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What are Substance Abuse Prevention Partners?

Prevention Partners work to educate and support individuals and communities to prevent the use and misuse of drugs and the development of substance use disorders. Substance use and mental disorders can make daily activities difficult and impair a person’s ability to work, interact with family, and fulfill other major life functions. Because mental and substance use disorders are among the top conditions that cause disability in the United State, preventing mental and/or substance use disorders or co-occurring disorders and related problems is critical to behavioral and physical health. Prevention and early intervention strategies can reduce the negative impact of substance use and mental disorders in America’s communities.

Parents have a significant influence in their children’s decisions to experiment with alcohol and other drugs

One of the most influential factors during a child’s adolescence is maintaining a strong, open relationship with a parent. When parents create supportive and nurturing environments, children make better decisions. Though it may not always seem like it, children really hear their parents’ concerns, which is why it’s important that parents discuss the risks of using alcohol and other drugs.

If you are a parent or a youth looking for more information about prevention programs in your community, we have Prevention Partners here to help you.

To locate a Prevention Partner near you simply click on the county tab below

Prevention Partners Contact Information

Please click on the County tab to find the Prevention Partner serving your community.
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Drug Free Charlotte County

1445 Education Way, Charlotte, FL 33948

(941) 815-7743

www.drugfreecharlottecounty.org

FY 19-20 Annual Report

Drug Free Collier

5775 Osceola Trail, Naples, FL 34109

(239) 302-6717

www.drugfreecollier.org

FY 19-20 Annual Report

Drug Free DeSoto Coalition

310 W Whidden Street, Arcadia, FL 34266

(863) 993-1333

www.drugfreedesoto.com

FY 19-20 Annual Report

Drug Free Hardee

303 W. Main Street, Suite 1, Wauchula, FL 33873

(863) 767-0401

www.drugfreehardee.com/asapp

DF 19-20 Annual Report

Drug Free Hendry County

(Serving Glades County)

1140 Pratt Blv, LaBelle, FL 33935

(863) 673-404X143

www.livepositive863.com

FY 19-20 Annual Report

There is no operational Coalition in Highlands County

Hillsborough County Anti-Drug Alliance

2815 Henry Avenue Suite B-1, Tampa, FL 33610

(813) 238-4034

www.hcada.com

FY 19-20 Annual Report

Lee County Coalition for a Drug-Free Southwest Florida

3763 Evans Avenue #202, Fort Myers, FL 33901

(239) 931-9317

www.drugfreeswfl.org

FY 19-20 Annual Report

Manatee County Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition

1112 Manatee Ave. West, Ste. 303, Bradenton, FL 34205

(941) 749-3030 x3491

www.drugfreemanatee.org

FY 19-20 Annual Report

Alliance for Substance Abuse Prevention Pasco

7809 Massachussetts Avenue, New Port Richey, FL 34653

(727) 841-4200

www.baycare.org/services/behavioral-health

FY 19-20 Annual Report

LiveFree! Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition

1900 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Street South, St. Petersburg, FL 33705

(727) 545-7564

www.operationpar.org

FY 19-20 Annual Report

StandUp Polk

621 South Florida Avenue, Lakeland, FL 33801

(863) 802-8777

www.inneractalliance.org

FY 19-20 Annual Report

Sarasota Behavioral Health Strategic Planning Work Group (Drug Free Sarasota)

1750 17th Street J-2, Sarasota, FL 34234

(941) 366-5333

www.fsos.org

FY 2020 Annual Report