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[Summary]Troy Community Coalition News - 2015 February Incredible Kid Month February is Incredible Kid Month! This is a wonderful opportunity for parents, teachers and other adults to recognize a child, between the ages of 5 and 12, that has made a positive i


Troy Community Coalition

News - 2015 February Incredible Kid Month

February is Incredible Kid Month! This is a wonderful opportunity for parents, teachers and other adults to recognize a child, between the ages of 5 and 12, that has made a positive impact in our community or has qualities that make him or her special. The child may have shoveled snow off your sidewalk, walked your dog, volunteered at your organization or overcome an obsta cle. A healthy society recognizes the importance of all members of their community . Incredible Kid Recognition Awards show young people that the community cares and appreciates them and wants them to grow up h ealthy and drug free.
The Troy Community Coalition for the Preven tion of Drug and Alcohol Abuse wants to honor these wonderful, considerate, young people . We will recognize these Incredible Kids at a special Coalition ceremony held at the Troy Community C enter on Thursday, February 26, 2015 .
Spread the word and take the time to nominate an Incredible Kid! Please submit this form along with a donation of your choosing so the Coalition may continue to offer programs benefiting all who live or work in Troy. Due to space limitations at the Troy Community Center nominations will only be accepted for individuals and/or small groups . Thank you for your participation.


Troy Drug Free Coalition receives $150K federal grant

TROY >> Members of the Troy Drug Free Coalition issued a call for community action on Wednesday as it announced it had received $150,000 to prevent youth substance abuse. During a press conference at the Sanctuary for Independent Media,

About Us | TRIP & RCHR

The Troy Rehabilitation and Improvement Program (TRIP), Inc. was created in 1968 to assist low- and moderate-income families in Troy achieve the dream of home ownership. It expanded over the years to meet the growing housing needs of area residents. Today TRIP is a comprehensive community development not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization with a mission of connecting individuals and families with resources and knowledge to live in desirable homes and create vibrant sustainable communities.” TRIP embodies its mission through providing quality affordable rental units, engaging in community-building and developing resident leaders, and promoting successful and sustainable home ownership.

HVCC film, speaker focus on beating opioid addiction

TROY, N.Y. >> The U.S. Attorney’s Office, with the Rensselaer County Heroin Coalition, the Troy Drug Free Community Coalition, NOPIATES and the Rensselaer Area Drug Awareness Reality Coalition, hosted a second community event in as many m

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Troy Drug Free Community Coalition

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