City of Longview Partners in Prevention programs have new, updated looks, and the Mentoring Program has a new name, Aspire Mentoring Program. These changes come as the result of an anonymous donor making a contribution earmarked for marketing materials for the mentoring program.
Partners in Prevention Program Manager, Holly Fuller, stated, “We have recognized for some time that Partners in Prevention needed a fresh look. It has been cost-prohibitive up until now. We are very grateful to the donor who is helping make our vision a reality. The logos are now much more cohesive in look and complement the City of Longview logo. Program logos will be unveiled over the next several days on our website and social media sites.”
Partners in Prevention continues to provide the following programs and opportunities to volunteer through the Aspire Mentoring Program, Coalition for Drug-Free Youth, Longview Bridges Out of Poverty, and Unity and Diversity Committee. Each program area has opportunities for community members to engage by participating in monthly meetings, or becoming a trained mentor for the Aspire Mentoring Program.
For more information about Partners in Prevention programs or volunteer opportunities, contact Holly Fuller at 903-237-1019 or emailing PIP@LongviewTexas.gov.