Past Recipients

Treatment 2013:

• Bowen Center: $3,000 for H.U.S.A Sevices- providing assistance for those clients being treated for abuse of alcohol, tobacco and other drug abuse.

• New Options, $3,000 for Helping Out, which provides individual and group classes on substance abuse education, treatment and relapse prevention.

• Youth Services Bureau, $3,000 for Students out of School (SOS), an alternative school setting for those youth suspended or expelled from school.

Prevention & Education 2013:

• Boys & Girls Club of Huntington County, $3,000 for each the Smart Moves programs in Huntington & Warren, a program that promotes positive behaviors, health, well-being and personal success.

• Huntington North High School, $2,216 for Freshman Mentoring, a program that pairs older students with incoming freshmen to help them make a smooth transition to high school.

• YMCA, $2,216 for Power Club for Officer Double to teach DARE (Drug Abuse Resistance Education), a program designed to keep middle school students away from alcohol, tobacco, drugs and violence.

• Huntington University, $500 for Spring Family Festival to help promote a positive family event, which will be alcohol, tobacco & drug free.

• Boys & Girls Club of Huntington County, $1,478 for VOICE, a youth program designed to educate the community about the dangers of tobacco.

Law Enforcement 2013:

  • Huntington County Sheriff’s Department, Huntington County Police Department, Youth Services Bureau & Prescription Drug Task Force

Prevention & Education 2012:

Boys & Girls Club of Huntington County, $3,000 for Smart Moves, a program that promotes positive behaviors, health, well-being and personal success.

• Huntington North High School, $1,727 for Freshman Mentoring, a program that pairs older students with incoming freshmen to help them make a smooth transition to high school.

• Huntington Police Department, $3,000 for DARE (Drug Abuse Resistance Education), a program designed to keep elementary students away from alcohol, tobacco, drugs and violence.

• Youth Services Bureau, $3,000 for Project S.O.S. (Students Out of School), an alternative school program for students who have been suspended or expelled from school.

• Boys & Girls Club of Huntington County, $1,478 for VOICE, a youth program designed to educate the community about the dangers of tobacco.

Treatment 2012:

• Huntington University: Thinking for a Change, $1,800 for inmates are provided with counseling sessions targeting abuse of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs.

• New Options, $3,000 for Helping Out, which provides individual and group classes on substance abuse education, treatment and relapse prevention.

• Youth Services Bureau, $1,665 for Teen Court, a program that provides peer judgment and penalties for young first-time offenders.

• New Options, $500 for Kicking Nicotine, which provides individual attention to quit smoking

Prevention & Education 2011:

• Boys & Girls Club of Huntington County, $1,500 for Smart Moves, a program that promotes positive behaviors, health, well-being and personal success.

• L.A.C.E. Board of Directors, $1,000 for Play Smart, a series of advertisements and billboards featuring local students and discouraging the use of drugs, alcohol and tobacco by teens.

• Huntington North High School, $1,000 for Freshman Mentoring, a program that pairs older students with incoming freshmen to help them make a smooth transition to high school.

• Huntington Police Department, $1,500 for DARE (Drug Abuse Resistance Education), a program designed to keep elementary students away from alcohol, tobacco, drugs and violence.

• Youth Services Bureau, $1,500 for Project S.O.S. (Students Out of School), an alternative school program for students who have been suspended or expelled from school.

Treatment 2011

• Huntington County Sheriff, $1,000 for male inmate treatment and $1,000 for female inmate treatment. The inmates are provided with counseling sessions targeting abuse of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs.

• New Options, $2.500 for Helping Out, which provides individual and group classes on substance abuse education, treatment and relapse prevention.

• Youth Services Bureau, $1,500 for Project S.O.S. (Students Out of School), an alternative school program for students who have been suspended or expelled from school.

• Youth Services Bureau, $1,000 for Teen Court, a program that provides peer judgment and penalties for young first-time offenders.

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