Making Tippecanoe County a safer and healthier place to live, learn, and work.

The Drug-Free Coalition of Tippecanoe County
Invites you to the Monthly Meeting
 
Wednesday, June 7, 4 p.m.
1st Floor Conference Room
100 Saw Mill Road,  Lafayette   

May Meeting Minutes  are available on our website.  Please review the minutes   prior to attending the meeting.

We will hear verbal reports from Purdue Police Department and West Lafayette Police Department.

Members will review the recommendations made by the Plan Oversight Committee for 2017-2018 Grant Applications.

For a complete list of upcoming meetings and events please

Mental Health America of Indiana  Hosts June Regional Training on  Heroin Crisis

Join MHA and the Indiana Intercollegiate Action Network for an important 
discussion on the opioid/heroin crisis - in the community and coming to your campus.  You will hear from state experts, learn the latest data, programs and policies that work, and the chance to network.  
 
CEUs are available!  Through a grant from DMHA, ICAN is able to provide a per diem stipend for the first 40 who register at each training - this will cover your registration fee, lunch, and CEUs.  The stipend will be noted on your registration, no need to bring any documentation with you. Click here to Register. See you in June!

Workshop Trainer:  Dee Owens 
Special Assistant to the Director, Center for Behavioral Health, SAMHSA

June 20th - Merrilville
10:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Indiana Wesleyan
8415 Georgia Street
Merrilville, IN 46410

June 21st - Bloomington
10:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Monroe Convention Center
302 S. College
Bloomington, IN 47403
*also speaking at this meeting Dr. Will Cooke from Scott County

June 22nd - Indianapolis
10:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Renaissance Indianapolis North
11925 N. Meridian St.
Carmel, IN 46032
*also speaking at this meeting Jim McClellan, newly appointed IN Drug Czae and Dr. Will Cooke, Scott County

2017 Celebrate Safely Campaign

During this year's prom and graduation season a number of local bakeries and florists helped us to celebrate safely. These big events can be accompanied by pressure to celebrate in unsafe and unhealthy ways, and we attempt to connect  with those who will be participating in these  major milestones by providing reminders for both youth and their families to make good choices as they celebrate.  

The Coalition would like to extend special thanks to the following area florists and bakeries for using their corsage, boutonniere, and cake boxes to spread a drug and alcohol-free message by participating in the 2017 Celebrate Safely  Campaign.

Julies Flowers
Lafayette Flower Shoppe
 McKinney's Flowers and Gifts
Rubia Flower Market
Sharon's Flowers
Valley Flowers
Payless Supermarket s

Click here to learn more about these businesses.  

Drug-Free Coalition of Tippecanoe County, 100 Saw Mill Road, Suite 2204, Lafayette, IN 47905, 765-471-9916, drugfreetippecanoe.org
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