The Drug-Free Communities Support Program (DFC) mobilizes efforts to prevent youth substance use by funding community-based coalitions that are building infrastructure needed to address drug related issues and strengthen partnerships in the community.
The program recognizes that local drug problems need local solutions and is overseen by the Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP) with the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA).
To achieve comprehensive and coordinated change, DFC coalitions engage with Regional Prevention Coordinators and the following twelve sectors:
Make sure to connect with local Drug-Free Coalitions in your area:
|City||Drug Free Communities Grant Award Recipient||Coalition Name|
|Hulbert||Reaching Our Hulbert Community, Inc.||Reaching Our Hulbert Community Coalition|
|Ada||East Central University||Pontotoc County Drug Free Coalition|
|Sallisaw||City of Sallisaw||Sallisaw NOW Coalition|
|Tahlequah||Tahlequah Public Schools||Tahlequah’s B.E.S.T. Community Coalition|
|Okmulgee||Oklahoma State University||Okmulgee County Consortium|
|Vinita||Grand Nation, Inc.||Ga-Du-Gi Coalition|
|Pryor||Mayes County Hope Coalition||HOPE4YOUTH|
|Lexington||University of Oklahoma||Healthy Noble Partnership|
|Oologah||Rogers County Volunteers for Youth, Inc.||Oologah Community Connection|
To learn more about the program’s impact, explore the 2018 National Evaluation End-of-Year Report.