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YADAPP grant winners
At the conclusion of the YADAPP conference, two different types of grants are awarded to support the implementation and continuation of STAN Plans.


On the last full day of the conference, Teams practice presenting their STAN Plans to their Letter Groups and Youth Staff. Through these presentations and for the teamwork exhibited throughout the week, grants of $250 are awarded to a Team in each Letter Group to aide with funding for their STAN Plan activities.  

Congratulations to the 2019 Minigrant Winners!

  • Boys and Girls Club Team 1
  • Brunswick High School
  • Buckingham County High School Team 2
  • Charlottesville High School Team 1
  • Charlottesville High School Team 2
  • CHILL Team Franklin County 1
  • CHILL Team Franklin County 2
  • City of Newport News Team 2
  • City of Newport News Team 3
  • Eastern View High School
  • Fauquier High School
  • Gar-Field High School Team 2
  • Heritage High School Team 4
  • Highland High School
  • Isle of Wight County
  • Southside Wellness Coalition Halifax County
  • Surry Youth Council Team 1
  • Woodside High School
  • Woodrow Wilson High School Team 1

Wheeler Award

The Wheeler Award was established to honor Morris and Billie Wheeler and is awarded to a Team from the previous YADAPP in recognition of their successful implementation of their STAN Plan. The winner of the Wheeler Award is awarded a $500 grant to be used for continued prevention efforts. The STAN Plan Final Report (SPFR) serves as an application for the Wheeler Award. 

Congratulations to our 2019 Wheeler Award Winner!

Teens Care Too for their plan “Changing Hanover for the Better.” Their STAN Plan focused on the following goals:

  • School policy change to influence consequences of vaping at school
  • Reduce teen vape/e-cigarette users on school property by installing vape detectors in school bathrooms
  • Parent education on the harms of vaping through a parent e-newsletter
  • Teen education on vape/e-cigarettes through health classes

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