Birth-To-Five- Healthy Alternatives for Little Ones (HALO) is an evidenced-based, developmentally appropriate health education and prevention program for 3-6 year-old children. HALO is designed to provide information to help children build skills for growing up in healthy ways so they become,

“Bigger, Stronger and Better Able to Think!” As well as Parents as Teachers program

Boys and Girls Club of Wayne County– Prevention Plus- A series of substance abuse prevention programs for 6-18 year olds. This includes evidenced based programs such as “Too Good For Drugs”, “Project Alert”, “Positive Action”, “Passport to Manhood”, “SMART Kids” and “SMART Girls”. Programs are through SAMHSA.

Bridges For Life Inc.-  The Go and Grow program seeks to address a basic need of transportation while working to increase parent’s skills, awareness, and to build independence.

Centerville After Prom-after prom activities- Parents will provide a fun and inviting activity to entice students to come hang out in a drug and alcohol free environment.

Centerville Peer Helpers– Peer to Peer School Based Support Counseling- Is a 10 month program that requires the peers to go through a one day training that allows them to learn techniques to assist their peers who are at risk youth. They help with issues such as-suicidal thoughts, depression, anxiety, substance use, and overall being a positive contact.

Communities in Schools of Wayne County– Site Coordination – Students in grades K-12 from who have been identified as at-risk for dropping out of school based on data that includes low academic performance and attendance or behavior issues that prevent students from succeeding in school. Students who receive long-term sustained interventions will meet with the CIS site coordinator and/or participate in coordinated services weekly.

Northeastern High School – While keeping students away from participating in underage drinking and other substance use, they will be providing a variety of activities including “escape rooms,” a mechanical bull, a “cash cube,” music, dancing, prizes, and food.

Northeastern Middle School: Assembly, banner, staff t-shirts, dance, question of the day, spin the wheel and spirit days all related to Red Ribbon Week.

Centerville Elementary School –Dare T-shirts- will bring awareness a be a constant reminder of lessons learned in refusal skills and decision making when it comes to substance use.

Recovery Church- We provide a Church service that is free of judgement and a faith based 12step AA Program after our service. This includes Recovery Bibles and literature that goes along with the Bible as well as the Big Book.


228 Club– Educational, Resources for prevention of Relapses and Sober Events.- The intent of our project is to provide a new Educational meeting and Resources for prevention of Relapse and Sober Events. And to expand the services the 228 club already provides as well as implement new programs. Such as Sober events where people can have fun in a safe environment.

Centerstone-  Funds will be utilized to purchase the updated version of the Living in Balance and Relapse Prevention Program curriculum materials. This program draws from cognitive-behavioral, experiential, and 12 step approaches to help their clients achieve lifelong recovery.

A Better Life Brianna’s Hope-Richmond Chapter: Addictions Group Recovery Program that includes a faith based approach to the 12-Steps to recovery. This includes weekly meetings, support and activities for individuals involved in the recovery process.

Ivy Tech- Cross Road Christian Recovery Center for Women.-  Ivy Tech Community College will create a course designed specifically for the women in the Cross Road program to prepare them for continuing their education or gaining professional skills to find gainful employment.

PEACE-Individual and Group Substance Abuse Counseling-  Level One-Substance Abuse Group to clients residing at Hope House. This group will assist clients to develop relapse prevention plans to assist with maintaining their sobriety and to live a productive life after departing the Hope House.

Choices Emergency Response Team (CERT)-CERT will complete intakes, work with the client to assess need for treatment and type of treatment desired/appropriate, assist in contacting appropriate facilities according to client’s needs and assist with the financial cost of going through treatment.

Brighter Path, Inc.-Equine Assisted Therapy to increase self confidence, giving the students empowerment to say “no” to negative influences such as drug and alcohol use. A safe and welcoming environment allows students to freely express concerns and struggles at home or in school.

Law Enforcement

Richmond Police Department-Richmond Police Department- We provide all people an opportunity to pet our dogs which serves as an ice breaker. We speak of the dangers of drug and alcohol abuse and what your life looks like as an addict.  The grant allows us to certify each team yearly and for continuing education purposes for the handlers.  If money is left over it goes towards new equipment.

Wayne County Sheriff’s Department- The intent of this program is to provide public education through K9 demonstrations and officer/community relations, drug interdiction/enforcement by K9 deployment and focused patrol as a result of intelligence gathered by enhanced community contact.