Eagle River Youth Coalition (ERYC) continues to grow and evolve under its mission “to collaborate with Eagle River youth-serving organizations to assess prevention needs, coordinate substance abuse reduction efforts, and build capacity through strategic plans, programs and policies around the issues facing young people."
Explore how ERYC continues to make a positive impact on young people’s lives through youth suicide prevention efforts and Youth Leaders Council. Learn about the Healthy Kids Colorado Survey, ERYC’s largest data assessment effort administered biennially to middle and high school students, and the You Told Us Social Norms campaign. Parents are invited to join the conversation and learn about resources through the Eat Chat Parent series. Take a minute to learn more about our members and how we all work together to make youth a community priority.
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YLC Year End Celebration
Sunday, April 30
Freedom Park Pavilion and Softball Field
Bikes and BBQ for The Cycle Effect
Saturday, May 6
Moe's BBQ in Eagle
EVHS Color Run
8am - 1 pm
Eagle Pool and Ice Rink
Bare Roots Harvest Summit
Difference Makers of the Month - Beth Cooney and Ellen Clark
March 30, 2017 -
Change from within fosters a positive atmosphere.
Teachers are some of the most hardworking people around, and they seem to constantly take on more to try to make the world a better place. Just two of these phenoms are Edwards Elementary's Beth Cooney, fourth grade teacher, and Ellen Clark, school psychologist and counselor, who facilitated…
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ERYC Receives Substantial Grant from Daniels Fund
March 29, 2017 - Through a Daniels Fund grant, ERYC will continue to keep youth a priority while expanding the community reach and strategies.
The Eagle River Youth Coalition (ERYC) will be expanding its services, collaboration and outreach thanks to a substantial grant from the Daniels Fund, a private charitable foundation committed to improving lives. Dedicated to keeping youth a priority, the Daniels Fund will help the organization expand its reach.
“We are honored and thrilled to have…
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Youth Leader Spotlight Jose Salinas
March 29, 2017 -
Does wearing a school uniform make you feel at home, or does it make you feel like you are just one of the crowd?
Don't Complain, Take Action
Jose Salinas, a 7th grader at Berry Creek Middle School, told me that he was so sick and tired of hearing his classmates complain about having to wear uniforms, that he asked Principal Amy…
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