Drug Take Back Day

Our Community Cares


Our Community Cares is an effort lead by the Prevention Alliance of Loudon County to show thanks to the first responders and medical health providers during the Coronavirus pandemic.

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I feel like a lot of people need something to hold on to, some kind of hope that things are going to get better.

Vicki Cowell, TPALC Program Coordinator

MLK Day of Service




October 2019 Drug Take Back Day

Partnering with the Lenoir City Police Department, The Prevention Alliance of Loudon County and Align9 collected prescription medications from the community so these pills do not end up in the hands of our youth.

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Overdose Prevention Awareness

April 2019 Drug Take Back Day

Red Ribbon Week 2019


Red Ribbon Week is the largest drug-abuse prevention campaign in the nation. TPALC participated in Red Ribbon Week at Lenoir City High School.



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


530 US Hwy 321N, Suite 304
Lenoir City, TN. 37771