Grove Hall Getting Healthier (GH2) is a partnership project between the Institute for Health Recovery, Inc. (IHR), and Project RIGHT, Inc. (Rebuild and Improve Grove Hall Together). The project is a five-year grant, funded by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration and the Center for Substance Abuse Prevention. GH2 seeks to prevent, and reduce substance use and HIV/STD risks in youth ages 12–17 in the Grove Hall Community.
Grove Hall Getting Healthier GH2 offers an array of services for Grove Hall Youth and their parents. GH2 offers psycho-educational groups that utilize evidence-based curriculums. The groups are offered in recreational centers, and in the middle and high schools in the Grove Hall community. GH2 offers community-based parent workshops, focusing on helping parents better understand substance use and learn how to effectively talk to their kids about alcohol and other drugs. GH2 also offer HIV trainings to raise community awareness on HIV and other STDs. In addition, GH2 staff provides peer outreach and education, case management, community referrals and conduct youth focus events that underscore Grove Hall Getting Healthier prevention messages.
For more information, please contact Phanide Simon-Ulysse, GH2 Coordinator, at (617) 990-2014 or email@example.com