Media Power Youth
Empowering Media Smart Youth & Communities

 

Teacher Training and Curriculum

Violence Prevention Initiative
sponsored by the
NH Dept. of Justice

Upcoming Dates/locations:

UNH Manchester
3/4/2016
Manchester, NH

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North Country Education Services
3/25/2016
Gorham, NH
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Valley Regional Hospital
4/1/2016
Claremont, NH
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Governor Hassan Announces First Model Community

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February 24, 2016

NH DHHS Applauds Recognition of Media Power Youth’s Efforts to Stem Substance Use, Violence, and Other At-Risk Behaviors

NH-Based Media Literacy Program Encourages Children’s Healthy Use of Media

Concord, NH – The New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) is pleased to announce that Media Power Youth is the first New Hampshire organization to be listed on SAMHSA’s (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration) National Registry of Evidence-Based Programs and Practices (NREPP). Click Here for Full Article

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Media Power Youth empowers youth to lead healthy, safe lives through smart use of media. 

Media surrounds us every minute of every day--teaching, entertaining, and connecting us to friends, family, information and new worlds.

When we understand media, how it influences us, and how to produce it in smart safe ways, we are empowered. We are in control.

Based in Manchester, NH, Media Power Youth is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) working locally and throughout the Northeast in collaboration with health and prevention programs, school districts, communities, research institutions, businesses and foundations to provide a continuum of evidence based, health-focused media literacy education for youth, parents, and professionals.

 

Join with Media Power Youth. Together, we can guide: 

Youth to lead healthy, safe lives through smart use of media.
 
Parents to empower themselves and their children to be smart about media and make healthy, safe choices.
 
Professionals to bring evidence-based health-focused media education into schools, programs, practices and communities.
 
 
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