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Coalition Meetings

The first Wednesday of each month at 9am

We work to change the culture of substance abuse acceptance in Jefferson County

 
 
THE FIRST WEDNESDAY EACH MONTH AT 9AM

JCDPC

Next Coalition Meeting

Looking for the next Teen Advisory Board Meeting?  Click Here

ABOUT THE COALITION

JCDPC

JCDPC formed in 2007 with a vision of a community that makes substance abuse prevention a priority. JCDPC's work is supported through federal funding, local donors, and volunteers.  JCDPC also partners with community organizations to address substances such as prescription medication alcohol, marijuana, tobacco and other drugs. With support and collaboration from our members and partnerships, JCDPC has become a working force in our county, motivating community members to change the culture of substance abuse acceptance. Due to those partnerships, the coalition was able to sustain itself. JCDPC is now housed withing the Jefferson County Health Department and a collaborative part of the Health Network within the Health Department.

 
 
TEEN ADVISORY BOARD

About TAB

The Teen Advisory Board (TAB) is made up of youth from around Jefferson County. TAB allows teens to develop as leaders in their schools through different trainings and conferences around the country. They take what they have learned and turn it into drug prevention campaigns for their peers.

 If you are interested in being involved with this group, be sure to contact us for upcoming meeting dates or training opportunities at (636)797-3737 ext 142.

STAFF

Prevention Specialist
Prevention Specialist
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Resources

Click below to access our general coalition meeting minutes and our executive board meeting minutes.

Also check out our community calendar to see what is going on and coming up.

Safely dispose of your old or unwanted prescription or over-the-counter medicine.

Why?

 

Prevent these substances from getting into the hands of unwitting youth or those seeking to abuse them.

We have resources available for youth and adults on medicine safety

Did you know that 1 in 5 Jefferson County youth begins drinking at the age of 12?

Have

you talked 

to your

kids yet?

 
 

If you are interested in becoming more involved with the coalition and community please contact us!

 

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