Awake Community Coalition
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Our Mission:

Awake  Community Coalition is a coalition of dedicated and concerned community  members working together to prevent and reduce youth alcohol, marijuana and other drug use.  

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About Us

Founded in the Fall of 2008 by a grassroots group of law enforcement, parents, faith, township governments, educators, youth, and business owners, to help our youth make safe and healthy choices by working with schools, parents, youth, and the community to prevent and reduce youth alcohol, marijuana, and other drug use.

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Parent Resource Kit

Parent Resource Kit

Awake offers many resources for youth, families and the community including education materials, instant drug cups. Please call our office at 419-877-0466 ext. 12037 for more information.

In addition, Awake provides parents and community members a list of resources available in the community as well as links to publications and additional resources.

Programs

med return boxes

The Awake Community Coalition in collaboration with the Monclova Fire department and the Waterville and Whitehouse Police departments offer three permanent bed return boxes for proper disposal of unused and unwanted medications.


ID Scanners

Using ID Scanner at your next community event where alcohol is being served is Just one way our community can take part in preventing underage drinking. 

Although only a tool,the Identification (ID) Checker can verify that the card holder is of legal drinking age.  It can also detect a potential false identification card.  Download brochure for more information on how to borrow the scanners for your next event.

resource kits

Awake has put together Resource Kits to help educate parents. These kits include materials to educate parents on the dangers of underage drinking, tobacco, marijuana, and other drugs, signs of substance abuse and long term effects. Numerous educational brochures on individual substances.


In addition to these programs, Awake offers community programs, parent programs and resources, student prevention education, and drug take back days.