We work with thousands of youth, parents, educators and vested community members providing
parent education, youth programs, professional development, prevention services, after-school
enrichment and various types of family and community support. TTC, established in 1968 and
originally called the Tri-Town Council on Drugs, was organized by concerned citizens to address
youth drug and alcohol abuse. While our service delivery model has adapted for changing times
and needs, prevention and positive youth development continue to be foundational in our work.
TTC has become a community mainstay working with Masconomet Regional School District, Tri-Town Elementary School Union and many tri-town community partners.
Today Tri-Town Council continues to support the evolving needs, concerns and priorities of the community and its stakeholders through cooperation and collaboration with our schools, parents, youth, law enforcement, public health, community organizations, legislators and many local and regional resources.
Tri-Town Council is proud to serve the communities of Middleton, Topsfield
and Boxford for over five decades and counting!
We are laser focused on social and emotional well-being; working with our partners to build the important Assets that all youth need to support and empower their healthy choices, self-esteem and resiliency through childhood, adolescence, growing into responsible, caring, resilient adults.
"Nothing --- nothing -- has more impact in the life of a child than positive relationships.
Relationships are the oxygen of human development."
Our mission is to reduce and prevent at-risk behavior and to strengthen the social and emotional well-being of Tri-Town youth. We collaborate with parents, schools, youth, law enforcement, community organizations and area resources to identify needs and provide proactive solutions which support and empower youth to make healthy and safe decisions.
Through our student workshops, adult education programs, after-school enrichment and sponsored programs, we reach thousands of students, parents & educators each year.