MARCH  Coalition Meeting  

We have a full agenda.  Reports from the Community Education Group; Action Planning Group; Kaizen Process; StandUP Club; and forming a Nominating Committee for June election of Board of Directors Members.  Should you be interested in serving on the TT Board, please contact us at tualatintogether@gmail.com or call 503.431.4151.

Tuesday, March 17th   11:45AM - 1:00PM

Tualatin Police Station Conferenece Room.

8650 SW Tualatin Rd, Tualatin, OR 97062

Lunch will be served beginning at 11:30AM.  

2015 Coalition Meetings:

April 21st 

May 12th

June 16th

July -  Off

Tualatin City Council Looks at Marijuana Ordianances 

The City Council has drafted ordinances for the operation of marijuana facilities in Tualatin.  They have worked hard, within the current regulatory environment, to include restrictions to help reduce the risk to youth. 

The first reading passed with a 4-2 vote with no discussion.  Second reading will be Monday, March 23rd same time and place. 

Here is a link to Staff's proposal of the ordinance they are voting on  -   


A draft letter from the Coalition supporting the restrictions will be discussed at our next Coalition meeting (March 17th) for review by the coalition.


The StandUP Group at Tualatin High School will meet Tuesday, March 17th  from 3:00 - 4:00, Tualatin Swim Center Conference Room -  for a fun productive planning meeting with plenty of food and prizes for all. If you know a Tualatin High student who wants to join this amazing group - let them know about the meeting.  Prizes for bringing guests too!

National Drug Facts Week

National Drug Facts WeekSM (NDFW) is a national health observance for teens to promote local events that use NIDA science to shatter the myths about drugs. This online guide gives you everything you need to plan, promote, and host your NDFW event.

Learn about Drug Facts Chat Day

You Host an NDFW Event January 26 – February 1, 2015
NIDA Provides Free Materials for Teens
& Together We Shatter the Myths About Drugs

Parents have more influence over their child than friends, music, TV, the Internet and celebrities.

Kids who learn a lot about the risks of drugs and alcohol from their parents are up to 50% less likely to use than those who do not.

Help your teen stay safe and make healthy choices by:

  • Talking and listening regularly
  • Making it clear that you do not want him or her drinking or using drugs
  • Being directly involved in your child’s everyday world
  • Setting limits

Find more information at drugfree.org/prevent. [Recources Page]

Tualatin Together is about the Tualatin community working together to educate youth and parents about the risks involved in underage drinking and drug use, reduce the access and availability, and provide positive activities and adult support that will help our youth make good choices.

Alcohol and drug use by our youth is unhealthy, illegal, and can lead to risky behavior such as unwanted sex, violence, and criminal activities. It is also strongly related to poor academic performance, higher rates of auto accidents and youth suicide. Unfortunately, it is a common perception by many youth that alcohol, marijuana, and other drugs are not harmful to their health.

Tualatin Together would love to hear from you as we work towards creating local solutions for local situations.  

Coalition Director            Cyndy@tualatintogether.com 

Admin/Book Keeper        Ali@tualatintogether.com

Outreach Specialist          Zari@tualatintogether.com