WhyTry Curriculum

Mary Miller – Toole County BG An assessment with our Toole County school administrators found that a curriculum was needed to serve as a possible platform for Lunch and Learns for 5th through 8th grade students, in two area school districts.  We searched for a curriculum that was Evidenced-Based providing tools and training to motivate …

PAX Good Behavior Game: Bridging the Gap Between School and Home

By Karen Sylvester, Yellowstone County The Substance Abuse Connect coalition and I began working with Billings School District #2 in the spring of 2019. We had several meetings discussing the PAX: Good Behavior Game, what the data showed ,and how the coalition could support them in that implementation. Once the school saw the data and …

Communities That Care buy-in with Evidence Based Programs (EBP)

By: Edward Szczypinski, Gallatin County Communities That Care (CTC) is a model for engaging the community from the very beginning in the prevention process by taking a systemic approach in guiding community mobilization,data-based community profile, developing a focused, long-range community action plan and building on existing resources and filling any gaps, then choosing evidence based …

Dawson County Block & PFS Partner for Drive-In Movie Nights

By: Allison Agostino (BG) & Stacey O’Tremba (PFS) During this difficult time of quarantining Dawson County has really taken to online communication and finding new ways to come together as a community. The Dawson Discussion page on Facebook has become a great resource for community members to share ideas, make plans, and support one another. …