What is Communities That Care?

Communities That Care (CTC) is a risk-focused approach to reducing adolescent drug use and violence through community mobilization and planning. Local citizens and community leaders work together as the CTC for Youth Board to identify the risk factors that increase the likelihood of problem behaviors developing, and enhance the protective factors that can shield youngsters from problems. The risk and protective factors are used to implement a comprehensive plan to step ahead of problems with far-reaching and long-lasting solutions.

The CTC Vision

Cheltenham Communities That Care strives to create a healthy community for youth and families through opportunities and collaboration that decreases risk factors for problem behaviors and promotes positive youth development, academic achievement, healthy decision-making, and strong family bonds.

Cheltenham CTC Service Area

Cheltenham Communities That Care focuses on reducing risk factors for youth in Cheltenham Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.

What's New at Cheltenham CTC

Strengthening Families Program 10-14 is coming to Cheltenham in October 2017! Read more about the program and register today!

Help us keep kids safe and drug free! Learn more about Cheltenham's prescription drug disposal program.

Learn more about Cheltenham CTC's Find Your 25th Hour and Parents Who Host Lose the Most campaigns.

Want to learn more about Cheltenham CTC? See our program flyer and fact sheet.

 

Upcoming Meetings
and Events

Board Meeting

Tuesday, November 14, 2017
9:30-11:30 a.m.
La Mott Community Center