Kent County Regional Prevention Coalition


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To all of our members, partner agencies and YOU for helping us spread kindness during COVID and beyond!



On-going Events & Resources:

Meet Our Coalition Leaders

Regional Director

Kathy Sullivan:

Grant Managers

Partnership for Success

 Jane Sullivan:

State Opioid Response

 Cyndi Rego:


Our (Incredible) Community Coordinators


Dana Daverna


Exeter West Greenwich

Paul Mangino, Jr


East Greenwich

Bob Houghtaling

West Warwick

Astrid Meijer, M.Ed, APS


Maureen Gouveia

Help Prevent the Opiate Crisis

Make sure you secure medications in your home

Have a Loved One challenged with Addiction? 

        Seek support - Regular meetings St Lukes E Greenwich

Additional resources those working with children:

  • Sesame Street Series
    • Sesame Street has created a series of videos that include 6-year-old Karli, talking to her friends about her mom's struggle with drug addiction.

  • Camp Mariposas
    • The Eluna Network runs Camp Mariposas in more than a dozen states. They offer a range of online resources for adults who want to help children whose families struggle with addiction. Customized help is also available.

  • The Hazelden Betty Ford Children's Program 
    • This program provides support, education, and care to kids who grow up in a family with alcohol or drug addiction.

  • National Association for Children of Addiction
    • Also known as NACoA, this organization offers a range of resources about the impact of alcohol and drug abuse on children and families. They also offer resources to help build resilience in children.

  • SAMHSA's Opioid Treatment Program Directory
    • The Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) is a branch of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. National Helpline [1-800-662-HELP (4357)] is a free, confidential, 24/7, 365-day-a-year treatment referral and information service (in English and Spanish) for individuals and families facing mental and/or substance use disorders. 


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