Prevention Connections is currently partnering with many Warren County police barracks. Listed below are just a few initiatives that can be strategic in lowering substance abuse in your local community.

Project Medicine Box:

Project-Med-BoxThe New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs has developed Project Medicine Drop as an important component of its effort to halt the abuse and diversion of prescription drugs. Police Departments in Warren County interested in joining Project Medicine Drop should be aware of the following requirements. Details are provided in the “Project Medicine Drop Standard Operating Procedure (SOP).”

Interested in having a drop box in your barracks?

Contact: Mary Jo Harris, MSW, Community Coalitions Coordinator
908.223-1985 –

Talk without the Hype, Scare Tactics or Preaching

free-info-kit-bigAs a law enforcement professional you understand the correlation between drug abuse and crime better than most in our society.  “Truth About Drugs” Information Kit will arm you with the exact program to educate youth on the adverse effects of drugs before they start. No hype, no scare tactics, no preaching—just factual information to enable them to make the correct decisions regarding drugs. DRUGFREEWORLD.ORG

Request a FREE Truth About Drugs Information Kit

Here is what law enforcement officials have to say about the program:

“The videos were a valuable addition to the drug lessons. The students now understand how drugs can ruin the lives of people from similar backgrounds to theirs. I’ve found that the stories of the individuals highlighted in the videos was more credible than me telling the students about someone whose life was ruined by drug use or how sick one could get after using the drug. After the first class using the videos I asked the students if they preferred a lecture or the videos…they were very excited to hear that they would be watching similar videos for the duration of the drug lectures.”  CF, Sheriff’s Deputy/Police Officer, New Jersey

Important Resources:

Drug Enforcement Administration

Warren County’s Prosecutors Office