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 Parents You Matter Dinner and Dialogue 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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Active Parenting of Teens
Eagle Valley Middle School
2015 Eagle County Career Fair
Tues. Apr. 7
8:30am - 11:30am
Battle Mountain High School
Sustainable Film Series- The City Dark
Loaded Joe's Avon
Youth Leader Spotlight Karely Duran
February 24, 2015 -
Many of us understand the critical role of a positive adult mentor during formative young years. Karely Duran, 2014 Battle Mountain High School graduate, struggled to narrow her list. While her parents and siblings have inspired Duran through their strong work ethic and commitment to family, Lee Jones and Bratzo Horruitiner of Vail Valley Foundation’s Youth Foundation became mentors for…
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Eagle Valley Resource Directory, 2015 Edition
February 06, 2015 -
Check out the 2015-2016 edition of the Eagle Valley Resource Directory, a resource intended to link community members with critical local services. English and Spanish versions are available online, or contact ERYC to order physical copies.
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Youth Leader Spotlight Mike Ramunno
January 30, 2015 -
“Aint it great to be a Devil?” This is Eagle Valley High School Senior, Mike Ramunno’s mantra.
It may have been influenced by his dedicated high school football coach (and father), but he takes true pride in its reference to the EVHS mascot. Ramunno’s athletic frame, laid-back demeanor and smile all invite fellow classmates to follow his lead. As…
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