The Prevention Alliance of Loudon County

 

Building stronger communities through youth education and awareness

Reduce

 

Reduce and eliminate youth use of drugs, alcohol, and tobacco products

Promote

 

Promote community involvement

Educate

 

Provide educational resources to youth about the dangers of alcohol, tobacco and substance abuse. Provide signs with current retail sale regulations to local businesses.

Strengthen

 

Strengthen community partnerships and prevention strategies

What is Prevention

The Role of the Community

Reduce

 

Reduce and eliminate youth use of drugs, alcohol, and tobacco products

Recognized Community Partners

Launched Community Cares program for COVID-19 resource awareness

Educate

 

Provide educational resources to youth about the dangers of alcohol, tobacco and substance abuse. Provide signs with current retail sale regulations to local businesses.

Provided 50 portable, home lock boxes to secure medications

Participated in DEA’s National Drug Take Back Days in April and October 2019

Distributed 400 cards that highlighted permanent drop off locations for unused/unwanted medications

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Portable Home Lock Boxes

Recycled Rx bottles

Disposed of pounds of drugs

4mg doses of Narcan issued

Promote

 

Promote community involvement

Social Media Reach

Social media posts reaching 440 youth in the community about the dangers of alcohol, tobacco and substance use.

Distributed Redline Cards to promote the tobacco cessation hotline.

In collaboration with the Health Department, we created an additional presentation requirement for the tobacco cessation class

Strengthen

 

Strengthen community partnerships and prevention strategies

Lenoir City Police Department
530 US Hwy 321 N
Suite 200
Lenoir City, TN. 37771

Loudon City Police Department
100 Cedar Grove St.
Loudon, TN. 37774

Loudon County Sheriff’s Office
12680 US-11, #1
Lenoir City, TN. 37771

CVS PHARMACY
570 Highway 321 North
Lenoir City, TN 37771

It is the policy of  The Prevention Alliance of Loudon County to comply with Federal and State mandated Title VI legislation for the purpose of ensuring that its services do not discriminate against people because of  their race, color, national origin or limited English proficiency.

This project is funded under a grant contract with the State of Tennessee Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services

CONTACT US:

530 US Hwy 321N, Suite 304
Lenoir City, TN. 37771
tpaloudonco@gmail.com
865-816-8445