Community Prevention Coalitions
Coalitions promote change in community policies and practices, increase community awareness, education, resources and involvement to prevent violence and substance abuse.
Coalition activities include the following campaigns:
- Every 15 Minutes
- Buzzed Driving is Drunk Driving
- Prescription Drug Abuse
- Parents Who Host Lose the Most
If you are interested in participating in a coalition, please contact:
- Erin Viau (Stephenson Office) - 906-753-4240
- Kelly Arnold and Michelle Maskart (Delta Office) - 906-786-4111
Every 15 Minutes
An event designed to "dramatically" show teenagers the potentially dangerous consequences of drinking alcohol.
Buzzed Driving is Drunk Driving
Campaign designed to support not driving while under the influence.
Campaign which promotes serving alternative drinks to alcohol during holiday gatherings.
Prescription Drug Abuse
Coalition activities, presentations and media campaigns which focus on prescription drug abuse.
Parents Who Host Lose the Most
Educates parents about the health and safety risks of serving alcohol at teen house parties and increases awareness of and compliance with state underage drinking laws.
The initiative takes place on state and local levels and concentrates on celebratory times for youth, such as homecoming, holidays, prom, graduation and other times when underage drinking parties are prevalent.
For more information, check out our brochure.