Community Prevention Resources of Warren County, Inc. (CPRWC) is a non-profit agency in Washington, NJ, dedicated to building a safe, healthy, drug-free Warren County. Our educational services promote the wellness and safety of individuals and families of our community.
We serve the community by offering a comprehensive selection of the most current educational programs and an extensive information resource center, offering a variety of free materials that address issues of substance abuse (ATOD), internet safety, bullying, mental health, driving safety, general health and other current topics. We are an affiliate of the New Jersey Prevention Network (www.njpn.org) whose primary mission is to decrease substance abuse in the state by developing and implementing effective prevention programs. Our dedicated and professional staff is here to serve you with the highest level of integrity.
Community Action Partnership (CAP) is a group of community members committed to building a safe, healthy, and drug-free community by preventing and reducing substance abuse among youth. New CAP volunteers are welcome! Contact Linda Schuler, Drug-Free Communities Project Coordinator, at 908-835-1800 x. 12 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org to join the CAP Coalition!
CAP GENERAL MEETING are very Third Thursday of the Month (All are welcome!)
RSVP to attend: email@example.com or 908-835-1800
Parenting with Confidence (please see Programs & Classes) - This is a 6-week course, beginning February, 2013. Topics include: making your home safe & less frustrating for your child, play, understanding the developmental characteristics of young children, communication, building a solid self-image, helping children learn right from wrong, and positive forms of discipline. Certificates awarded upon successful completion of the course.
Managing Emotions: Tough Choices® beyond Anger Management (please see Programs & Classes) - This is an 8-week course, beginning February 2013. Topics include: information and education exercise, relaxation skill building, and an activity cognitively appropriate and related to the topic. The goal of the program is to provide the experiences and tools necessary to gain the insights and skill practice needed to recognize a full range of emotions and associated behaviors and the skills to express them productively. Certificates awarded upon successful completion of the course.
Driver Safety Class
Dates: TBD *must attend both days
Time: 10:00am to 1:30pm - 1/2 hour lunch (bring your own)
Free registration for Veterans and their spouses!
$12 for AARP members and $14 for non-members
Bring your NJ Driver's License and check payable to: AARP
To register...call 908-835-1800 / email: firstname.lastname@example.org / fax: 908-835-9021
Class size is limited, so please register early!