Touching and Changing Lives
In the last year, The Council trained or provided direct services to approximately 32,000 people in our community. In addition, we reached tens of thousands more by
1) providing resources/materials to students, parents and teachers;
2) conducting public awareness campaigns via community events, billboards, public service announcements, and media coverage; and,
3) educating teachers, counselors and parents who pass on their skills and knowledge to countless others.
Thank you for helping us continue to touch and change lives!
2017 Power of Prevention Luncheon Sponsor Spotlight
Healing Springs Ranch is a residential treatment center for adults recovering from a substance use disorder and other related mental health issues. Tucked away on 50 acres of beautiful and serene lake-front property north of the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex, Healing Springs Ranch enhances the lives of those touched by addiction and related mental health issues through high-quality, innovative and customized client care solutions designed to improve treatment outcomes. Visit healingspringsranch.com or call 866.656.8384 for additional information.
Ways to Connect
Substance use disorder—known by many as substance abuse—is our country’s #1 health issue as contended by The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the Partnership for Drug-Free Kids and other respected national organizations.
In Dallas, the volume of health-related stories involving adolescents and drugs and alcohol is staggering. Yet, we are not helpless. There are ways we can connect. There are mobilization efforts and community coalitions raising their collective voices every single day across all sectors.
There is a tangible return on investment that includes the health, safety and productivity of children, families, and communities throughout many Dallas-area counties.
Please connect with us—we’re on Facebook, Twitter and have a regular newsletter. We’re really social!
And our programs have their own web pages and connections; please check them out here:
“Substance abuse is the number one (preventable) health problem in America.”Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
“This program helped me want to go to school more.”Uriel, a student participating at a Gateway to College event
“They talked about real life situations. I was going through a lot of these problems we talked about.”anonymous student
Prevent. Intervene. Promote Recovery.
Join us as together we PREVENT problems with alcohol and other drugs before they occur,
INTERVENE when they do and PROMOTE RECOVERY for those who are already addicted.