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Be "In the Know" - Because what you don't know CAN hurt you!

The mission of DrugFree Greenville is to increase awareness of substance abuse; to encourage an environment that will not tolerate a diminished quality of life due to substance abuse; and to serve as a catalyst for community partnerships working toward this end.

To accomplish our goals, DrugFree Greenville relies on the support and participation of people like YOU. How YOUR support helps DrugFree Greenville.

Learn how DrugFree Greenville got started - and continues to work for prevention.


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Current programs include:

  • Interagency Network - links over 100 local health & service agencies for information exchange, service needs identification, referral encouragement. The Network produces the Hunt County Community Chest Card, a resource referral guide for the community.

    (2016 Community Chest Card pdf version - you will need Acrobat Reader to view this file.) Download it free      

  • 2016 Resource Luncheon Photos

    2015 Resource Fair Photos

  • GHS PALS (Peer Assistance Leaders) youth development program - provides volunteer mentoring for younger students, cooperates with SADD and GHS student government in prevention programs

  • GCS SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions) - student membership organization that develops substance abuse awareness, provides training and leadership development, sponsors prevention activities, encourages volunteerism & mentoring

  • Parent Power - parent education program conducted in cooperation with Region 10 Education Service Center designed to develop/enhance parenting skills to foster healthy families able to resist substance abuse
  • Heroes Program - First responder appreciation program designed to educate and develop a positive relationship between law enforcement, firefighters and EMS personnel.

Join us for the 29th annual Walkathon!

    • Saturday, May 6, 2017
      Market Square, Downtown Greenville
      Registration begins at 8 a.m.

    • Play Walkopoly with us!
      Help fund programs working toward a drug free Greenville. information

  • Prevention Baseball - teaches Greenville 6th grade students about the dangers of tobacco, alcohol, and drug use through a competition between teams based on questions/answers. "Baseball" games are preceded by intensive classroom instruction.

  • Kite Fly - substance free fun that partners community volunteers with Greenville Intermediate School, and Greenville Christian School students in flying student-created kites with prevention messages.

    • You are invited to cheer for the great kids who will discover "the sky's the limit" when you're drug free!

  • Shattered Dreams - A 3-day drinking/drugging & driving prevention immersion learning experience for high school students held every 4 years. February 18-20, 2014

    Shattered Dreams includes:
    • Mock DWI car crash
    • "Living Dead" announcements over the school PA every 15 minutes to represent the individuals killed by drunk/drugged drivers every 15 minutes
    • Law enforcement parent death notifications
    • Obituaries for the students "killed"
    • Overnight retreat for participants
    • Memorial assembly
    • Mock trial

  • School Assemblies - provides presentations by prevention-oriented groups including StraightWay, Carlos Cruz, Keith Davis, MADD, Look Before You Leap, Primary Focus and other age-appropriate programs

  • Prevention Library - makes videos, books, and other materials on prevention of tobacco, alcohol, drug use available free of charge to individuals, groups, businesses, schools, and churches

  • Public Education - raises awareness and involvement in Drug Free Greenville activities and increases understanding of community grassroots prevention through advertising, newspaper column, news stories, flyers, posters, and brochures

2016 Year in Review

Visit the National Institute on Drug Abuse, a science-based education program. You may also want to learn about the MethWatch Program, a national initiative aimed at curbing the spread of methamphetamines.

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Working toward a Drug Freee Greenville

Bonita Malone
Executive Director

DrugFree Greenville
4207 Wesley Street
Greenville, Texas 75401
Fax 903.454.4321


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