BUILDING A HEALTHY TRUMBULL

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Talking to Children About Violence

In light of recent events, these resources emphasize the importance that young children need to know that the adults in their schools are working hard to make sure they are safe. Students may not feel safe unless they are explicitly told that adults are working to ensure their safety. Media coverage should be limited, especially with vulnerable populations. A consistent message is needed emphasizing their safety in school is paramount.

(Click on each image to print or download full documents from the

National Association of School Psychologists and the National Center for School Crisis and Bereavement)

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First Selectman's Youth Advisors/
Youth Advocating for Youth (YAY)

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We're with you, and we're here to help
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In a time of disruption, Protecting Your Child From the Risks of Substance Use

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Mental Health Supports In a Pandemic

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CT Stronger: COACH provides FREE community support and outreach services in Connecticut in response to COVID-19.

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SUPPORT GROUPS

Support groups are offered as a space where individuals can come together to share their stories, experiences, and lives in a way that helps reduce isolation

and loneliness. 

COMMUNITY MEMBERS

If you would like to get involved in TPAUD’s efforts to prevent underage substance use and promote mental health in Trumbull, there are many ways to participate:

LOCAL RESOURCES

The Town of Trumbull and TPAUD are pleased to provide some of the Community Resources available to 
Trumbull residents.  It is our hope that those looking for information or support will reach out for the help they need.

HONEST CONVERSATIONS ABOUT ALCOHOL, MARIJUANA, AND DRUG USE AS EARLY AS POSSIBLE SET THE FOUNDATION FOR YOUTH TO THRIVE.