The Campbell County Drug Free Alliance originally began in 2007 as the Southern Campbell County Coalition (SCCC) when key community partners accomplished the task of uniting local agencies to address youth substance use prevention in Campbell County. In 2011, the coalition decided that there was a need to stretch its prevention services county-wide to accommodate the growing membership that included community members from throughout the county. This new county-wide coalition now included the northern cities, and thus, the Campbell County Drug Free Alliance (CCDFA) was formed.
Today, 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.
Second Wednesday of each month
Meetings take place at the DAV office in Cold Spring, Kentucky.
The meetings are open and all are welcome to attend.
WHAT WE DO
Prevention In Action
Prescription Drug Drop Box
CCDFA partners with law enforcement to promote the nine drop box locations in Campbell County and National Prescription Drug Take Back Day.
Prescription Drug Lock Boxes
CCDFA offers personal lock boxes to the community as a way to keep prescription drugs safe and secure.
Project Sticker Shock
CCDFA partners with local alcohol retailers to place stickers on multi-pack alcoholic beverages. The aim of this project is to reach those individuals over the age of 21 who legally purchase alcohol and provide to minors.
CCDFA provides parents, youth and the community information on alcohol and other drugs, effective strategies for talking about substances and local resources for treatment and recovery
Server Training in Alcohol Regulations (STAR)
CCDFA has provided free scholarships to staff working in Campbell County restaurants and bars.
Town Hall Meetings
CCDFA has hosted several town hall meetings on various substance abuse issues plaguing the Campbell County Community.
CCDFA provides high school youth with the opportunity to learn more about substance abuse prevention.