I and everyone involved in Mothers Against Drunk Driving® have so much to be grateful for this holiday season. This year, thanks to supporters like you, we’ve accomplished so much, including: Passing ignition interlock laws for all offenders in Nevada and Oklahoma Proving a free victim service to victims every three minutes Honored more than...
The turkey is brining. The bread is baking. And, across the country, families are gathering to celebrate a time of gratitude and togetherness. But the next few hours may spread more devastation than you realize. It’s Blackout Wednesday, a day known for an increase in alcohol sales and a spike in people heading out to...
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The Collaboration Council announces the availability of mini-grant funding to help community-based organizations deliver activities to middle and high school youth and those under age 21 that will help prevent their illegal use and abuse of alcohol, marijuana, over-the-counter, prescription and/or other drugs. Grants can range from $500 to $1,000; applicants must provide a local match (cash, in-kind) equal to 30% of the requested mini-grant amount. Applications are due by 4:00 p.m., November 2, 2017,. For complete details click on article title.
Offering a glimmer of progress in efforts to quell the worst drug epidemic in U.S. history.
An online database of public and private agencies that connect individuals and families with community services.
The alliance is convened through the leadership and support of the Montgomery County Collaboration Council.
The alliance is funded by the Montgomery County Department of Health and Human Services in partnership with the Collaboration Council.
Pathway to Services Office is a family-friendly telephone referral service to help connect families and their children with emotional and/or behavioral needs to a variety of community resources such as mental health counseling, after-school activities. Call 301-354-4905.