APAL- Addiction Professionals Association of Lane County
CONTACT: Kimberly Starr 541-343-2993 x 208 or
Stacy Soverns 541-343-2993 x 139
Breastfeeding Coalition of Lane County
Eugene Springfield Prevention Coalition
VISION: A healthy, safe, inclusive community free of substance abuse and misuse.
Lane County Domestic Violence Council
MISSION: To reduce and prevent domestic violence through a coordinated community response.
CONTACT: Theya McCown | 541.485.8232
Lane County Harm Reduction Coalition
MISSION: Organizations working together to promote Harm Reduction among substance users as a best practice strategy to improve community health.
CONTACT: Sharon Chamberlain, Chair
Lane County Problem Gambling Advisory Committee (PGAC)
MISSION: To reduce the negative effects of gambling in Lane County communities through coordinating effective prevention strategies and linking people to effective resources.
Mental Health Advisory / Local Alcohol & Drug Planning Committee (MHA/LADPC)
Mandated Committee. Advises County Commissioners as the local mental health authority, and the H&HS Director on community needs and priorities for mental health services and alcohol and drug abuse prevention and treatment services. [Mandates: ORS 430.342, ORS 430.630(7), OAR 309-14-0020(3), OAR 309-016-0020(2),
CHAIR: Jennifer Wells, firstname.lastname@example.org
CONTACT: C.A. Baskerville, Staff Support | 541.682.3031
MORE INFO: lanecounty.org/Departments/HHS/BhvHlth/Pages/default.aspx
South Lane Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition
MISSION: To prevent and reduce substance abuse in the South Lane community.
CONTACT: Michelle Lowery, Staff Support | 541.682.4623
Success by 6®
“We envision a community in which all Lane County families, organizations and neighborhoods are unified in an effort to ensure that all our children are safe, healthy, cherished and enter school ready to learn.”
Convened by United Way of Lane County
CONTACT: Holly Mar | 541.741.6000
Mental Health Promotion Committees
GOAL: To facilitate community efforts to prevent youth suicide in Lane County.
CONTACT: Sandy Moses, Staff Support| 541.682.3650
MORE INFO: www.preventionlane.org/mental-health-promotion-steering-committee
University of Oregon Substance Abuse Prevention Program (SAPP)
The Substance Abuse Prevention Program (SAPP) is designed to provide education and increased awareness in the areas of alcohol, tobacco and other drug prevention, intervention, treatment, and recovery.