Our mission is to build a healthy and safe community where every youth and family is empowered to succeed.
The Strong Families Program engages families and students (between the ages of 10 and 14 years) and their parents for the pressures that are experience as they transition to middle and high school, growing into adolescents and young adults.
The Triple P – Positive Parenting Program Triple P is an internationally recognised program that gives parents the skills they need to build strong family relationships, manage misbehavior and prevent problems happening in the first place.
The purpose of the Casa Grande Youth Alliance is to mobilize youth to be informed on the greatest challenges and needs of their community and to implement service projects that impact their communities in a positive way.
We offer a variety of community prevention and professional development presentations to a variety of audiences, including youth, businesses, education and social service agencies. We will work with you to meet your training needs.
Our nonprofit based, Prevention Resource Center provides access to information, resources and advocacy support for those seeking prevention services, information on adverse childhood experiences, treatment and recovery resources. How can we help you?
The Casa Grande Alliance meets on the first Monday of the month at 1:00 pm for informative, relevant presentations, networking and to partner on community projects.
The Pinal County Wellness Alliance is committed to improving the quality of life for our communities, through serving as a resource to better communicate, coordinate, and collaboratively work to address issues that bring people into the social support and criminal justice systems and to develop and strengthen individual and community resilience.
We partner with local businesses and organizations for our Prevention Poster Partners program, which helps to make a positive difference by prominently displaying prevention messages and reminders.
Join us for our prevention services-based Community Speaker Series, scheduled for about twice a month. The presentations cover wide-ranging and relevant prevention topics.
Arizona youth and young adults are overdosing at an alarming rate from fentanyl and counterfeit pills laced with fentanyl. Coalition leaders across Arizona created resources to aid communities in preventing and reversing this deadly trend.
The Arizona Adverse Childhood Experiences Consortium has posted a remarkable page of resources for self-care and fostering resiliency in our youth.
Join our nonprofit effort and become part of our community based solution for providing prevention services, spreading the word about adverse childhood experiences and strengthening Casa Grande.
Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals and improve conditions. Your generous donation will fund our mission.
CGA is excited to offer Group Triple P and Triple P Parent Discussion Groups online and in-person. Registration is required with dates available through September.
Limit! 12 parents per workshop