Mount Clemens Community Coalition for Youth & Families

Mount Clemens Community Coalition for Youth & Families

Mission

The mission of the Mount Clemens Community Coalition is to prevent and reduce substance abuse in our City through education and awareness activities. Our goal is to create a safe, healthy community by building and supporting strong families and neighborhoods. The coalition is comprised of community members and local leaders representing 12 sectors of the community who are committed to reducing drug abuse.

External LinkDrug Take Back Day

The National Prescription Drug Take Back Day aims to provide a safe, convenient, and responsible means of disposing of prescription drugs, while also educating the general public about the potential for abuse of medications.

Take Back Days are held in April and October at the Wilson Gym, 58 S. Wilson, Mount Clemens.

Video DocumentReal Talk Dialogue Day

Organized by the Coalition and T3, Real Talk is an opportunity for students to speak freely about issues that affect them. Community partners are invited to sit in and listen. Action plans are created to provide adults guidance to help resolve these issues.

More Information on T3 

Volunteer

The Coalition meets on the fourth Wednesday of the month at 3PM in the Media Center at Mount Clemens High School.

If you wish to join us, contact Chairperson, Roger Bunton or Vice-Chair, Patrick Linabury

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Help is Available!

If you or someone you know is suffering from addiction, abuse, depression or thoughts of suicide, you are not alone. Get the help you need.

National Suicide Prevention Line

1-800273-8255

Suicide Prevention Hot Line

 

CARE of Southeast Michigan

Substance and Personal Abuse