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What We Do

Drug Free Montgomery County is a diverse, committed non-profit organization representing every sector of our community. This group helps guide the LCC toward achieving significant outcomes related to substance abuse prevention, intervention and enforcement.

Coalition members are led by an executive board and meet bi-monthly to help steer the LCC toward building successful partnerships throughout the community.

The mission of the Drug Free Montgomery County Coalition is to serve as a vehicle for bringing together a cross-section of the community in a countywide effort to address alcohol, tobacco, and other drug (ATOD) issues using multiple strategies across multiple sectors.

The Drug Free Montgomery County Coalition is currently working as the local LCC with administrative services contracted through the Montgomery County Youth Service Bureau. This is to ensure that the mission of drug prevention will remain strong in the Montgomery County community. The current CCP reflects this transition to heighten focus on the most salient problems in the community as well as how to engage more community representatives in addressing the issues.

Click here to read the full Comprehensive Community Plan.


Latest News

Prescription Drug TakeBack

The Montgomery County Harm Reduction Coalition is sponsoring the bi-annual Prescription Drug Take-Back event on Saturday, October 24th from 10 am – 1 pm at the Montgomery County Courthouse parking lot. Bring any unused, unwanted, or expired medications to dispose of for free. If you cannot attend the event, you may utilize the 24/7 drop-off

Overdose Awareness Event

Please join the Recovery Rec Center to help spread awareness, remember those lost, those still struggling with addiction, and those who are overdose survivors. Moment of Silence Remembrance Tree – Bring photos of loved ones lost to overdose. Community treatment providers and resource information will be available. Naloxone (overdose-reversing medication) and Naloxone education will be

FIX: Heartbreak and Hope Inside Our Opioid Crisis

Indiana State Museum to open exhibit on opioid crisis INDIANAPOLIS (Oct. 30, 2019) – The United States is in the middle of a crisis that is impacting our families and communities, with Indiana at the epicenter: opioid use disorder.  This February, the Indiana State Museum plans to talk about it. A new exhibit that has

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