Seaway Valley Council for Alcohol/Substance Abuse Prevention
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"Do something today that your future self will thank you for."

  • Improving the future of our diverse communities through quality prevention services.
  • A team that educates the community in living healthy lifestyles.
  • New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services Certified Prevention Provider

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Mission

Founded in 1987, the Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Council of St. Lawrence County was established with the mission “to inform the public about the disease of alcoholism and substance abuse through information and education, to promote early treatment and rehabilitation of persons with drinking problems and/or substance abuse problems, their families and their children, to increase public awareness of alcoholism, to advocate and/or develop essential services for the treatment and prevention of substance abuse, to provide consultation services to interested persons and community leaders.”

Location

Seaway Valley Council for Alcohol/Substance Abuse Prevention, Inc.


Seaway Valley Council for Alcohol/Substance Abuse Prevention.
206 Ford Street
Ogdensburg, NY.
13669
www.seawayvalleypreventioncouncil.net

Programs

Community Awareness

Increase awareness and understanding through programs at schools, churches, youth centers, senior centers, civic and community organizations.

Advocacy

Advocate for the rights of alcoholic and drug dependent persons and their families at the local, state and national levels.

Education

Prevention, Education and Training

Provide community-based prevention, education and training programs, as well as local media awareness campaigns.

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