the Staten Island Partnership for Community Wellness
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Partnership for a
Healthier Staten Island

The Staten Island Partnership for Community Wellness (SIPCW) is the Staten Island Borough Lead Organization by the Partnership for a Healthier New York City.

As borough lead, SIPCW is organizing and leading a borough-wide coalition of community partners that will work with the Partnership to identify and implement evidence-based and innovative health promotion strategies. More...

Tackling Youth Substance
Abuse (TYSA)

The Tackling Youth Substance (TYSA) Initiative is a coalition of people and organizations who have come together for the sole purpose of decreasing youth substance abuse on Staten Island.

It is a dynamic partnership of both private and non-profit organizations; city and state government agencies; philanthropists; parents, teachers and teens, many of who have been working to combat alcohol and drug abuse for years. More...

TYSA Treatment Referral Resource List (click here to download Adobe .pdf file).
Click here to open the New York State Combat Heroin & Prescription Drug Abuse website resource.

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Upcoming Events

Daffodil Festival: April 18th
The Staten Island Partnership for Community Wellness presents the 2015 Daffodil Festival in partnership with NYC Parks on April 18th, 2015 from 1:00pm - 4:00om at the beautiful Faber Park in Staten ISland, NY. Last fall, community members and volunteers participated in a massive daffodil planting at the park and this April the community is invited back to see the thousands of daffodils in bloom.
click here for updates about the Daffodil Festival

Upcoming NARCAN Trainings:

No new dates available.

Now Hiring

The Staten Island Partnership for Community Wellness (SIPCW) seeks to hire a Program Manager for the Tackling Youth Substance Abuse (TYSA) Initiative.

Please click here for more information.

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Get Involved

To become involved with the CTI Active Design program or for more information, please contact Jody Stoll  at 718-226-0255.

To join the TYSA Community Network, please contact Adrienne Abbate at 718-226-0256.

The Tackling Youth Substance Abuse initiative is actively recruiting members for our growing Youth Council! to learn more please contact Adrienne Abbate at 718-226-0256.

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