SRSLY Chelsea is pleased to introduce its new Special Projects Coordinator, Kate Ankenbauer. In this role, Ankenbauer will implement programs and strategies that focus on youth mental health and substance abuse issues. She will work closely with SRSLY volunteers, who play an integral part in … Read more
Scroll through the PDF above to learn about the data and risks of youth alcohol use. Plus, there’s a list of resources to help you talk to your kids or find additional support.
Online Comics Camp for Middle School Students Learn how to make your very own comics from professional cartoonist Jerzy Drozd! Any level of artists are welcome to attend. Who: Open to students entering grades 6-8 in the 2020-21 school year When: Mondays, June 22-August 10 … Read more
Scroll through the PDF above to learn about the data and risks of youth marijuana use. Plus, there’s a list of resources to help you talk to your kids or find additional support.
This month’s video is focused on peer pressure. How do you respond when someone offers you drugs or alcohol? Project Success Counselor Mrs. Buckhannon shares some tips in the video above.
The SRSLY Coalition has made the decision to cancel SRSLY Cinema for Summer 2020. For the past 11 years, SRSLY Cinema has offered free movies to the Chelsea community on Thursday nights during the summer, following Sounds & Sights. This cancellation follows the Centers for … Read more
Each month, SRSLY and Project SUCCESS share a statistic with youth and the community from the Michigan Profile for Healthy Youth (MiPHY) survey. SRSLY Check Your Stats: Alcohol 83% of Chelsea High School students have not drank alcohol in the past 30 days, and 98% … Read more