Bringing the community together to make a change
There are a number of challenges facing our community in regards to alcohol, drug and tobacco use prevention. Our vision is for the Campbell County Community to be an alcohol, tobacco and other drug-free environment and culture for its youth.
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The Campbell County Drug Free Alliance meets the second Wednesday of each month at 9 a.m. virtually via Zoom. Please send us an email for meeting details. T
TAKE A STAND
Youth from all over the country are dealing with the pressures of partaking in alcohol, tobacco and other drug activities. Campbell County Drug Free Alliance is here to help.
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Who We Are
The Campbell County Drug Free Alliance is a diverse group of community members that share a common desire to focus on youth substance use prevention in Campbell County. The coalition directs its efforts on prevention, education, reducing drug access and availability, and policy change.
Now HIRING PROJECT COORDINATOR
Campbell County Drug Free Alliance, Inc. is seeking a full-time Project Coordinator to assist withmanaging and streamlining prevention efforts of the Campbell County Drug Free Alliance. It is the mission of the coalition “to build community partnerships that create an environment and promote a lifestyle free of alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs for Campbell County youth so they can pursue safe, healthy, responsible, and productive lives.” The coalition employs primary strategies aimed at increasing community collaboration and reducing adolescent substance use in the Campbell County, Kentucky area. This is a grant funded position.
Why we care
of 10th grade students in Northern Kentucky (NKY) used alcohol at least once in the last 30 days.
of 12th grade students in NKY smoked cigarettes at least once in the last 30 days.
of 10th grade students in NKY used marijuana at least once in the last 30 days.
of 12th grade students in NKY used narcotics of prescription drugs in the last 30 days.
of 10th grade students in NKY consider marijuana either “very easy” or “sort of easy” to get if they wanted some.