- As of August 6, 2018 we have collected 5,285.0 POUNDS of expired/unused Rx medications with the Medication Drop Box located at Stratford Police Department. For more information on Stratford Medication Drop Box, click here.
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As of October 1, 2014, the Town of Stratford Youth and Family Advisory Board has been awarded a Drug Free Communities grant by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) in the amount of $125,000 a year through September 2019. The goals are to increase community collaboration and reduce underage drinking and marijuana use among youth ages 12-18 years. For more information, click here.
Community Services is collaborating with Bridgeport Neighborhood Trust to bring home-buyer education to Stratford families. Please click here for information on several upcoming orientation sessions.
The Center for Family Justice’s free and confidential services for victims of domestic violence and sexual violence are now available at the town’s Birdseye Complex. The CFJ and Town of Stratford announced the opening of a satellite office here on April 22, during Sexual Assault Awareness Month. The CFJ will have staff at Birdseye on Mondays from 2 to 6 p.m.
was developed by young people in CT who are in recovery from mental
health and substance abuse issues. This website includes a Q&A
guide, personal stories, video and discussion forums so you can connect
with other teens and young adults. Turning Point CT -- Guiding the
search for mental wellness.
Town of Stratford Partnerships For Success Committee has released their
2010-2014 Info Brief, summarizing their successful efforts in reducing
underage drinking among youth in Stratford. To view the PFS 2010-2014
Info Brief, click here.
As of October 19, 2013, Stratford residents can now safely and properly dispose of their unused, unwanted or expired medications without endangering the environment or water supplies. A medication drop box is located in the lobby of the Stratford Police Department at 900 Longbrook Avenue. Medications can be dropped off any time, day or night. Please click here for more information.