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Heroin use is on the rise in St. Clair County and disproportionately effects our youth and young adults.  Please see the below video that will help to understand why a person uses.  If you or a loved on has an addiction a great first step is contacting the St. Clair County Community of Mental Health at:

Recent article in "The Voice"



Be a DIGITAL VOLUNTEER! We are looking for 25 people who would be interested in attending the following courses as part of the HSEM Digital Volunteer program. The courses (no cost) offered by the National Disaster Preparedness Training Center (University of Hawaii) will be held during daytime hours in late winter or early spring here in the County. Persons completing these courses will be also invited to participate in the US/Canadian CAUSE IV cross border experiment to be held this spring.

Social Media for Natural Disaster Response and Recovery (8 hours)
This course focuses on the use of social media in disaster preparedness, response, and recovery. The course defines social media and its uses and identifies the tools, methods, and models to properly make use of social media in the context of disaster management and provides the information and hands-on experience necessary to help the participants’ social media disaster plans.

Social Media Engagement Strategies (8 hours)
This course will prepare participants to engage individuals and volunteer organizations through social media, especially in the context of disaster preparedness and response. Through this course, participants will learn how to develop content that engages their audiences and turns their words into action throughout the disaster cycle. Participants will learn about social media engagement techniques, individual and organizational roles in crisis communication and as a Digital Volunteer.

Participant Requirements:
1- Participants must bring a wi-fi enabled device (laptop preferred).
2- Participants must have both a Facebook and Twitter account.
3- Participants must be able to post test messages to these accounts.
For further information or to express interest, please email emergencymanagement@stclaircounty.org or call 810-989-6325.

St. Clair County HSEM Youth Readiness Council

St. Clair County Homeland Security - Emergency Management Youth Readiness Council is now accepting applications for 2016.  This is a great opportunity for youths between the ages of 13 - 17.  Applications must be received no later than April 22, 2016.

The St. Clair County office of Homeland Security - Emergency Management (HSEM) offers a unique opportunity for youths within St. Clair County to serve on a 13 member Youth Readiness Council.  The purpose of this Council allows members to complete self-selected youth preparedness projects; to voice their opinions, experiences, ideas, solutions, and questions on youth disaster readiness with the leadership of HSEM; and to create the Youth Readiness Summit. Being selected to serve on the Council is an honor but it is also a significant responsibility that requires dedication and time-management skills. 

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