Vision: The vision is to Strengthen The Resolve Of the Next Generation.
Mission: The mission is to combat substance abuse for the well-being of the community.
Concerned citizens of all ages and backgrounds, living in Kutztown and its surrounding regions pulled together to form Kutztown Strong. The members of this organization are committed to making a difference.
Kutztown Strong wants to help prevent and treat substance abuse in the community and provide a fun and safe environment for our young people to thrive. They are taking stock of the existing resources and are creating new venues where our youth and young adults can express themselves.
For more information, or to join Kutztown Strong, please contact Kathy Metrick at email@example.com or check out their website.
Kutztown Strong & Kutztown Community Partnership
Kutztown Community Partnership has been a fiscal sponsor, governing body for administrative issues, and a supporter of Kutztown Strong in helping Kutztown Strong through endeavors and requesting and receiving grants.
Andy Brett, President
Kelley Neyhart, Vice-President
Jeff Collier, Secretary
Dan Luckenbill, KHS Student Representative
Eric Michael, SAE- KU Student Representative
Melissa Nolte, Chair of Public Relations
Dan Pfost, Chair of Community Research and Resources Inventory
Colin Quinn, KU Student Representative
Ramsi Ross, KHS Student Representative
Hugh Smith, Chair of Education
Melissa Blatt, Chair of Community Options and Activities
Sheryl McKlveen, Mobilizer
2015 Community Leadership Award
This award was presented to Kutztown Community Partnership and Kutztown Strong. "The award recognizes a community-based organization with a proven track record of leadership with regard to identifying the negative consequences of chemical dependency through education, awareness, program delivery, and/or counseling services."
2014 Council on Chemical Abuse Award
Kutztown Strong won the Council on Chemical Abuse Award for the ongoing commitment to the prevention of drug and alcohol use in the community. "This award is given to individuals, organizations, and/or community groups that include prevention specialists, human service professionals, volunteer organizations, or groups working directly in the community to promote resiliency to drug and alcohol use issues and their related problems."