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Marion County Prevention Alliance

The Marion County Prevention Alliance aims to prevent drug use among Marion County residents using effective drug prevention strategies, education and advocacy.


The vision of this coalition is to make Marion County healthier and safer by 2030

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Local Coordinating Council


Each county in the state of Indiana has a Local Coordinating Council (LCC), which is the planning and coordinating body for addressing alcohol and other drug problems. Members include volunteers from a variety of organizations including education, treatment, social services, and local police. LCCs are required to submit a Comprehensive Community Plan (CCP), which consists of an assessment of the local alcohol and other drug abuse problems in the county, including problem identification and supportive data; a listing of proposed objectives to help alleviate the stated problems; and an evaluation component designed to measure the success of the plan's strategies.


Our next meeting:

11:30AM - 1:00PM


November 17, 2022

Broadway United Methodist Church

609 E. 29th Street, Indianapolis, IN 46205

White Meeting Room



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Interested in joining or learning more?

Please email Michaelangelo McClendon ( for information.

Business Team


"Where faith comes to life through teaching, fellowship, nurturing, praying, and serving."

"A collective of youth and young adults committed to being the solution to the problems they face and see."

"Strengthening our communities and improving the health and well-being of those we are privileged to serve."

"Preventing and reducing drug use among youth in Decatur Township by strengthening the family unit through collaboration of community resources."

"Creating resilient communities by improving mental health and emotional wellbeing, one hour at a time."

"Promoting, protecting, and improving the health and safety of all Hoosiers."

"Promoting physical, mental, and environmental health, preventing and protecting against disease, injury, and disability."

"Create opportunities for success on the Far Eastside and surrounding communities."

"Helping the most vulnerable Hoosiers overcome physical and mental illness and experience an improved quality of life."

"Committed to reduce substance use disorder/addiction and promote behavioral health across the lifespan."

"Black Women and girls will live in a world where socio-economic inequity does not exist.."

"Striving to enhance our ability to meet the needs of the underserved and all people of Marion County."

"Creating resilient communities by improving mental health and emotional wellbeing, one hour at a time."

"Inspires neighbors and partners to improve the quality of life on the Near Eastside by providing tools for change and growth."

"Promoting the wholistic recovery of Black and Brown folks through harm and stress reduction + positive social interactions."

"Offers benefit plans for three Indiana Medicaid programs: Hoosier Healthwise, Healthy Indiana Plan and Hoosier Care Connect."

"Committed to helping people to enhance personal growth and improve health of spirit, mind, and body."

"Supporting justice involved women in Indiana on their path to self-sufficiency while they are transitioning out of incarceration and back into the community."

"Offers a full range of scientifically supported treatments from individual one-to-one counseling to long-term residential programs, including medication-assisted treatment (MAT), a supportive living program, recovery management, and family support."

"Promoting, protecting, and improving the health and safety of all Hoosiers."

"Holds criminals accountable for their actions and works hard to preserve the rights of victims."

"Helps homeless Hoosiers overcome addiction and mental health disorders to become substance-free, stable, self-sufficient individuals housed within a multi-tiered, income-based program."

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