Bucks Promise for Youth and Communities

Bucks Promise for Youth and Communities

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Thursday, November 11, 2010

BUCKS COUNTY MEDICATION DISPOSAL

Turn in your UNUSED, UNNEEDED OR EXPIRED medications for SAFE disposal. Free and Anonymous

Saturday, November 13, 2010, 10am – 2pm

Collection Details:

· The program is anonymous – no questions asked
· Prescription and over-the-counter solid dosage medications, i.e. tablets and capsules accepted
· Liquid medications, inhalers, creams, ointments, nasal sprays and pet medications also accepted
· Intravenous solutions, injectables and needles will not be accepted
· Illicit substances such as marijuana or methamphetamine are not a part of this initiative
· Empty solid medications into clear bag & bring them to drop-off location for disposal; keep liquids in original container

Help protect our youth and environment by safely disposing of medications at one of the local drop-off locations listed below

Questions??? Please call TODAY, Inc. 215-244-7607 ext. 231

Drop-off Locations in Bucks County:


Bensalem Township:
CVS Pharmacy
3943 Hulmeville Road
Bensalem, PA 19020

CVS Pharmacy
3811 Neshaminy Boulevard
Bensalem, PA 19020

Bristol Township:

Bristol Twp. Building Auditorium
2501 Bath Road
Bristol, PA 19007


Levittown Public Library
7311 New Falls Road
Levittown, PA 19055


Buckingham Township:
Buckingham Twp. Police Dept.
4613 Hughesian Dr. - Lower Level
Buckingham, PA 18912


Doylestown Borough:
CVS Pharmacy
160 S. Main Street
Doylestown, PA 18901


Doylestown Township:
Doylestown Hospital
Old ER Entrance at West Wing
595 West State Street
Doylestown, PA 18901


Dublin Borough:
Dublin Borough Police Dept.
119 Maple Avenue
Dublin, PA 18917


Falls Township:
Falls Township Police Department
188 Lincoln Highway
Fairless Hills, PA 19030


Hilltown Township:
Hilltown Township Municipal Building
13 W. Creamery Road
Hilltown, PA 18927

Lower Makefield Township:
Lower Makefield Twp Police Dept
1100 Edgewood Road
Yardley, PA 19067


Lower Southampton:
Lower Southampton Twp. Bldg.
1500 Desire Avenue
Feasterville, PA 19053


Morrisville Borough:
Morrisville Borough Hall
35 Union Street
Morrisville, PA 19067


New Britain Township:
New Britain Twp. Police Dept.
207 Park Avenue
Chalfont, PA 18914


Newtown Township/Newtown Borough:
Newtown Twp. Municipal Bldg.
100 Municipal Drive
Newtown, PA 18940


Northampton Township:
Northampton Public Library
25 Upper Holland Road
Richboro, PA 18954


Penndel Borough:
Penndel Borough Police Dept.
300 S. Bellevue Avenue
Langhorne, PA 19047


Perkasie Borough:
Perkasie Borough Police Dept.
311 South 9th Street
Perkasie, PA 18944


Plumstead Township:
Plumstead Police Dept.
5186 Stump Road
Plumsteadville, PA 18949


Quakertown Borough:
Quakertown Police Department
35 N. 3rd Street
Quakertown, PA 18951


Richland Township:
Richland Township Police Dept.
229 California Road
Quakertown, PA 18951


Springfield Township:
Springfield Township Building
2320 Township Road
Quakertown, PA 18951


Telford Borough:
Telford Borough Hall
122 Penn Avenue
Telford, PA 18969


Tullytown Borough:
Tullytown Borough Hall
500 Main Street
Tullytown, PA 19007


Upper Makefield:
Upper Makefield Police Department
1076 Eagle Road
Newtown, PA 18940


Upper Southampton:
Southampton Estates
238 Street Road
Southampton, PA 18966


Upper Southampton Police Dept.
939 Street Road
Southampton, PA 18966


Warminster Township:
Warminster Township Police Dept.
401 Gibson Avenue
Warminster, PA 18974

Ann’s Choice Retirement
10000 Ann’s Choice Way Warminster, PA 18974

Warrington Township Building:
852 Easton Road
Warrington, PA 18976


Warwick Township:
Warwick Township Building
1733 Township GreeneJamison, PA 18929

Monday, October 4, 2010

Featured Partner: Bucks County Family Support and Resource Coalition

"Supported families are healthier families”


MISSION: To utilize the collective power of child, youth and family support entities to educate, share resources and create greater awareness in our community, of the needs that families have for support outside of formal services.

We are a group of non-clinical resources, supports and services that have come together to work collaboratively towards our common goal of supporting families. It is our hope that we can pool our individual resources and strengths in order to better serve families.


Current Participating Agencies:

X-Site, NOVA, Youth Aid, Plant A Seed, Coffee House, Voice and Vision, Planned Parenthood, LIFE, Pro-Act, NAMI, Magellan, Family Friends, Big Brothers/Big Sisters, Child and Family Focus Respite


For more information please contact: Karen Plummer at:215-442-1599 ext. 205, karenp@voiceandvisioninc.org

Tuesday, June 1, 2010

Featured Partner of the month: A Woman’s Place



Vision: A Woman’s Place envisions a society in which all individuals are safe in their intimate and familial relationships and have the space to thrive and develop to their full potential.

Mission: Place (AWP) is a feminist, community-based social change organization committed to ending intimate and familial violence for all.

We do this by:
1) Enhancing safety for victims, families, and communities;
2) Securing justice for victims;
3) Engaging the community and building its capacity to respond to and prevent domestic
abuse and violence, and;
4) Working to change institutions, systems, and individual practices that condone and
perpetuate violence and abuse.

Contact Information:
Administrative Office: 215-343-9241
24-Hour Hotline: 1-800-220-8116
Website: www.awomansplace.org
http://awomansplaceblog.wordpress.com
www.facebook.com/awomansplace

Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Peace Week Bucks County- update

Peace Week begins April 22 and comes to a close May 2. There are many exciting events, activities, workshops, dialogues and films you will want to be a part of. Join our colleagues from A Woman's Place, The Rainbow Room, The Greenshire Arts Consortium, Bucks Promise, LYFT, The Bucks County Committee for Interracial Harmony and The NAACP.

Up coming events:
April 22- Vigil Against Violence, Core Creek Park, Langhorne, 5:30
April 23- Peace Week Kick-off, Oxford Valley Mall, 6:00
April 24- Healing Trauma, The Peace Center, Langhorne beginning at 10:30 am
April 24- Playing for Change, George School, 7 pm
April 25- Lost Boys of Sudan, Family of God Luthern Church, Buckingham (rt. 202 off of 413) at 4 pm
April 26- Finding Peace through Sound, The Peace Center, 102 W. Maple Ave. Langhorne at 7 pm
April 27- Random Act of Violence, Buxmont UU Church, Street Rd. 7 pm
April 27- Peace and Spiritually discussion & Art Opening, Salem United Church of Christ, 186 E. Court Street, Doylestown beginning at 6 pm
April 28 - Pray the Devil Back to Hell, BCCC Bristol Campus, 7 pm
April 28 - Allies at Work, Lenape Middle School, 6 pm
April 29 - Building Bridges, A Dialogue on Race, Yardley Friends Meeting, 7 pm
April 29 - Pray the Devil Back to Hell, BCCC Perkasie
May 2 - Closing events, Greenshire Arts Consortium

Check out the full calendar of events from Quakertown to Bristol at: www.peaceweekbuckscounty.org

For more information contact: Nate Harlow, The Peace Center, 215-750-7220

Monday, March 29, 2010

Peace Week Bucks County 2010.

The mission of Peace Week Bucks County 2010 is to promote the importance of peace and non-violence in schools and communities and to empower youth against violent behavior.

This is the seventh year for Peace Week in Bucks County. The Peace Center along with Bucks Promise for Youth and Communities (a countywide consortium of community coalitions, health and social service agencies and other organizations) is coordinating the Peace Week efforts this year.

Peace Week Bucks County began in 2003 when Brandon Wolff, a high school senior who started SAVE R US (Students Against Violence Everywhere Are Us), and Natalie Kaye, a former Community Mobilizer of the Central Bucks Cares community group, organized a coalition of 12 organizations and 2 school districts to coordinate a county-wide series of events to promote non-violence in schools and communities.

Several school districts and agencies are participating this year in Peace Week Bucks County 2010. Activities and events that have been scheduled will encourage nonviolence in schools and communities. Click here to see attached document of scheduled events.

All events are free and open to the public.

Tuesday, January 5, 2010

Featured Partner of the month: Lenape Valley Foundation




Our Mission:
To partner with members of our communities encountering mental health, substance use, intellectual or developmental challenges as they pursue their personal aspirations and an enhanced quality of life.

Located in Doylestown, PA, the staff members of Lenape Valley Foundation have provided compassionate assistance and hope to thousands of children, adults, and families in Bucks County for over half a century. Lenape Valley Foundation has excelled in its ability to provide a comprehensive behavioral health system proudly serving individuals within the service areas of mental health, mental retardation and early intervention services to our neighbors and friends in Bucks County. We offer more than 30 high quality crisis, clinical, case management, rehabilitation and residential programs to provide the comprehensive resources critical to those persons with a severe mental illness, intellectual disability, or developmental disability. These individuals and their families have found hope, renewed spirit, a revived sense of dignity, and the opportunity to live a full and productive life by joining with Lenape Valley Foundation on their journey to recovery.

For more information visit www.lenapevf.org or call 215.345.5300