Welcome to the CPYD Monday Rundown:
A weekly newsletter to keep us all connected during this time.
Please share with parents and community members!
Please note, our team is continuing our great work remotely
as a precautionary response to COVID-19.
It is best to reach us via email during regular business hours at this time.
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This week (March 30 - April 5) is National Drug & Alcohol Facts Week!

#WhatsYourReason Poster Campaign
in local high schools, now virtual!
The “What’s Your Reason” communication campaign is designed by the state of Illinois to encourage high school students to think about the reasons as to why they do not engage in underage drinking.

Don’t Be Fooled - You Are Our Teens’ #1 Influence!


Talk Early · Talk Often · Talk Now

Underage Alcohol Prevention Campaign Targeting YOU- Adults and Parents in our Community
In 2018, teens in our local area answered anonymously that a source of alcohol supply has been their parents or other adults over 21 years of age (with or without permission) and permissive family rules.

Are you struggling with alcohol or substance use?
Need resources?

For more information about the online Smart Recovery Meetings at
Kenneth Young Center, contact: smartrecovery@kennethyoung.org  

Check your inbox next week for more information on
our Recovery Support Services!
Whether you can join us in-per­son or if you will be par­tic­i­pat­ing
vir­tu­al­ly from a walk­ing path near you, you can count on KYC’s largest event to car­ry on.

Lou Mal­nati’s is host­ing a  Fundrais­ing Give­back Event for KYC on April 1st at Schaumburg, Elk Grove, and Mt. Prospect locations!

Enjoy curb­side car­ry­out,
or deliv­ery and men­tion the KYC fundrais­er when you order.

20% of your bill to come back to KYC!  

Funding provided in whole or in part by the Illinois Department of Human Services - Division of Substance Use Prevention and Recovery (IDHS-SUPR), the Office of Adolescent Health (OAH), the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), the Office of National Drug Control Policy and through a State Opioid Response grant (T1081699).