IMPACT Garland - Dallas County
IMPACT Garland - Dallas County is a community coalition of concerned citizens working together to reduce and prevent youth substance use. The coalition meets monthly to develop drug prevention programs that reduce access to alcohol, tobacco and other drugs. The coalition offers parent resources that raise awareness about signs and symptoms of drug use, and about how adults can educate themselves about underage drinking, tobacco use, prescription drug abuse, and other issues facing our youth.
The coalition works through partnerships with local law enforcement, media campaigns, and strategic policy changes that make the community safer. Programs of IMPACT Garland - Dallas County include Crazy For My Kids and the semi-annual prescription drug take-back.
IMPACT Garland - Dallas County is an IMPACT Communities coalition funded by Drug Prevention Resources, whose mission is to create a drug-free generation through collaboration, education, innovation and advocacy.
Learn more about IMPACT Garland - Dallas County by contacting email@example.com, 972.518.1821
Date: Third Tuesday of every month
Time: 8:00-9:00 am
Meeting Address: TBC
For upcoming events, please see our calendar page.
Take It To The Box- Prescription drug return drop box locations
Drop off your expired or unused prescription medication at one of the many locations below.
Cedar Hill - Police Department, 285 Uptown Blvd., Building 200
Navarro County - P&S Pharmacy, 829 N. Main Street
Ennis - 207 South Sonoma Trail
Italy - 101 W. Main Street
Midlothian - 1150 N. US Hwy 67
Red Oak - 547 N. Methodist St.
Waxahachie - 216 N. College
Talk. They Hear You.
The “Talk. They Hear You.” campaign aims to reduce underage drinking and substance use among youths under the age of 21 by providing parents and caregivers with information and resources they need to address alcohol and other drug use with their children early.
Our IMPACT Communities coalitions are always looking for new members willing to raise awareness around cohesive drug-free prevention messages while taking positive actions and changing social norms. Whether you're a parent, grandparent, member of law enforcement, the faith community or work in the school district, we need your voice to keep the prevention message alive. Our kids deserve it!