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MISSION: We are a coalition of concerned individuals who care about the health and well-being of our children, families, schools, and communities. We strive to reduce those risk factors that lead to alcohol and drug abuse, teen pregnancy, violence and school…

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Your answers will be critical to developing effective programs and policies to prevent alcohol and other drug problems. If you complete the survey, at the end of the survey you will be given instructions on how to enter a drawing to…

Responsible Server Training

Responsible Server Training (RST) is designed to give those who serve or sell alcohol and their employers a comprehensive server-training program without demanding hours of time. Those who complete Responsible Server Training will: Learn how alcohol affects the brain. Be…

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February is Recognized as Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month

  Many people think of domestic violence and unhealthy relationships, and likely think of adults. Unfortunately, teen dating violence is much more common than people think.  Adolescents are especially vulnerable to dating violence as many are entering relationships for the…

Children of Addiction Awareness Week

The week of February 14th marks the Children of Addiction Awareness week, formerly known as Children of Alcoholics Awareness week, a campaign led by The National Association for Children of Alcoholics (NACoA) to raise awareness of children affected by parental…

New Year, New Start!

New Year’s Day symbolizes fresh starts and new beginnings. People use January as a benchmark to reprioritize their lives, and with the unique challenges that last year brought, many of us are looking ahead with even more fervor. Something that…

February is Recognized as Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month

  Many people think of domestic violence and unhealthy relationships, and likely think of adults. Unfortunately, teen dating violence is much more common than people think.  Adolescents are especially vulnerable to dating violence as many are entering relationships for the…

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Children of Addiction Awareness Week

The week of February 14th marks the Children of Addiction Awareness week, formerly known as Children of Alcoholics Awareness week, a campaign led by The National Association for Children of Alcoholics (NACoA) to raise awareness of children affected by parental…

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New Year, New Start!

New Year’s Day symbolizes fresh starts and new beginnings. People use January as a benchmark to reprioritize their lives, and with the unique challenges that last year brought, many of us are looking ahead with even more fervor. Something that…

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If you use smokeless tobacco which includes chew, snuff, snus, or nicotine pouches and would like to quit contact ACASA’s Community Educator Ann Weaver at 585-593-1920 x713.