Members of the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention Team are a critical part of the Orange Partnership for Alcohol and Drug Free Youth. This group of Orange and Cedar Ridge high school students are trained and empowered to advocate for alcohol and drug free lifestyles for youth throughout the Hillsborough and rural Orange County area.
Are you an alcohol and drug free student interested in educating peers and adults, promoting alcohol and substance abuse awareness, and sharing your voice with key community and school leaders? No matter what your skill or interest, there is a place for you.
Contact: Gayane Chambless at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information
ADAPT members raise awareness of the dangers of underage drinking and substance abuse with other students, key community leaders, and members through a variety of events, presentations and media.
ADAPT members and Partnership staff talk to community members at Last Fridays about the dangers of alcopops.
Orange High School students proudly list things of which they are Above The Influence.
Red Ribbon Week 2013: ADAPT members get specific about how youth and adults can prevent underage drinking during Red Ribbon Week.
We are thankful to Freedom House Recovery Center for providing administrative support for our fundraising efforts. When donating online, please be sure that Orange Partnership is selected from the Program section.
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Orange Partnership for Alcohol and Drug Free Youth
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Tipline calls are anonymous and confidential and may be used to prevent illegal activities before they occur.
The Safe Homes Network is a community of parents and other adults who have pledged NOT to provide alcohol, tobacco or other drugs to youth. They are promising to make reasonable efforts to ensure that youth are not obtaining or using these substances in their home or on their property.
The partnership gives network members a directory of others who have signed the pledge. We will also keep members
up-to date on the issue of youth substance abuse through a bi-annual e-newsletter where you can learn how to encourage others to join our efforts. Click the button below to join the Safe Homes Network. For more information, contact Gayane Chambless at email@example.com. You can also check out the conversation on our Facebook page.