About ALL Together
WE ARE YOUR NEIGHBORS AND WE ALL CAN HELP
ALL Together is a community resource for prevention, treatment, recovery and advocacy of substance misuse and suicide. We envision an Upper Valley region where all people are safe, healthy, supported connected and valued.
WHO WE ARE
We are a regional coalition made up of diverse stakeholders. Our goal is to reduce the harms of substance misuse and prevent suicide in the Upper Valley region. Our volunteer members are from all sectors of the community: Safety and Law Enforcement, Health and Medical, Community and Family Supports, Education, Business, Government, Faith leaders, Media, Parents and Youth. We invite all community members to join us in our work.
WHAT WE DO
Using a data driven and evidence based process we engage all sectors of the community in building awareness around alcohol, tobacco and other drugs (ATOD) and risk factors of suicide. We create and deploy comprehensive strategies to target and reduce the harms of ATOD and to prevent suicide in our region.
HOW WE DO IT
ALL Together is a work-group of the Upper Valley Public Health Council (UVPHC) and we are housed in the Community Health Improvement Department at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center (DHMC). Our strategy is to develop a robust regional prevention capacity by maintaining a coalition at the regional level while simultaneously supporting the development of local coalitions.
ALL Together Board Officers:
Bob Sherman, Board Chair
Matt Herbert, Board Vice Chair
Lyndsay Porreca, Board Secretary
Emily Musty, Board Officer Alternate
Kimberly Knowlton-Young, Board Officer Alternate
ALL Together staff members:
Angie Raymond Leduc, Coordinator
ALL Together, Drug Free Communities Coalition
Bridget Aliaga, Coordinator
ALL Together, Substance Misuse Continuum of Care
Greg Norman, Director
Community Health Improvement at Dartmouth-Hitchcock