(765) 471-9916

 
100 Saw Mill Rd. STE 2204
Lafayette, IN 47905

Meetings and Events

 

August 15

Prevention in Practice: Builing Communities that Strengthen the Resilency of Future Generations 

12 p.m. - 1 p.m.

SAMHSA Webinar 

Click here to register 

 

August 18

Medication Take Back Event hosted by LPD

10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

Lafayette Police Department

20 N 6th Street, Lafayette

 

August 21

It's a Team Effort:

Creating a County's Overdose Rapid Response Plan 

10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.

Indiana State Department of Health 

Webcast Register here 

 

August 23

Pathways and Solutions 

Tippecanoe County Substance Use Disorder Symposium 

8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Four Points by Sheraton  

1600 Cumberland Ave, West Lafayette  

 

August 26

Overdose Awareness Day Event 

1 p.m. - 2p.m. 

Naloxone Training 

SURF Center 

307 N 10th St, Lafayette 

 

August 26

Overdose Awareness Day Event 

4 p.m. - 6 p.m.

Time of Rememberance 

Munger Park 

3505 Greenbush St, Lafayette 

 

 

August 29

Executive Committee Meeting 

4:00 p.m.

100 Saw Mill Road

1st floor Conference Room 

 

 

September 5

Monthly Meeting 

4:00 p.m.

1508 Tippecanoe Street

St. Elizabeth Central

Room 1141

(enter through lower ramp) 

 

 

October 27

Medication Take Back Event hosted by LPD

10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

Lafayette Police Department 

20 N 6th Street, Lafayette

 

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Parents Who STAY UP Can Help Their Teens Make Safe Choices

 

 

Alcohol is the most abused drug among Tippecanoe County youth in grades 8-12.  It is not surprising that teens face more decisions about alcohol during these years, as this is the time when they begin to spend more and more time away from home.  Buth there is some important information that you may not know...

 

 

You ARE a Powerful Influence in Your Teen's Life

 

Research by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows that teens who believe their parents monitor their behavior are less likely to make decisions that can negatively impact their health, including drinking alcohol.  One possible monitoring practice involves parents' willingness to STAY UP or wake up to welcome their teens home after and evening spent with friends. 

 

 

5 Things You Want Your Teen to Know

 

1.  You do NOT want them to use alcohol or drugs

2.  You care about them

3.  You are well-informed about alcohol and drugs

4.  You are paying attention to what they do

5.  How to get out of a bad situation

 

  • Click here for a list of resources to help you talk with your child about alcohol. 
  • Click here for a list of resources to help you talk with your child about drugs.

 

Parents who reside in Tippecanoe County are eligible for a free Stay Up mug, as well as several resources to help you talk with your teen or young child about alcohol use. Please contact Amanda Hager (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) for more information! 

 

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 2017 Community Epidemiological Profile

Alcohol and Other Drugs in Tippecanoe County: Use & Effects

 


 

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