Summer Youth Leadership
Each Tuesday afternoon of the summer students are invited to complete a community service project. All participants who complete the weekly community service will be treated to a fun activity the following Thursday afternoon.
Mentoring with Ludlow Elementary School
Mentoring is a meaningful and effective way to impact young people and help put them on a trajectory towards success. A mentor is someone who lets a young person know that they matter. Our program provides youth with the opportunity to foster a sense of personal worth and well being.
Taught to Mount Holly & Ludlow Elementary Students each year with the goal of providing them with the ability to be "empowered to respect others and choose to lead lives free from violence, substance abuse, and other dangerous behaviors.” This program is taught in cooperation with Ludlow Police Department by Paul Faenza
Community Education & Awareness
Community discussions, educational events and book reads are some of the opportunities available for residents. We look to provide up to date information to work together with parents and community members in prevention. If you are interested about upcoming events contact the program coordinator, Brooke Willard, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Vermont's Drug Take Back Initiative
Have unused or expired medication?
Get rid of it.
Drop off your unused medications at the Ludlow Police Department. The box is available 24 hours a day to dispose of unused and expired prescription drugs, including OTC, vitamins, and animal meds. No liquids or creams are accepted.
Retail Recognition is a program of Black River Area Community Coalition in collaboration with the Green Peak Alliance With the goal of supporting and recognizing our area retailers for their continued efforts in limiting access to alcohol and tobacco to those underage.