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Troy Community Coalition's Incredible Kids:
The Troy Community Coalition recognized 47 children this year at the 14th annual Incredible Kid Recognition.  Adults from the community nominated children between the ages of 5 and 12 who made a positive impact in their school, church, home or community. Nancy Morrison, Executive Director of the Coalition and Officer Gail Jasak from the Troy Police Department presented  each child's accomplishments. Mayor Dane Slater, Superintendent of Troy Schools, Dr. Richard Machesky, State Senator Marty Knollenberg, State Representative Martin Howrylak, Oakland County Commissioner Wade Fleming and Kappy Trott on behalf of her husband Congressman Dave Trott, greeted the children in a reception line. Incredible Kid Recognition was started as a form of prevention to show young people that the community cares about them and wants them to grown up healthy and drug-free.
Birmingham Bloomfield Youth Action Board Students Attend
CADCA Conference

Kelly, Jessica, Kaitlyn and Leanne working hard at a National Youth Leadership Initiative training session working on "Mission: Possible" for their community.

Third Annual Royal Oak Health and Wellness Expo

Holistic Health & Wellness Expo

Royal Oak Community Coalition's Health and Wellness Expo drew over 500 attendees!  See the video for a recap of events.
The Greater West Bloomfield Community Coalition Presents
Keeping Watch: Heroin in Our Community 

Keeping Watch: Heroin in our Community
Watch as Amy Strauss, Community Relations Specialist from Henry Ford Hospital hosts a panel discussion about heroin, its effects, and the growing concern of the drug spreading its way into the West Bloomfield community. Amy is joined by Lisa Kaplan from Henry Ford Maplegrove Center, Dr. Michael Feld from the emergency department of Henry Ford West Bloomfield, Chief of Police Michael Patton, and Dave, a recovering addict.
Youth Mental Health First Aid Training
Youth Mental Health First Aid is designed to teach parents, family members, caregivers, teachers, school staff, peers, neighbors, and other caring citizens how to help an adolescent (age 12-18) who is experiencing a mental health or addictions challenge or is in crisis.

Upcoming training sessions:

April 18, 2015
Springview Community Church in Davisburg from 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

To register, contact the Holly Area Community Coalition at (248) 328-3135.


April 18 and May 16, 2015
Birmingham Public Schools Admin & Education Building from 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
To register, contact Leanne McKenzie at the Birmingham Bloomfield Community Coalition.

For more information, email
Lisa Berkey
More information: visit
North Oakland Community Coalition
More information: (248) 546-7622 or
visit Royal Oak Community Coalition
Tar Wars Tobacco-Free Program
The Troy Community Coalition has collaborated with Beaumont Hospital in Troy to present TAR WARS to 5th grade students. 
Tar Wars is a tobacco-free education program for fourth- and fifth-grade students. The program is designed to teach children about the short-term health effects and image-based consequences of tobacco use, and about being tobacco free by providing them tools to make positive decisions regarding their health and promote personal responsibility for their well being.
Third Annual North Oakland Community Coalition
Family Fun Color Run/Walk
Click here to register

Check our events calendar for details about topics and speakers presented at the
monthly FAN meetings

Alliance of Coalitions for Healthy Communities
(248) 221-7101
1075 Featherstone  Pontiac, MI  48342