Originally formed in 2012 to address bullying within our school district, we have evolved to focus our efforts on youth substance use, mental health, and healthy social media use. Identifying the roots of these issues and the branches they can become has become imperative.
Always striving for improvement of services and support to our community means always needing some helping hands. Contact us today to see how you can be a part of an even brighter tomorrow for Milton’s youth.
The Milton Youth Coalition serves youth and families who reside in the School District of Milton. With a population of almost 19,000, we are always looking for ways to educate and encourage our youth to live healthy and happy drug-free lives.
Two things help community outreach programs attain their goals and improve their communities: donations of time and donations of money. Both are encouraged, neither is expected, either one is always appreciated.
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Learn how the Milton Youth Coalition is actively reducing drug and alcohol use amongst our youth.
Prescription Drug Drop Boxes
Unused portions of these medicines must be disposed of properly to avoid personal and environmental harm.
While supplies last, free prescription drug lock boxes can be found at the Milton Public Library and upon request.
A student-focused experience designed to bring life to the potential effects on life that stem from underage drinking, and other high risk behaviors such as…
Community booths allow for community members to learn more about the coalition and receive education on substance misuse, mental health and healthy social media use.
Become a Volunteer Today
One small act of kindness can be the pinnacle point of trajectory change in a child’s future. You could be that “oh wow” moment a kid needs to say no to a life of drugs and yes to a lifetime of positive influence and personal achievement.
Get in Touch. Get Involved.
Strong communities are made so by the people within them who get involved and stay involved. Come be a part of something big with simple small actions of involvement.