Champions for a Drug-Free Grant County began in 2003, following a meeting of concerned citizens, school personnel, and prevention professionals about youth drug use in Grant County. The coalition began by addressing youth tobacco use, which was of concern. Over the years, the coalition began to broaden our scope to include alcohol, marijuana, and other drugs. (read more)
These resources will help you learn about the latest in substance use news, and find any assistance you may need.
Congratulations to Cori and Haley Finch from Grant County High School for competing at the 2022 International HOSA Leadership Conference in Nashville, TN. for their community awareness campaign about the harmful impacts of vaping. Cori and Haley competed amongst 10,650 students from the United States, Canada, South Korea, China and many more!Read More
During the month of May, Project Sticker Shock will take place throughout Grant County. Bright orange, 3×3 stickers will be placed on cases of beer at participating retailers as a reminder that providing alcohol to minors can result in fines up to $500 or 1 year in jail. End-of-year celebrations and the start of theRead More
In the months to come, many kids and teens will be left unsupervised as their parents return to work or work from home during this pandemic. It is very important that prescription medication is properly stored and disposed of while kids are spending time at home. Here are some quick tips to make sure yourRead More