Making Tippecanoe County a safer and healthier place to live, learn, and work.
It's Red Ribbon Week!
This year's festivities take place October 19-25, 2014
Click here to view our list of fantastic community sponsors, and to download a list of
Red Ribbon Week activities.
Don't miss our youth led Town Hall Meeting
on Underage Drinking and Youth Substance Abuse
Tuesday, October 28th at 6:30pm
Klondike Library in the Tempest Room
Tippecanoe County high school students have conducted community research and will present social conditions in society that influence youth to view drug and alcohol use positively. We also look forward to hearing from a panel of speakers from Wabash Valley Alliance and a local recovery home who will address community attitudes related to substance abuse.
Please join us for our November Meeting:
Wednesday, November 5th, at 4 p.m.
100 Saw Mill Road, Lafayette
First Floor Conference Room
We will be hearing from a local high school resource officer, Casey Frazier, on youth drug trends observed in Tippecanoe County.
October Meeting minutes are now available on our website. Please review them prior to attending the meeting, as paper copies are no longer available.
Many thanks to these Recovery Month 2014 Community Sponsors:
State Representative Sheila Klinker
Wabash Valley Alliance
Know Our Community
One of many areas of need we are focusing on is the problem of prescription drug abuse. To most effectively address this harmful and life-threatening problem we need to understand how it is taking place in our community. We are asking that you would take a few minutes to help us learn what you know is going on in Tippecanoe County. The Data Needed is here.
Another way to better know our community is to have simple conversations with the people we see every day. By asking questions in casual conversation and letting us know what you learn, you will help us in promoting a safer and healthier community where you live! Talking Points here to help you initiate these conversations.
Responsible Retailer Spotlight
The Drug-Free Coalition would like to recognize the following businesses for exercising responsible business practices in our community:
Thank you for your dedication to making our community a safer, healthier place!
Looking to educate yourself on the dangers of synthetic drug use?
Couldn't join us for the Town Hall Meeting with Dr. Peter DeBenedittis?