BHCC thrives due to the work of our volunteers! There are many opportunities for youth and adults to participate.
See below for ways to get involved!

Our next meeting will be held online Tuesday, January 24th.

Attend a Meeting

Attending a meeting is a great way to get a feel for the group and the work we do. BHCC meetings are held the first Tuesday of every other month from 3:00-4:30 pm for all interested in joining Coalition efforts. Our next meeting will be held online Tuesday, January 24th

Check out this brochure (in English or Spanish) for more information.

To attend an upcoming meeting, please contact Jill Sprouse at [email protected]

Become a Member

Interested in joining BHCC? If you live, work, go to school, provide services for, or spend your time in the Burlington-Edison school district region and care about the community, please contact Jill for membership details.

[email protected]

Youth Leadership Opportunities

We offer opportunities for youth in grades 6-12

Become a Member

BHCC supports & promotes healthy environments and opportunities for you to gain skills and recognition. BHCC is actively looking for youth who want to be involved in positive change within their community to join the coalition’s members and leadership team. Your voice is wanted!

Interested? Contact Jill:  [email protected]

BHCC Leadership

Join the BHCC Executive Team as an officer or memberat-large position and guide the Coalition in strategic projects that support reducing risk factors and building on community strengths and protections.

Interested? Contact Jill: Jill.S[email protected]

BHCC Drug Free Communities Youth Sector Representative

Our BHCC Drug Free Communities Youth Sector representative provides a strategic alliance within the Coalition ensuring youth voices are heard among community partners in an effort to create a safe, healthy and drug-free community for all our youth.

Interested? Contact Jill: [email protected]

Becoming a Member

Who Can Join BHCC?

Anyone with an interest in reducing youth substance use within the  Burlington community is welcome to join! Please download and complete the fillable BHCC membership agreement form, and send it to Jill Sprouse at [email protected].

Those who speak Spanish, parents from within the Burlington-Edison School District area, local business leaders, partners in substance use disorder prevention/treatment, and representatives from faith-based communities are especially encouraged to join us.

Contact

Jill Sprouse

Pillar Supervisor
Engaged Youth & Communities

Email: [email protected]