What we do

Prevention partners with schools, families, organizations and community groups to reduce risk factors and increase protective factors. This is done through the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration's (SAMHSA) Strategic Prevention Framework (SPF). The SPF process consists

Livingston County

The LIvingston County Prevention Office is located at 4612 Millennium Drive, Geneseo, NY. Rachel Pena is the Prevention Director. EVENTS

Chemung County

The Chemung County Prevention Office is located at 650 Baldwin Street, Elmira, NY 14901. Erin Doyle is the Prevention Supervisor. The Clubhouse is a program sponsored by Chemung County prevention services. Information about the Clubhouse is available

Tioga County

The Tioga County Prevention Office is located at 72 North Ave., Owego, NY 13827. Christina Olevano is the Prevention Supervisor. EVENTS


CASA-Trinity has Coalitions in each of the communities that are served. Coalitions are made up of key stakeholders within the community that have a passion for substance abuse prevention. The goals of the Coalitions is to

Livingston County

HCTC (Healthy Communities That Care) is a community based coalition aimed at bringing the community together to implement strategies to reduce youth alcohol and drug use. All sectors of the community are represented and anyone is

Chemung County

Drug Free Community Coalition of Chemung CountyThe Coalition's mission is to prevent and reduce the use/abuse of underage alcohol, tobacco, illicit drug use within Chemung County by reducing risk factors and increasing protective factors. The Coalition

Tioga County

Tioga County Allies in Substance Abuse Prevention (ASAP) Coalition's mission is to engage communities in an effort to understand, prevent and reduce youth and community substance abuse through collaborations that inspire community change. In two


COVID-19 SEL RESOURCES Below are evidence-based programs that are offered for schools at CASA-Trinity. Most of the programs listed below are excellent recommendations for a SEL curriculum: NAME OF PROGRAM Grades Served Notes LifeSkills 1st -

Parents & Adults

COVID-19 RESOURCES Research consistently shows that parents, are the number one influence for kids when it comes to making choices about drug and alcohol use. The most common reason that youth cite for why they don't

40 Development Assets

Building Blocks for Raising Healthy Children and YouthSince its creation in 1990, Search Institute's framework of Developmental Assets has become the most widely used approach to positive youth development in the United States. Background: Grounded in

Alcohol and Drug Info

No one ever wakes up suddenly and decides to become addicted to a substance. Addiction happens over time and is dependent on how the drug(s) changes the brain chemistry. The Prevention department recognizes that from time


Why should you be concerned about underage drinking? Parents should talk about alcohol and drinking with their high school seniors long before they leave for college. Research has found that teens whose parents talked with them


Marijuana Core Measures for Youth, Livingston County, 2004-2016 2004-2016 Youth Data Total All Grades  2004 2008 2010 2012 2014 2016 Lifetime Marijuana Use None None None 23% 17% 17% Past 30 day use 13% 9% 9%

Prescription Drugs

Youth Prescription Drug Core Measures: All Years 2004-2016 Youth Data Total All Grades 2004 2008 2010 2012 2014 2016 Past 30 Day Use 1% 2% 1% 2% 4% 3% Perception of Risk 85% 87% 83% Perception


COVID-19: Protocols and Prevention resources Normalizing substance use for young people jeopardizes the health and wealth of our communities. And it is wrong. It is that simple. Below are resources to Substance Abuse Prevention activity and

Tip Lines

Law Enforcement Tip Lines:Bradford County, PA: email; Sheriff's department: (904) 966-6161, 1-877-847-3784 or text BCSOTIPChemung County, NY: online; email; Elmira City Poilice: (607) 271-HALT (4258)Livingston County, NY: online; Sheriff's department: (585) 243-7100Steuben County, NY: Sheriff's department: (844) DRUG-TIP (844-378-4847)Tioga County, NY:

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Clinic Locations

Teen Programs

CASA-Trinity offers programs specific to teenaged youth. Please click on the link(s) below to access the programs for teens: Livingston County Chemung County Tioga County ATI

The Clubhouse

The Clubhouse is youth focus and youth driven. The clubhouse provides a safe, friendly and fostering place for young people in recovery or at-risk for addiction to develop social skills that promote long-term health, wellness, and a


TeenSpace is a safe harbor for 6th-12th graders to hang out after school. Snacks, games and activities are available in a supervised, healthy, engaging and entertaining atmosphere. TeenSpace is open after school on school days except for special events.


We are social beings. Interactions with others make us feel good and help us to learn more about ourselves. We learn kindness, tolerance and how to be assertive from other people. Under normal situations, we learn

SEL Links

Below are some links for Social Emotional Learning. If for some the link does not work, please let us know by filling out the form below. PODCASTS imagine neighborhood Mind Yeti Spotify | Stitcher Mind Yeti Vimeo


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