Natrona County Prevention Coalition Presents:
Family Game Night Game Drive!
Donations of new games will be accepted starting
November 23rd at Mercer Family Resource Center.
The benefits of regular family time and family game nights are plentiful! They encourage problem solving skills, social skills, and math & language art development. Not to mention the opportunity to bond as a family in a fun competitive way! In the spirit of promoting stronger families and healthy youth year round, the Natrona County Prevention Coalition gives new board games away to families to play together through the year.
Support Mercer Family Resource Center by donating new board games for Family Game Night, February 1st, 2019.
Serving youth and families in Natrona County since 1971! Mercer Family Resource Center provides education, counseling, and prevention services that build stronger and healthier youth and families in our community. We serve the community in the following ways: family/parenting education; early intervention for alcohol use and life skills; community connection, such as mentoring and case management; and environmental strategies for policy change and social norming. We serve nearly 3,000 families each year, in addition to the thousands of county residents we reach with our awareness campaigns. Mercer Family
Resource Center programs are proactive, impactful, and
accessible to anyone in the community!
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“Thank you for showing me that underage drinking is pointless and comes with many consequences. I don’t plan on drinking again in the future until I am of age.”
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“Thank you for being informative rather than using scare tactics.”
-2017-18 Insight participant
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-2017-18 Tobacco Education participant
“Thank you for helping a lot of young people who have gotten into bad situations who just need more information.”
“Thank you for teaching me and showing me the alternatives to what I could be doing. I have learned some skills that will help me in the long run.”
“Thank you for helping me improve communication with my wife.”
“Thank you for the knowledge I gained about substance abuse and what it can do to you and those around you.”
-2017-18 Insight participant
“Thank you for the information we learned in this class that can apply to and help everyone. It will help me make better decisions."
-2017-18 Corrective Thinking participant
“Thank you for letting us talk about how we feel and talk about our own opinions.”
-2017-18 Anger Management participant
“Thank you for teaching the community that there is hope and help for parents of all ages.”
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“Thank you staff for being really great and understanding. You do not judge our past and help to better our future. Thank you!”