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Prevention Works Coalition Members presenting
Chief Bailey with an award at his retirement
at open house on April 23, 2015.

We thank him for all he has done.
Prevention Works
2015 Community Disposal Day and Drug Drop Off

Thanks for your community help.
Thank you to Refreshing 90.9 fm WFCO and Josh Messerly for letting teens use their "voice" and record public service announcements about underage drinking and marijuana use.
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Prevention Works for a Drug Free
Fairfield County and
The Recovery Center

hosted a
Prevention Training
8-14-15
Prevention Works for a Drug Free Fairfield County and the Safe Kids Coalition participated in the Fairfield Medical Center Healthfest at the Fairfield County Fairgrounds on August 22, 2014.  Kids could spin the game wheel,  answer a drug or safety question and win a yoyo. Parents and grandparents could pick up great information! It was a fun day!!!!