Clark County middle and high school students are invited to participate in Better You BINGO: A Healthy Coping Challenge for Youth by Youth. The challenge begins Tuesday, April 20, 2021, and ends Thursday, May 20, 2021.
Better You BINGO is a free online challenge that invites youth ages 12-19 from the community to participate in a self-paced “healthy coping challenge” that introduces them to or leads them to complete activities focused on healthy coping skills for a chance to win a healthy coping themed PRIZE. Some examples of the challenges include reducing screen time, getting outside, and doing 10+ minutes of movement.
Prevention research consistently shows that youth are less likely to use substances if they have good coping skills, have access to healthy leisure activities, and are in a community that discourages youth substance use.
Better You BINGO instructions and playing cards are online at www.clarkcountystasha.org and on Instagram @ClarkCountySTASHA.
For more information about Better You BINGO: A Healthy Coping Challenge for Youth by Youth, please contact Alaina Green, program coordinator at 360.831.2090 or email@example.com.
STASHA stands for Strong Teens Against Substances, Hazards and Abuse. STASHA Peer Educators are Clark County youth between the ages of 12-19. STASHA educators work to prevent substance abuse among their peers and within their community.