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Member Coalitions

PreventionFIRST! is dedicated to establishing and supporting local, grassroots community anti-drug coalitions in neighborhoods across the tri-state Greater Cincinnati area. Local coalitions are encouraged to join PreventionFIRST! during our annual membership drive, held in June each year. Membership is free and member coalitions receive exclusive benefits, such as membership discounts on state and national anti-drug organizations, technical support on capacity development, discounts on training opportunities, and more.

2016-2017 PreventionFIRST! Coalition

Boone County Alliance

Butler County Coalition for a Healthy, Safe and Drug-Free Communities

Campbell County Drug-Free Alliance

Clinton County H.E.L.P.

Coalition for a Drug-Free Batesville

Coalition for a Drug-Free Brown County

Coalition for a Drug-Free Clermont County

Coalition for a Healthy Community – Oxford Area

Coalition for a Healthy Middletown

Coalition for a Healthy, Safe and Drug-Free Greater Hamilton

Dearborn County Citizens Against Substance Abuse (CASA)

Fairfield Prevention Coalition

Loveland Drug Task Force

Lower Price Hill Caring Connections

Madisonville Weed & Seed Sustained

The Montgomery County Prevention Coalition

Mt. Washington – PreventionFIRST! Action Coalition

Neighborhoods Against Substance Abuse (N.A.S.A.)

Northern Kentucky Alliance

Norwood Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention Coalition

Partners for A Drug-Free Milford Miami Township

Substance Abuse Free Environment (S.A.F.E.) for SW Hamilton County

Stayin’ Alive, Franklin County LCC

Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition of Warren County

Walnut Hills Anti-Drug Coalition

Warrior Coalition

Wyoming Alcohol Task Force

Click Here for Copy of 2016-2017 PreventionFIRST! Full Coalition Directory 

Interested in getting involved in a local coalition?
Persons or groups interested in starting a coalition can contact us at 513-751-8000 or info@prevention-first.org

Coalition Development Webinars

Coalitions Engaging Schools with the 2017 Student Drug Use Survey

 

 


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