Prevention Connections has a selection of strategies to help you…

  • Stop drug deals on your property
  • Minimize property damage
  • Meet state server training requirements
  • Receive insurance discounts
  • Increase productivity and safety in the workplace
  • AND help with your bottom line all the while helping to prevent the abuse of alcohol and drugs within Warren County.

TiPS On Premise Server Training – FREE!

serverAnd receive significant benefits that will help your bottom line

Any local restaurant and bar that serves alcohol should have its staff trained in the TIPS program. This program teaches staff how to know if a patron has had too much to drink and how to deal with drunk customers. It can help protect a restaurant owner from potential lawsuits stemming from alcohol related accidents.

These significant benefits can be yours:

  • Minimize property damage caused by intoxicated patrons
  • Reduce penalties for alcohol violations
  • Receive insurance discounts for employees that are TIPS-certified
  • Satisfy state requirements for server training
  • Spot underage drinking and prevent sales to minors
  • Handle difficult alcohol-relation situations with confidence
  • TIPS training provides a “reasonable efforts defense” in third-party liquor liability lawsuits

Check out these TiPS Success Stories

FREE Training scheduled throughout the year. Classes are restricted to the first 30 participants!
See when our NEXT TRAINING SESSION will be held.

Interested in setting up a TiPS Training Session?

Contact: Liz Montalvo, LAC, Prevention Connections Program Facilitator

908-223-1985 Ext. 306, emontalvo@fgcwc.org


TiPS Off Premise Training (FREE!)

liquorstorecheckoutThis three-hour program addressing the sale of alcohol at liquor stores and package stores. Clerks learn strategies for preventing illegal alcohol sales to underage and/or intoxicated patrons.

These significant benefits can be yours:

  • Reduce penalties for alcohol violations
  • Spot underage drinking and prevent sales to minors
  • Handle difficult alcohol-relation situations with confidence
  • TIPS training provides a “reasonable efforts defense” in third-party liquor liability lawsuits

Check out these TiPS Success Stories

FREE Training scheduled throughout the year. Classes are restricted to the first 30 participants!
See when our NEXT TRAINING SESSION will be held.

Interested in setting up a TiPS Training Session?

Contact: Liz Montalvo, LAC, Prevention Connections Program Facilitator

908-223-1985 Ext. 306, emontalvo@fgcwc.org


cameraSurveillance Cameras

Partner with local law enforcement to install surveillance cameras at your location thus eliminating the chance that your business will be known as “the place to score”.

Contact Mary Jo Harris to get the ball rolling 908-223-1985 Ext. 304, mharris@fgcwc.org


stickerSticker Shock Campaign

Local liquor stores can participate in this alcohol prevention campaign twice yearly. Keep it Legal! The penalty for providing alcohol to people under 21 is up to 180 days in jail and a fine of up to $1000.” Learn More

If you are interested in taking part of the NEXT Sticker Shock Campaign please contact:

Contact: Liz Montalvo, LAC, Prevention Connections Program Facilitator

908-223-1985 Ext. 306, emontalvo@fgcwc.org


Drug-Free Workplace

drugs-dont-work-njStatistics show that 70% of drug abusers are employed, and, on average, they found jobs in companies with no drug policy.

  • Substance abuse in the workplace causes:
  • Higher absenteeism
  • More accidents
  • Higher health care costs
  • More theft
  • Workplace violence
  • Decreased productivity
  • Lower profits to your bottom line

Drugs Don’t Work in NJ! was established to help business owners and public sector employers fight these problems by making their workplace drug-free.

Drugs Don’t Work in NJ! provides the following services free of charge:

  • A Drugs Don’t Work in NJ! Employer Kit to help plan a drug-free workplace program.
  • Quarterly Updates to keep members informed about important legal and legislative developments concerning drug-free workplaces.
  • An invitation to the Annual Members Seminar that focuses on important legal/legislative developments for maintaining a drug-free workplace
  • A worksite visit from a Drugs Don’t Work in NJ! field representative, trained to help businesses establish drug-free workplaces, upon request.

Learn more about how to put this program in place.

Get personal assistance now!

Contact: Mary Jo Harris, MSW, Community Coalitions Coordinator, 908-223-1985 Ext. 304 – mharris@fgcwc.org