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Current FPP Programs and Projects

Parents Who Host Lose the Most: Don’t Be a Party to Teenage Drinking

“Parents Who Host” is a public awareness campaign to provide parents with accurate information about the health risks of underage drinking and the legal consequences of providing alcohol to youth. Read more...

National Drug Take Back Initiative

These national events are held twice a year in comunities throughout the country to safely collect and dispose of unused and expired medication. FPP has co-sponsored five events to date with over 1,400 pounds of pills and liquids collected. Read more... 

Project Sticker Shock

Project Sticker Shock is a public awareness campaign geared toward preventing underage drinking by informing the community about the Massachusetts laws and consequences of providing alcohol to minors. Read more...

Teen Center

The Partnership provides ongoing support to the Falmouth High School National Honor Society to refurbish the teen center at the Falmouth Recreation Center and to develop a youth council to promote a healthy place for teens and pre-teens to gather. Read more...

Guiding Good Choices

Guiding Good Choices is a five-part workshop for parents or caregivers of children ages 9-14 that helps parents gain the skills they need to effectively communicate and set consistent expectations for their children’s’ behavior. Read more...

Girls Circle Program

The Girls Circle Program is an eight-week program for adolescent girls. The program helps girls with self esteem and celebrates their strengths. Read more...

Falmouth Prevention Partnership Gets Social!