Promoting a safe, healthy, substance-free community for youth
Clark County Partners in Prevention is dedicated to raising awareness concerning substance use disorder and empowering our community members to create solutions through partnerships.
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WE CAN CREATE AN IMPACT
Drug Free Community Goals
Reduce use of substances among youth
Increase youth perception of harm of substances
Increase perception of peer disapproval of substance use
Increase perception of parental disapproval of substance use
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About Us

We are a group of dedicated community members focused on working collaboratively to address and prevent our community’s misuse of substances. We come from all walks of life, experience levels, educational backgrounds and lifestyles. If you are passionate about seeing change in our community then there’s a place for you in our coalition.

We operate under the Drug-Free Communities Grant and we are a member of the Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America (CADCA). Through CADCA our coalition has access to the best evidenced-based strategies, research, and coaching to assist us in meeting our goals.

Check out the winners of our 2022 Anti-Vaping Calendar Art Contest

Why Are We Concerned?

Local Data

  • 23.7% of students tried smoking a cigarette
  • 45.8% of students tried an electronic vapor product
  • 52.7% of students had at least one drink of alcohol
  • 12.2% had binged drank
  • 37.2% had used marijuana
  • 18.4% had been offered, sold, or given an illegal drug on school property
  • 19.75 had taken a non-prescribed pain medication or misused it

Data from: 2019 Youth Risk Behavior Survey
Clark County Partners in Prevention uses evidence-based prevention strategies to reduce substance use in youth.

Our Vision

To strengthen collaboration among community sectors to reduce substance misuse among youth and over time reduce substance use among adults.

Get in Touch

EMAIL
lhoylman@mckinleyhall.org

PHONE
937-328-5300 ext. 121

ADDRESS
2624 Lexington Avenue Springfield, Ohio 45505


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