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Partnership for Alcohol Safety

Serving:Iowa City
Description:The PAS is a campus-community coaltion that started in 2009 whose mission is to identify and advocate for strategies that reduce high-risk drinking and promote a vibrant downtown in Iowa City. PAS is co-chaired by the Mayor of Iowa City and the University of Iowa Vice President for Student Life. Membership includes City of Iowa City elected officials, University of Iowa students, administrators, faculty and staff, bar and restaurant owners, downtown business owners, law enforcement, substance abuse and public health professionals, ambulance and emergency room personnel, the Iowa Alcohol Beverages Division, and other caring community members committed to our mission. 1/16 Contact Tanya Villhauer
Address:University of Iowa
249 IMU
Iowa City, IA 52241
County: Johnson
Telephone:Phone # 319-335-3557

PMP Taking Action Against Substance Abuse

Serving:Pottawattamie County
Description:Weloome to PMP-Taking Action Against Substance Abuse (Partners for Meth Prevention) We are a community coalition comprised of members from the Pottawattamie County/Greater Omaha Metro area. PMP is committed to providing education about methamphetamine and increasing awareness that substance abuse shatters lives and destroys communities.3/15 Contact: Lorelle Mueting
Address:515 E Broadway
Council Bluffs, IA 51503
County: Pottawattamie
Telephone:Phone # 712-325-5628

Positively Spencer Youth

Serving:Spencer Clay County
Description:Positively Spencer Youth (PSY),established in April of 2005 is made up of students, parents, and community members who want to make a difference with Spencer youth. The goal of the group is the change the attitudes toward substance use and abuse through prevention, with a strong emphasis on information and environmental strategies. PSY hopes to provide the best tools and knowledge for making positive life choices. In partnership with the community and school, PSY provides fun, safe and healthy activities and education for everyone. The coalition is overseen by an executive committee; and consists of a director, an AmeriCorps member, and many volunteers working on tasks that fall under five subcommittees. 4/15
Address:PO Box 1118
Spencer, IA 51301
County: Clay
Telephone:Phone # 712-580-7233

Power Up Youth! Coalition

Serving:Hamilton County
Description:By working together to affect and protect the lives of our youth, we will secure the future for Hamilton County, making it a safe, healthy community in which all youth have caring adults, substance abuse free safe places, healthy starts, marketable skills, and opportunities to serve.12/15 Contact Kathy Getting
Address:501 Bank Street Ste 4
Webster City, IA 50595
County: Hamilton
Telephone:Phone # 515-835-2429

Poweshiek County Healthy Choices Coalition

Serving:Poweshiek County which includes Brooklyn, Montezuma, Grinnell
Description:The Poweshiek County Healthy Choices Coalition (PCHCC) coordinates efforts and individuals to provide awareness, programming and information to children, youth and adults which empower them to make healthy lifestyle choices.
8/15 Contact Patty Hinrichs
Address:210 4th Avenue
Grinnell, IA 50112
County: Poweshiek
Telephone:Phone # 641-236-2385

Prevention 5

Serving:Howard County
Description: Prevention 5: Howard County Substance Abuse Coalition was created in the fall of 2010 in order to effectively address alcohol, tobacco and illicit drug prevention in the county. The coalition actively works to educate the public on the negative impact substance abuse has on the county. Coalition members use press releases, annual town hall meetings and annual prescription drug drop off events as a way to bring substance abuse related topics to the forefront. The coalition also meets with local elected officials to review current policies and/or discuss the benefits of passing local ordinances to continue decreasing substance use and abuse in the county. 2/16 Contact: Jennifer Kimber
Address:805 East Main Street
Decorah, IA 52101
County: Howard
Telephone:Phone # 563-387-1720

Priority #1 of Dickinson County

Serving:Dickinson County
Description:Our Vision: That everyone in Dickinson County accepts that all children are our responsibility. A collaborate effort exists to meet the needs of all children and families.
Our Mission: We are committed to positively impacting the lives of all youth, families and
individuals. Our coalition values youth as a positive members of the community and the importance of
families and all contributions made to promote a healthy community.1/16 Contact: Angie Mitchell
Address:800 21st Street
Spirit Lake, IA 51360
County: Dickinson
Telephone:Phone # 712-336-5281

Promise Partners-Pottawattamie County's Alliance for Youth

Serving:Pottawattamie County
Description:Promise Partners is an infrastructure umbrella organization used to oversee state and local initiatives in Pottawattamie County. The purpose of Promise Partners is to mobilize the community to organize a single county-wide plan for child safety, family stability, and positive youth development. Promise Partners has a community coalition that acts as the planning committee that meets on a monthly basis. The coalition engages representatives from Department of Humans Services, Juvenile Court Services, education agencies and schools, elected officials, law enforcement, early childhood, private and public health agencies, substance abuse treatment and prevention, private human service providers, non-profits, civic and faith-based organizations, business, parents, youth, and community leaders.7/15 Contact: Patricia Russman
Address:300 W Broadway Ste 213
Council Bluffs, IA 51503
County: Pottawattamie
Telephone:Phone # 712-255-9920

RC Rail (Rural Communities Rising Above the influence in Linn)

Serving:Linn County: Mount Vernon, Lisbon, and Central City
Description:We serve three towns in rural Linn County. We focus on reducing alcohol, tobacco, marijuana, and other drug use among youth through collaboration, education and policy change.
8/15 Contact: Kassy Rice
Address:525 Palisades Road SW
Mount Vernon, IA 52314
County: Linn
Telephone:Phone # 318-895-8845

Ringgold County Safe Coalition

Serving:Mount Ayr, Diagonal, Kellerton, Redding
Description:Ringgold County SAFE Coalition was founded in 2005 and was certified as a SAFE community and a Community of Promise in 2007. The Ringgold County SAFE Coalition sustains their efforts through Decat grant, SPF SIG funds and private donations to provide substance abuse awareness activities as well as positive and healthy alternative activities to youth and families in Ringgold County. The Coalition is made up of stakeholders in the community and anyone that wants to provide awareness and activities that are positive in our community. Ringgold County SAFE has incorporated SPF SIG (Strategic Prevention Framework State Incentive Grant) priorities and strategies. The SAFE Coalition has provided leadership throughout the county for preventing underage drinking. 9/15 Contact:L Jodi Haley
Address:400 E Monroe Street
Mount Ayr, IA 50854
County: Ringgold
Telephone:Phone # 641-344-3585

RSVP of North Central Iowa

Serving:Cerro Gordo, Hancock, Winnebago, Worth Counties
Description:Responding to priority community needs by providing meaningful purposeful volunteer opportunities for persons 55 and over where their experiences, knowledge, skills, time, and wisdom make a difference. 3/15 Contact Molly Anderegg
Address:500 College Drive,
Mason City, IA 50401
County: Cerro Gordo
Telephone:Phone # 641-422-4303

Siouxland CARES About Substance Abuse

Serving:Woodbury, IA; Dakota, NE; Union, SD
Description:Siouxland CARES is a community anti-drug coalition whose mission is to eliminate the abuse of alcohol and other drugs and its related violence. CARES was formed in 1987 and is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organization. Services provided by Siouxland CARES include: coordination of effective substance abuse prevention strategies, collection of substance abuse data, coordination of ongoing awareness, education and media campaigns, facilitation of positive youth development programs that include youth leadership and skill building, and utilization of effective environmental strategies to reduce underage and binge drinking. 7/15 Contact: Linda Phillips
Address:101 Pierce Street
Sioux City, IA 51101
County: Woodbury
Telephone:Phone # 712-255-3188

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