Educating people about the truth is more important now than ever. More youth enter addiction through the “Trifecta Gateway” – Tobacco, Alcohol and Marijuana. 90% of those who suffer addiction begin between the ages of 11 and 17.
Designed for girls ages 8-12 (grades 3-8) to learn about setting goals, gratitude, courage, and confidence while experiencing different ways to move their bodies!
Learn what to do in case of an overdose and how to administer the lifesaving, overdose reversal agent known as Naloxone or Narcan.
Assistance Available Year Round
Confused about installation or proper positioning? Get some help and get it right. The best protection for your child in a crash is a properly secured child safety seat. But, despite the importance of proper installation, research shows that 7 out of 10 child safety seats are not installed correctly.
The Empowerment Project is the incredible journey of a crew of female filmmakers driving across America to encourage, empower, and inspire the next generation of strong women to go after their career ambitions. Click to watch the trailer!
This lecture is an eye-opener and will include tips to help live in the real world and less in the cyber world. Seating is limited please register to reserve your seat by January 11th, 2017. Register Now »
REQUEST YOUR TICKETS NOW! Join us at Ramapo College for former NBA player Chris Herren's inspiring tale of descent into addiction, miraculous recovery and his new life mission. Open to the public. This event is sponsored by the Mahwah Municipal Alliance and the SAMHSA grant.
The 22nd annual Mahwah Day celebration is scheduled for Saturday, September 24th at Commodore Perry Field. The MMA booth will be giving away bicycle helmets and holding a raffle.
Support the MMA and give yourself a chance to have the 'Summer of a Lifetime' by winning a brand new Jeep Wrangler 4-door!
This a free 2-night course for female Mahwah residents ages 17-25, who will be attending college this Fall. Space is limited to 45 students, and registration closes 7/22/16.
This year is the 15th Annual Junior Police Academy. This program has established a strong foundation over the years as a long term support for police and community relationship building.
The Mahwah Youth Leadership Academy is targeted at students entering the 8th grade and who have completed the first year of the Mahwah Substance Abuse Program and successfully completed The Mahwah Junior Police Academy.
A meeting for parents of all children registered for either the Junior Police Academy or Youth Leadership Academy. The MMA will provide all needed info and there will be time for Q&A.
This lecture is an eye-opener and will include tips to help live in the real world and less in the cyber world. Seating is limited please register to reserve your seat by April 25th.