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, March 1, 4 p.m.
1st Floor Conference Room
100 Saw Mill Road,  Lafayette   
February Meeting Minutes  are available on our website.  Please review the minutes   prior to attending the meeting.

We will hear a verbal report from Superior Court III and Tippecanoe County Drug Task Force

Guest Speaker:  Sgt. Grant Snyder, Lafayette Police Department

For a complete list of upcoming meetings and events please
Medication Take Back Event

Saturday, March 4
10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Lafayette Police Department Training Center
1301 South Street, Lafayette

Safely dispose of your unwanted or unused prescription and over-the-counter medications at the take back event sponsored by the Lafayette Police Department and the Drug-Free Coalition of Tippecanoe County. Needles will not be accepted. 

Drug-Free Coalition Receives Purdue University 2016 Exemplary Community Partner Award

The Drug-Free Coalition received the Purdue University 2016 Exemplary Community Partner award and a $1000 check during half-time at the Men's Basketball game on February 14, 2017.  It is an honor to receive this award.  Thank you to Purdue University!     

Purdue presents this award annually to an organization that provides opportunities for their students to expand their education by sharing in the great work of that organization.   The Coalition was nominated by a student for his/her work with Donna Meloy, Asset Building Specialist, in providing alcohol and drug prevention programs to local students in grades 6-8.  This is the student's statement about the impact of working with our Asset Building program:  

"The Tippecanoe County Drug-Free Coalition enhances my education by providing an avenue to use my knowledge for the good of others.  After teaching dozens of classes and talking with hundreds of middle school students, my passion for community outreach has blossomed and will not be quenched."
Representative Spotlight
Janie Zeh

Each month the Drug-Free Coalition will spotlight one of our six 2016-2017 RISE representatives.  RISE stands for Role Models Impacting Student Excellence.   Click here for more information about the RISE program and the 2016-2017 representatives.    

Janie Zeh is a Senior at Harrison High School. She was nominated by her Assistant Principal, Jerry Galema, who describes Janie a a person who always displays integrity, has a positive outlook about all situations, is a natural leader, and always puts TEAM ahead of personal success.  

Janie is a three sport athlete at Harrison in soccer, swimming, and tennis.  She has served as co-captain of the swimming team.  Her coach describes her as a leader by example and a great role model for those around her.  Outside of school Janie works as a swim camp instructor, a babysitter, and she is active in her church.  

If you would like the above  poster for your school or business, please contact Jennifer Swartz at 765-471-9916 or

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