Working collaboratively with other community coalitions, local police, businesses, residents and the South Lyon school district we are determined to make a positive impact on our youth. The core of of efforts is to bring programs that help our youth make healthy life choice that prevent drug and alcohol use.
Catholic Charities of Southeast Michigan (CCSEM) has served the community since 1947. As a nonprofit organization, it provides comprehensive professional services to empower families and individuals to achieve a healthy quality of life.
Each year the agency serves Hispanic clients throughout Oakland County through the La Casa Amiga location.
CARE is a non-profit substance misuse prevention and treatment agency in Macomb County.
The Michigan Poison & Drug Information Center is the only nationally accredited poison control center serving all residents in the state of Michigan. Specialists in Poison Information can be reached around the clock and every day of the year by calling 1-800-222-1222. Board-certified clinical toxicologists are available to consult with healthcare providers caring for poisoned patients who are being cared for in medical facilities in Michigan. Community education outreach services and resources are available by request on our website or by calling the Poison Helpline.
DWIHN are a healthcare safety net organization that provides access to a full array of integrated services that facilitate individuals to maximize their level of function and create opportunities for quality of life.
The Leelanau County Family Court Diversion/Prevention Program is a support program for Leelanau County youth, 17 years or younger, who may be at risk for involvement with the juvenile justice system. Prevention programs utilize a Risk and Protective factor model in addressing issues while promoting positive youth development. Diversion is a referral program that allows certain first-time offenders accused of non-violent crimes an alternative to formal court involvement.
Drug Free Muskegon County works to reduce substance abuse by acting as an organizing body for over 50 community organizations such as schools, health care providers, law enforcement, government organizations, and civic leaders, as well as business and youth. Our dynamic data-driven approach to identifying issues and developing initiatives to prevent drug abuse in Muskegon County is nationally recognized.
Jamie Daniels Foundation grants funds to support community partners that provide programs, resources, and solutions that address the ongoing drug epidemic in our country. The foundation also advocates for legislative change as it relates to drug use and prescribing. Our primary focus is on children, young adults (up to age 24), and their families who are battling Substance Use Disorder through three key initiatives: Prevention, Recovery, and Stigma Reduction.
Nurture the Future – a program of The Guidance Center – provides free resources and preventative education in the Downriver area to develop strong families and inspire and assist parents as they raise children.
We are a community mental health agency covering Manistee and Benzie Counties. We offer children’s services as well as school based prevention programming
The CAP Council seeks to reach the entire Livingston County community with our prevention message through: community outreach, professional development, and parent and child caregiver education. Our programs include trainings on child sexual abuse prevention, the impact of childhood trauma, and infant safety topics including safe sleep and how to safely cope with frustration from infant crying. We also provide safe sleep materials to new parents and infant caregivers in our community.