Drunk driving — and all traffic fatalities — have increased for two consecutive years. Drunk driving claims 10,000 lives every year and continues to account for nearly one-third of all traffic deaths. Despite nearly four decades of action by Mothers Against Drunk Driving® the number is moving in the wrong direction. And MADD isn’t the...
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The lives saved by ignition interlocks have been undisputedly piling up since Arizona became the first state to adopt such a law in 2007. Today, 30 states and the District of Columbia have such protections in place. In-car breathalyzers, as they are also known, have saved literally millions of lives. Yet, safety organizations and non-profit...
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The Montgomery County Collaboration Council is the keeper of Montgomery County, Maryland’s community well-being indicators for children, youth, and families. Built to translate the vision of the Children’s Agenda results into action, these measures are key to tracking progress over time, focusing attention on areas of need, and aligning collective impact initiative’s strategies and policymaking. The Collaboration Council is seeking a full-time Community Assessment Manager to maintain these indicators of well-being, lead community-level needs assessments, and support the organization’s involvement in collective impact initiatives. For complete details and how to submit your cover letter with salary requirements and resume click here: Community Assessment Manager Job Description. Deadline for submitting resumes: January 30, 2018
Offering a glimmer of progress in efforts to quell the worst drug epidemic in U.S. history.
An online database of public and private agencies that connect individuals and families with community services.
The alliance is convened through the leadership and support of the Montgomery County Collaboration Council.
The alliance is funded by the Montgomery County Department of Health and Human Services in partnership with the Collaboration Council.
Pathway to Services Office is a family-friendly telephone referral service to help connect families and their children with emotional and/or behavioral needs to a variety of community resources such as mental health counseling, after-school activities. Call 301-354-4905.