Our Nonprofit Partners

    Our programs for nonprofit partners connect the essential efforts of local organizations to science-based resources that can help families. Whether building public awareness with Local Media Partners or convening Community Partners to share resources, our strength as a national organization helps us unite and lift up organizations working to help families in their own communities.

    Our Community Partners

    ACTION Coalition (Tennessee)

    Addiction Prevention Coalition (Alabama)

    Alliance for Healthy Communities (Missouri)

    Be a Part of the Conversation (Pennsylvania)

    Beach Cities Health District (California)

    Boyle County Agency for Substance Abuse Policy (Kentucky)

    Bradley Prevention Coalition (Tennessee)

    Cambria County Drug Coalition (Pennsylvania)

    Carter County Drug Prevention (Tennessee)

    CASA-Trinity (New York)

    Chambersburg Cares (Pennsylvania)

    Coalition for a Drug-Free Batesville (Indiana)

    Community Development Partnerships, Inc. (Texas)

    ComWell (Illinois)

    Cumberland County Rising (Tennessee)

    DeKalb Prevention Coalition (Tennessee)

    Drug-Free Africa (Kampala, Uganda)

    Drug Free Dickson Coalition (Tennessee)

    Early Bird Alliance (Washington)

    Flagler Open Arms Recovery Services (OARS) (Florida)

    Gandara Center Adolescent Substance Use Prevention (Massachusetts)

    Hamilton County Coalition (Tennessee)

    HARBEL Community Organization (Maryland)

    Healthy Chelsea (Massachusetts)

    HOPE Chautauqua Coalition (New York)

    Hope Sheds Light (New Jersey)

    Impact Montevallo (Alabama)

    Maury County Prevention Coalition (Tennessee)

    Lake of the Woods Prevention Coalition (Minnesota)

    LevelUp Fargo (North Dakota)

    Lindenhurst Community Cares Coalition, Inc. (New York)

    Maryland Coalition of Families (Maryland)

    McCall Center for Behavioral Health (Connecticut)

    McShin Foundation (Virginia)

    Mercer Council on Alcoholism and Drug Addiction (New Jersey)

    Midwest Asian Health Association (Illinois)

    Milan Prevention Coalition (Tennessee)

    Milton Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition (Massachusetts)

    MPOWRD for Life (Arizona)

    Nashua Prevention Coalition (New Hampshire)

    Newport County Prevention Coalition (Rhode Island)

    Not One More Alabama (Alabama)

    One Voice for Volusia (Florida)

    Parents Helping Parents (Oklahoma)

    Parents of Addicted Loved Ones (Arizona)

    Partnership for a Drug-Free New Jersey (New Jersey)

    PAVE Prevention Coalition (South Carolina)

    Pennsylvania Alliance of Recovery Residences (Pennsylvania)

    Prevention Alliance of Dyersburg & Dyer County (Tennessee)

    Portland Recovery Community Center (Maine)

    PYDONEFAMILY Coalition (Pennsylvania)

    Pyramid Life Center (Paradox, NY)

    Reach Out (California)

    Renville Alliance for the Prevention of Alcohol and Drugs (Minnesota)

    Rise Above Colorado (Colorado)

    Roselle Everett Hatcher Prevention Coalition (New Jersey)

    Southwest Behavioral and Health Services (Arizona)

    Speak Up About Drugs (Arkansas)

    Speak Up for Ben, Inc. (Pennsylvania)

    Stop the Addiction Fatality Epidemic (SAFE) Project US (Virginia)

    Substance Abuse Prevention Collaborative – Chelsea, Revere, Saugus, Winthrop (Massachusetts)

    Sullivan County Anti-Drug Coalition (Tennessee)

    Tackling Youth Substance Abuse, Staten Island Partnership for Community Wellness (New York)

    The Governor’s Prevention Partnership (Connecticut)

    The Samaritan House (New Mexico)

    There is No Hero in Heroin Foundation (Nevada)

    Thrive Family Support (Minnesota)

    Transitions of Dyer County (Tennessee)

    USARA – Utah Support Advocates for Recovery Awareness (Utah)

    Warwick Valley Prevention Coalition (New York)

    Williamson County Anti-Drug Coalition (Tennessee)

    Wings of Recovery Network, Inc. (Florida)

    York Opioid Collaborative (Pennsylvania)

    Youth Think (Oregon)

    Our Local Media Alliance Partners

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    March 2017