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

February 1, 2015 National Drug Facts Week! 2015 : Monday January 26th through Sunday February 1st. National Drug Facts Week was launched in 2010 by the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), part of the National Institutes of Health. To counteract the myths they get from the internet, TV, movies, music, or from friends, NIDA scientists want to stimulate events in communities so teens can learn what science has taught us about drug abuse and addiction. About a third of high school seniors report using an illicit drug sometime in the past year; more than ten percent report nonmedical use of potentially addictive prescription painkillers; and more than 20 percent report smoking marijuana in the past month. Many teens are not aware of the risks to their health, to their success in school and the dangers while driving under the influence. When teens are given the scientific facts about drugs, they can be better prepared to make good decisions for themselves and they can share this information with others. We can all do our part by teaching youth the dangers of drugs. YouthQuake will be educating their high school peers with facts and daily drawings with a grand prize awarded on Friday, January 30, 2015.

February 26, 2015 Coalition Meeting at the Works of Mercy at 6:45 pm

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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