Welcome to our Clinton Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition, commonly known as CSAPC. Our coalition is a group of community members and agency partners concerned with the health and well-being of our neighborhoods and families. Our group has a special focus on the prevention of drug, chemical, tobacco or alcohol use by youth, and in supporting “Protective Factors” that help young people resist risky behaviors in our schools or communities. Major funding of the “Coalition” is provided by the Mid-Michigan Health Network.
Coalition members contribute their time and effort to review and analyze data, promote effective programs, and advocate for educational curriculum in our schools that teach resiliency skills to youth. Student leadership training, teaching refusal skills (for drugs, tobacco, alcohol) to youth, community surveys to measure youth attitudes toward drugs and alcohol are all examples of community initiatives supported by our Coalition.