Category Archives: Prevention
2017 Washington County Speaks Survey Report Here are some of the conclusions from the 2017 Washington County Speaks Survey conducted throughout Washington County. For the full report click here. Most adults tend to think youth drink alcohol primarily due … Continue reading
On April 7th, prevention specialists, Marissa Scullion and Ramona Cholak-Jenks, presented information on the dangers of drugs, alcohol, and tobacco at the Girl Scouts’ annual “Scout for a Cure” This event was taken place at the Washington Crown Center Mall. … Continue reading
March is Gambling Awareness Month – Have the Conversation about Problem Gambling This month we are going to educate you with a fact a day about gambling. Most people can gamble responsibly, go to the casino just the same as … Continue reading
The Opioid Task Force is asking for your thoughts on addiction. Please take a moment and click on the Take our survey button and take the survey.
Washington Drug and Alcohol Commission, Inc. (WDAC) Board of Directors has approved ten $2,000.00 grants to those interested in doing a prevention program/activity in our county. Please download the RFP by clicking the link below, complete and e-mail to Tammyt@wdacinc.org. All grants … Continue reading
Thank you for taking part in the National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week® (NDAFW). We hope that you were able to learn some new things about drugs and about our county. We are excited to see what the next PAYS … Continue reading