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Great Day at Lebanon Junior High School providing substance abuse prevention materials and information to the students!
Pop Up Prevention at Little Miami High School. Met some great kids today!
The Roll Red Roll movie and dinner event was successful! Thanks to everyone who attended to learn more about the risks of underage drinking, sexual assault, and consent. If you haven’t seen the documentary Roll Red Roll you can find it on Netflix.
Great Day of team building and strategic planning for the coalition at the annual retreat, June 11, 2019.
Fun evening last night at Carlisle’s Early Learning Center end of the year celebration! SAPC sponsored a pop up prevention table and we met lots of wonderful caregivers and kids!
Great Day with the Teen Alliance Council on April 30th at the “We Are The Majority Rally” in Columbus, Ohio. Over 2000 youth from schools all over Ohio participated in the event to show their support of leading healthy, drug free lives!
Lebanon City Police and the Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition collected 150lbs of medications for Drug Take Back Day on April 27, 2019 at the Lebanon Kroger’s! Thanks to the Lebanon Kroger Pharmacy for their partnering efforts.
On March 7, 2019 the Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition partnered with several other agencies to provide a forum on the risks of Juuling and Vaping. Over 60 people attended and the Teen Alliance Council participated on a Q/A panel with other guests.
Coalition members were able to attend Legislative Day in Columbus Ohio on Tuesday February 26, 2019. We were able to meet Senator Steve Wilson and his staff as well as the staff of Representative Paul Zeltwanger to advocate for prevention funding to address the needs in our community regarding Substance Abuse issues.
Great day on Capitol Hill today! Members of the coalition were able to speak to Senator Rob Portman, Representative Steve Chabot and his legislative councilman Erick Harris.
Wonderful opportunity today for coalition members attending CADCA in Washington, DC to hear the United States Surgeon General speak during the opening ceremony on February 5, 2019.
Coalition members attending SAMHSA’s 15th Prevention Day in Washington, DC February 4, 2019.
Check out the United States Surgeon General’s Social Media Sites! Be sure to follow him.
The Teen Alliance Council met on Sunday, December 9th to learn about the importance of social media and to celebrate the holiday. Little Miami School TAC members collected items for ARCS.
Collected 68lbs of medications from our locations!
Carlisle High School Open House event! Met some awesome staff and parents and provided some prevention materials to them.
The Youth Summit was held on September 14th! The Youth Summit was an opportunity for Freshman in Warren County Schools to experience informational sessions focused on prevention on topics such as: Healthy Relationships, Vaping and JUULING, and Risk/Protective Factors. The Youth Summit was youth-led by the Teen Alliance Council members of Warren County.
Pop Up Prevention Event at Springboro Junior High School tonight! Great crowd of parents and teens seeking information about the risks of drugs and alcohol.
Fun evening participating in Lebanon’s National Night Out on August 7th! Big crowd turned out regardless of the cloudy weather. Sponsored by Lebanon City Police!
We had a wonderful day celebrating the Senior Teen Alliance Council members yesterday and welcoming potential new members for next year. Students learned new ways to handle stress for upcoming exams, got to know each other in fun activities, and looked forward to the future. Thank you to Rachel, Anna, Emma, Alexa, Eric, and Jenne […]
Our annual TAC-giving dinner last night. So thankful for this amazing group of young people! Thank you Little Miami HS for hosting!
Teen Alliance Retreat July 2018 Armco Park
The Teen Alliance Council has done a great job promoting healthy relationships in Warren County schools to recognize Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month. Take a look at some of the messages.
Three Teen Alliance Council Members presented the work of the Council at the VFC Annual Community. They eloquently shared their work and impressed those in attendance! Great job!
Pop Up Prevention at Warren County Career Center today! Thanks to several coalition partners for making this event happen: Project AWARE Warren County, Beechacres Parenting Center, and Warren County ESC. Great opportunity to promote good mental health, drug free lifestyles, and healthy relationships. We met some great students and staff!
Pop Up Prevention this afternoon at Waynesville High School Basketball Event! Violence Free Coalition and the Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition provided educational materials on Healthy Relationships and staying Drug Free. The Teen Alliance Council participated in the event.
A very COLD but productive day for the Teen Alliance Council of Warren County who attended the “We Are The Majority Rally” in Columbus! This event promotes healthy lifestyles by leading drug free lives. Here are some pictures of our day.
Pop Up Prevention at Countryside YMCA today for the Health Fair. A few coalition partners were present as well: Warren County Health Department, Beech Acres Parenting Center, and Solutions Community Counseling and Recovery Centers. Great turn out!
CADCA Mid Year was held in July in Orlando Florida and members of the coalition attended!
Great opportunity for businesses and school districts sponsored by the Solutions Community Counseling and Recovery, Chamber of Commerence, Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition, Project Aware, and Warren County ESC.
OPEC 2018 was held at Miami University in Oxford Ohio! OPEC keynote speaker presented the Surgreon Generals report on Facing Addiction in America.
Awesome Day at the ADAPAO Conference! Lots of Prevention Professionals and some great learning. Coalition Member Tommy Koopman presented several awards.
The Teen Alliance Council of Warren County participated in a Leadership Training today! A big THANK YOU to our facilitator Steve Brady!
A big THANK YOU: Putters Sports Grill Mainville,Broadway Barrel House-Lebanon, Lucky Dog-Mason, Bag of Nails-Mason, Pisanello’s Pizza-Franklin, Franklin Tavern, and A & G Pizza-Franklin who sponsored our coasters for Alcohol Awareness Month! The coasters provide valuable information on low risk drinking guidelines.
Office Kurilko collecting medications.
What a great evening at the South Lebanon Early Learning Center participating in Family Night! We were able to offer Pop Up Prevention for the parents and met a lot of wonderful families. Thanks for having us!!
Great Day in DC at CADCA. Today was Capital Hill Day! We were able to meet with staff from the office of Congressman Steve Chabot to advocate for Substance Abuse Prevention in the state of Ohio along with other agencies and coalitions from Ohio.
Very proud of the Teen Alliance Council for donating 27 pairs of pajamas today to be given to Warren County Children’s Services. The teens chose this as their Christmas service project. Nice job!
Coalition Academy was held at Great Wolf Lodge in Mason Ohio and sponsored by PreventionFirst! PreventionFIRST! will hosted its one day behavioral health prevention regional conference in October 2017. This conference is designed to bring community members and prevention professionals together from Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana to strengthen coalitions and improve the impact of prevention in […]
Domestic Violence Memorial Ceremony October 2017. Teen Alliance Students participated in the ceremony.
A successful day at the Lebanon Kroger for Prescription Drug Take Back Day! Thanks to all the patrons who came out and participated. 140 pounds of unused and expired prescription meds collected compared to 50 pounds collected last year.
Red Ribbon Week projects from Warren County Schools! The Teen Alliance Counsel did an awesome job creating visual reminders of remaining drug free.Lebanon and Springboro TAC students come together on the football field with pledges from their schools to stay drug free, celebrating the end of Red Ribbon Week.