Partnership for Prevention
Previously known as the Portage County Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Prevention Coalition
Who Are We?
Our coalition has nearly 80 community members who work on making a difference in substance misuse prevention. As we work together, we hope to achieve long term cultural change that supports positive adult modeling and decreases the harmful effects of high risk drinking among Portage County residents.
What We Offer:
Our coalition offers educational videos, bi-monthly meetings, community events, and shares national and local data to help keep you informed of alcohol and drug trends.
What we do
Our coalition focuses on awareness, education, and advocacy. Our mission is to build a healthy community by reducing alcohol and other drug abuse in Portage County.
“Success is the sum of small efforts, repeated day in and day out.” – Robert Collier
Need Help Now?
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Since our beginning, the Portage County Coalition for Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention has been proud to serve the Portage County community. We’re committed to not only providing quality resources, events, and services, but going above and beyond to ensure our community achieves a high level of well-being. We welcome you to look through our site to see all we have to offer.
Dead on Arrival: Fentanyl Documentary
This great resource connects the caller to a specialist that can help with their specific needs.
988 or 1-800-273-8255
This 24 hour hotline provides a free resource for emotional health and suicide prevention.
A source that helps to support physical and emotional well being.
A free text-based emotional support service that is
Text HOPELINE to 741741 from anywhere, anytime, about any type of challenge or struggle.
A free resource for locating local facilities and services, such as: detox, interventions, inpatient & outpatient rehab, therapy, and more!