What is the Community Anti-Drug Coalition of Jackson-Madison County?
The Community Anti-Drug Coalition is Jackson-Madison County is part of the over 5000-communkty Anti-Drug Coalition of America (CADCA)
The Coalition is dedicated to reducing substance abuse among youth in our community through citizen involvement.
Who are members of the Community Anti-Drug Coalition?
The Membership is made up of citizens just like you who are interested in improving the lives of youth by helping to create a safe, drug-free, healthy community.
What does the Coalition do?
- Community information meetings
- Partner with law enforcement and courts
- Public awareness trends
- School and community initiatives
- Education programs for students and parents
- Resources for churches, schools and health care providers
The mission of the Community Anti-Drug Coalition of Jackson-Madison County is to engage all sectors: government, business, schools, medical, families, and community resources, in recognizing the importance of attending to the needs of our young people in order to promote their development of healthy and drug-free lives.
Food for thought...
"A child who reaches age 21 without smoking , abusing alcohol or using drugs is virtually certain never to do so." (Joseph A. Californo Jr., CASA)
How do you become involved?
Simply attend a Coalition meeting.
When does the Coalition meet?
Second Tuesday of each month at 3p.m. at the Jackson-Madison County Regional Health Department on North Parkway.
Who do I contact for more information?
Community Anti-Drug Coalition of Jackson-Madison County
74 Directors Row, Jackson TN 38305