning my bedroom! I ordered #succulents to spruce it up. Drugs and alcohol can have harmful effects on the body and mind, and #organization is my point of stability within the craziness of life right now." -Jaelyn, age 17. #FindYourGood

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Talking about how we feel can be difficult, especially at those times we most need to get something off our chest. That’s why Crisis Text Line is accessible, anonymous, non-judgmental - and available by text. So if you can’t talk about it... text about it instead.

While children and youth are home from school, it's never been more important to Secure Your Cannabis.

If you have children or teenagers in your home, please remember to secure your Cannabis, and avoid accidental ingestion.

Learn more at

Our monthly news, featuring COVID-19 resources, a youth #FindYourGood survey, updated drug take back locations, announcing our first Rural Network meeting and more.

It can be harder to find the goodness in life while also dealing with COVID-19 and social distancing.

How are you finding your "good" during this time?

Take a few minutes to fill out the survey below and let us know then RT to spread our reach!

This week is National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week!

We challenge you to participate in @NIDAnews National Drug & Alcohol IQ Challenge

Follow the link below to test your knowledge! Let us know if you learn something new!

#NDAFW #ShatterTheMyths

“Art is what makes the world unique. Whether we see it or not, it is what shapes the world around us into something beautiful. I love doing art, it’s my good. What’s yours?” – Emily, age 16

#FindYourGood #ChooseNotToUse #YouAreGood

Taking extra care of your mental wellness during times of crisis or change can help you become strong and overcome barriers. Care for your #COVID19 anxiety and access daily mindful meditations: #WeGotThisWA #DailyShine

"BE PRESENT. In a nonjudgmental way, notice how your mood and physical sensations in your body change throughout the day. We learn a lot about ourselves by how we react to uncertainty.” #covid19 See the full set of posts at

Our in-person YEP meetings are postponed through June. We're protecting your safety during this season of COVID-19, a virus spreading through social contact.

We'll soon have new ways to connect during this season. Like all seasons, this will pass. #FindYourGood #StayTuned

Join us in a few weeks to discuss "Aspects of Identity." We're talking about what makes us who we are, sources of pride,fear, joy, pain and more.

Learn about our new initiatives for rural Washington communities, how schools and community groups are using our "Find Your Good" media toolkit, details on the Drug Take Back events in April and more!

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