A Program of the Center for Family Services
Prevention Connections is a program of the Center for Family Services that provides substance use prevention services with the goal of reducing and preventing substance use among youth, adults and senior citizens living in Warren County. Prevention Connections facilitates evidence-based substance use prevention programs derived from state and federal grants.
What is a coalition?
A coalition is a group formed of different organizations or people who agree to act together to achieve something. The coalitions at Prevention Connections have an alliance with community members joining forces to spread awareness/education on mental health and substance use throughout Warren County.
The Coalition for Healthy and Safe Communities
What We Do:
The Coalition for Healthy and Safe Communities works to create communities that are free from substance use and addiction throughout Warren County. The Regional Coalition delivers prevention education to people of all ages on the consumption of alcohol, tobacco, vaping products, opioids and other illicit substances.
Warren Hills Community Coalition
What We Do:
The Warren Hills Community Coalition (WHCC) delivers prevention education, awareness campaigns and initiatives throughout the Warren Hills school district from grades 5-12. The goal is to reduce the prevalence of substance use among youth and increase an understanding of the dangers associated with substance use.
Director of Prevention Services
Regional Coalition Coordinator
Warren Hills Community Coalition Project Facilitator