Coalition Corner

The consequences of driving impaired by William T. Hines Jr.

December is National Impaired Driving Prevention Month. Traditionally, beginning in November and throughout the full month of December, an increasing number of Americans take to the roads, traveling to visit and celebrate with friends and family during the holiday season. Often, these holiday celebrations include alcohol service and consumption. Read More...


Vaping problem hasn’t gone away by Diana Mihalcik

Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, the United States was experiencing another pandemic with our youth, a vaping pandemic. As of Feb. 18, there were 2,807 Americans who had been hospitalized due to EVALI (E-cigarette, or Vaping, product use Associated Lung Injury). The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported cases and/or deaths from all 50


Substance abuse prevention starts at home by Greg Neugebauer

October is National Substance Abuse Prevention Month. An entire month is set aside to highlight what is really a year-round and lifelong commitment to preventing substance abuse. Whether it is in our own personal lives or in the lives of our children, we all have a role to play in preventing substance abuse. Read More...


Students are making a difference by Luci McCabe

Growing up here as a teenager has most certainly opened my eyes to problems youth in society face, no matter the size of their community. When some of my peers are vaping, drinking and making other bad decisions, it can be difficult not to cave under the peer pressure. This is a big problem with

Go to Top