BREVARD PREVENTION COALITION

Helpful resources for families and youth in Brevard County

OPIOID CRISIS

Learn the facts about this public health emergency.

EDUCATION

Take the first step in learning more about your community.

PREVENTION

Prevention is critical. Find ways to help you succeed.

RECOVERY

Get the help you need and begin your road to recovery.

BELIEVE IN A BETTER COMMUNITY

Our vision is simple: To make Brevard County a safe, friendly and great place to live, work and play. The Brevard Prevention Coalition serves to improve the quality of life for youth and families in Brevard County.

Our focus is on reducing substance abuse among youth and to promote positive life choices in the community. We will work to increase the protective factors and reduce risk factors for Brevard County youth and families through effective community coordination, collaboration, and action.

OUR STORY

The Brevard Prevention Coalition will work to create a clear and centralized point of education, prevention and recovery resources for all in our community.

OPIOID CRISIS

The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) declared the opioid crisis a public health emergency, with over 130 Americans dying every day from opioid-related drug overdoses.

BREVARD MEDICATION DISPOSAL

Help prevent medication abuse and misuse by collecting any unused or expired medications in your home for an anonymous, safe, and environmentally-friendly disposal.

NONOPIOID ALTERNATIVES FOR THE TREATMENT OF PAIN

A guide to working with your healthcare practitioner to manage pain.

PREVENTION COALITION

We are a not-for-profit, 501(c)(3) organization that exists to build a healthy, safe and substance abuse-free community in Brevard County. As a coalition we unite local organizations, businesses, agencies and individuals for the achievement of a common goal. Our efforts result in an improved quality of life in our community.

SPONSORED BY

Sponsored by CFCHS, Inc. and the State of Florida, Department of Children and Families

CONTACT US

info@brevardprevention.org

321-426-1644