Focused On Keeping the East Bay
Healthy and Thriving as a Community
Stronger Together TrainingsThe Stronger Together training helps participants understand,
recognize, & address mental health in their community.
Learn practical tools to talk to someone about mental health,
connect to support, & access additional resources.
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Your Mental Health MattersScan the QR code on the Mental Health Matters signs to
access mental health support, local program information,
or stress reduction resources. The East Bay Prevention
Coalition is distributing these signs throughout the community.
What We OfferHere at the East Bay Regional Coalition,
we offer a multitude of training programs
including Mental Health Awareness,
Strengthening Families and InShape.
These programs are designed to address
public health concerns accross the lifespan.
To learn more about any of
our programs, click the programs
tab above and register today!

Our Coalitions

Who We Are

The East Bay Regional Coalition is comprised of members of municipal prevention coalitions and other community stakeholders from Barrington, Bristol, East Providence, and Warren. We view prevention through a broad lens that accounts for similarities and differences between cities and towns, incorporates holistic health promotion and substance misuse prevention strategies across the lifespan, and coordinates media and events that endeavor to increase collaboration and sustain prevention activities across the region. Click to Learn More

Prevention Programs and Trainings

At the East Bay Regional Coalition we offer several programs and trainings that help educate, inform, and train members of our communities in mental health awareness, healthy life wellness, and strengthening families. We offer live-in person, virtual, or hybrid with a mix of live and virtual. Our programs and trainings are provided to our communities at no cost. Register now for one of these extremely important and beneficial sessions.

For more information and to register, click below!

The Incredible Years is an evidence-based program with over 30 years of research. The goal is to prevent and treat young children’s behavior problems and promote their social, emotional, and academic competencies. Evidence shows the programs have improved behaviors of up to 80 percent of the children of participating teachers. 

East Bay Regional Youth Council

The East Bay Regional Youth Council is a youth-driven group who organize and implement prevention activities in their communities! Starting in 2022, this dedicated group of youth use their knowledge of tobacco prevention to expand their reach to all areas of prevention. Are you looking to get involved & make a difference in your community? Contact us to join the youth council!

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East Bay Regional Coalition

The East Bay Regional Coalition includes Barrington, Bristol, East Providence, and Warren and strives to promote wellness and prevent substance misuse.

Unused or expired prescription medications are a public safety issue. Proper disposal of unneeded drugs saves lives and protects the environment and our overall community. Share this post and start preparing now for the next #TakeBackDay, April 27. www.DEATakeBack.com ... See MoreSee Less
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Throughout yesterday and today, our SOR coordinator, in partnership with Mt. Hope High School’s SAC (matching outfits and all), was able to bring the 2nd round of InShape trainings to the Senior health classes! Not only are we thankful for the partnerships with our local high schools bringing InShape to students right in the classroom, but also to our Student Assistance Counselors for pairing up with us to help educate students on important Prevention topics.RI Dept. of Behavioral Healthcare, Developmental Disabilities & HospitalsRI Student Assistance Services ... See MoreSee Less
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#TakeBackDay is a free event for communities nationwide to properly dispose of old and unneeded medications safely and anonymously. On Saturday, April 27, from 10am-2pm bring those old and unneeded medications to a collection site near you: www.DEATakeBack.comBe on the lookout for more Take Back Day posts with information on where to drop off your medications! ... See MoreSee Less
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People First Language (PFL) is a way of showing respect for people with disabilities by choosing words that recognize the person before their disability. Hope that you will make a difference for those who live with disabilities by using PFL & encourage others to do the same.👩‍🦯👨‍🦼‍💗 ... See MoreSee Less
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Can You Spot the Fake?Never trust your own eyes to determine if a pill is legitimate. The only safe medications are ones prescribed by a trusted medical professional and dispensed by a licensed pharmacist. www.dea.gov/onepill#NDAFWRI Dept. of Behavioral Healthcare, Developmental Disabilities & HospitalsSouth Kingstown PreventionNorth Kingstown Prevention CoalitionEast Greenwich Academy FoundationNarragansett Prevention PartnershipCoventry Substance Abuse Task ForceWarwick Health Equity ZoneWest Warwick Prevention CoalitionWellbeing Collaborative ... See MoreSee Less
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