NC Empowering Youth and Families Program (EYFP)

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Listen to what Lee Stiles, EYFP Program Assistant, has to say about the benefits of registering your family for our upcoming Empowering Youth and Families Program (EYFP) run through NC State Extension and 4-H. Topics in the 10-week virtual course are centered on improving family relationships, communication skills, substance abuse prevention and decision-making relating to safe choices.

What is EYFP? The NC Empowering Youth and Families Program (EYFP) focuses on opioid prevention education for middle school youth and their caregivers in rural North Carolina. The goals of our program are to reduce youth substance use in rural North Carolina, to improve parenting skills of caregivers to assist youth in making healthy choices, to improve family relationships, and to empower families to lead community change to leverage support for healthier lifestyles within those communities.

Interested in Learning More About EYFP?

Contact Lee Stiles at lastiles@ncsu.edu or (252) 342-8490

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Interested in Joining EYFP? Click here for 2021 EYFP Registration.

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