Mission Statement: To promote a Safer and Healthier Community by reducing the problematic use of Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs in Franklin County.

Upcoming Events

October 25, 2014 Above the Influence Week: October 20-24, 2014. Check out daily posts on our Facebook page. Go to LINKS on this page and look for Stayin Alive on Facebook.

October 31, 2014 October is National Medicine Abuse Awareness Month. Teen prescription drug abuse is more than an emerging problem. One in 5 teens abuse Rx medications each year, and next to marijuana, the most common illegal drugs teens abuse are prescription medicines. Every day, almost 2,500 teens abuse these drugs for the first time. Be part of the solution. Lock up your meds, keep track of your medicines, and properly dispose of them when they’re no longer needed. Drop off your unused, unwanted and expired medicines in the prescription drug drop box located in lobby of the Franklin County Security Center. For your convenience, this location is accessible 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Who We Are
Stayin' Alive is a group of concerned citizens and business leaders in Franklin County that was founded in 1990.

The organization consists of people from all aspects of the community, that have come together to form a partnership between the private and public sectors of Franklin County to increase the awareness of the Substance Abuse issue throughout our county, as well as, try to educate all citizens in the community about this issue and the effects it causes. PREVENTION/EDUCATION. LAW ENFORCEMENT. TREATMENT. stayin alive

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