In an effort to accomplish and achieve specific goals, Westmoreland Drug and Alcohol Commission, Inc. (WeDAC), continuously works to sponsor various prevention programs throughout Westmoreland County. The prevention programs encompass objectives in the areas of education, information dissemination, alternative activities, problem identification and referral, community-based process and environmental activities.
If you are interested in accessing any of Westmoreland Drug and Alcohol Commission’s Prevention services, you may contact the prevention department between the hours of 8:00am-4:30pm Monday-Friday.
Westmoreland Drug and Alcohol Commission Prevention Services
The Westmoreland Drug and Alcohol Commission, Inc. (WeDAC) provides free prevention programming within Westmoreland County. Our area of focus is Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs (ATOD). WeDAC offers the following services:
ATOD Evidence based curriculum
Current Drug Trends
Problem Gambling Education
Participation in health fairs
TB/STD/HEP C and HIV education
Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) awareness
Red Ribbon Week celebrations (Free Red Ribbon dissemination, etc.)
Project Sticker Shock
Parents Who Host Lose the Most campaign
Prescription Drug Storage and Disposal
Medical Marijuana education
Overdose Prevention trainings
Parent Educational Trainings
Council on Substance Abuse and Youth Program (CSAY)
CSAY was established to address the growing problem of youth alcohol use in Westmoreland County through the Strategic Prevention Framework State Incentive Grant in October of 2008.
Since that time, CSAY has evolved to address underage drinking and youth substance use/abuse throughout Westmoreland County.
CSAY is a drug-free communities coalition, which brings together community members working to create a safe, healthy, and drug-free environment for youth and families in Mount Pleasant.
Annual National Night Out event
Mt. Pleasant Student Health Fair
Annual Youth Summit
School-based Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drug Abuse Prevention Services
Saint Vincent College Prevention Projects (SVCPP)
Provides a variety of school-based prevention programs throughout Westmoreland County and the surrounding area of southwestern Pennsylvania. SVCPP is committed to creating, promoting and strengthening wellness in people and systems to prevent Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drug Abuse (ATOD), violence and other socially destructive behaviors using education, early intervention and community development.
For more information on Saint Vincent College Prevention Projects, contact: Donna A. Kean, Executive Director Saint Vincent College Prevention Projects 300 Fraser Purchase Road Latrobe, PA 15650 724-805-2050 [email protected]
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