Community Alliance for Youth Success - The Legacy Center for Community Success

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Our Mission

The Community Alliance 4 youth Success collaborates with other youth-serving organizations to build developmental assets, reduce harmful substance use and other risk-taking behaviors, and improve the health and education outcomes of Midland County Youth.

Youth Connections Magazine

Youth Connections Magazine
Today’s youth face challenges that were unforeseen a few decades ago. Youth Connections magazine provides information that helps parents guide their children through the transitional stage of adolescence.


Dump Your Drugs



July 8th kicks off our Summer Pool Party series with a Duct Tape Derby for Middle School Students! This FREE event is for 6th-8th grade students but if your child is an incoming 6th grade student or if they just completed 8th grade, they are welcome to join too! 8-10 pm at Plymouth Pool. We hope to see you there!
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Dump Your Drugs event this Saturday, June 27th at the Farmers' Market in Downtown Midland! We'll be there from 9:00 am - 12:00 pm. ... See MoreSee Less


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  • On your mark get set GO! Preparation for the Ducthellip
  • Friends enjoying spending time together and hanging out by thehellip
  • Duct tape derby races from our Middle School summersplashtacular !hellip
  • The winning team looking proud for the camera! CAYS MidlandMI
  • Hungry swimmers swarm the food station for a quick refuelhellip
  • The SummerSplashtscular Middle School Pool Party was a huge successhellip
  • MIDDLE SCHOOL POOL PARTY TONIGHT! Being your friends and enjoyhellip
  • Hanging out in the pool at last nights SummerSplashtacular poolhellip
  • Some of our YouthCommittee members volunteering their time at ourhellip
  • TONIGHT is the last SummerSplashtacular pool party event for Highhellip
  • HIGH SCHOOL POOL PARTY RESCHEDULED FOR JULY 30th! summersplashtacular caysmidlandmihellip

E-Cigarettes and Youth

a Townhall Meeting for Parents

E-cigarette use among teens tripled in 2014, from 4.5% to 13.4%, and odds are that your teen will be pressured to try them. Studies show that e-cigarettes, or vapes, also may be serving as an entry point to tobacco use for kids who otherwise wouldn't smoke.

The ability to do tricks, as well as tempting flavors like grape and bubblegum, are driving their popularity.

To learn more, please join us on:


Wednesday, October 28
6:30 - 8:00 p.m.

H Hotel, Indigo Ballroom
Midland, MI

Tickets are free, but all attendees
must register online. Register


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