Roy Communities That Care

Roy Communities That Cares is teaming up with Parents Empowered to create fun and engaging murals that teach our youth about the harmful effects of underage drinking on an undeveloped brain. These murals will be placed in the Roy Boys & Girls Club gym. Stay tuned for the upcoming date!

Parents are the #1 reason kids don’t drink? Believe it or not, teens still listen to their parents! Kids who regularly eat meals with their family (at least five times per week) are 33% less likely to use alcohol. Roy CTC will host their 4th annual National Family Dinner night in September 2020, with free dinner, games, activities and resources for families. We hope you’ll join us!

Roy CTC and Weber Human Services offer classes to strengthen families and our community. Classes are intended for adults who want to be better prepared to help other adults or youth who may be experiencing a mental health or substance use related crisis.

Adult Mental Health First Aid: June 12th 8 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Youth Mental Health First Aid: May 8th 8 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Classes are held at Weber Human Services: 237 26th St., Ogden

Roy CTC is looking for people like you. Be a voice and join their team of Roy citizens that are committed to strengthening our youth and community! Share your ideas!

For more information, to register for a class, or questions
regarding the Roy CTC, contact Samantha Tilton at


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