Preventing the abuse of alcohol and other substances through information, education and the support of the recovery community. Reducing youth substance use through prevention, education, and social policy.
Our non-profit organization is striving to become the “go-to” people in substance abuse prevention. We would not be able to do what we do without the support of our community. With that said, a person can only imagine with our Mission and Vision statements listed above, there is still plenty of work ahead of us. Whether you live in Adams, Clay, Nuckolls or Webster Counties, we are attempting to change the attitudes and bring awareness of the dangers of substance abuse. We are making some progress in several of our strategies. To mention a few they are: quarterly youth events, quarter Coalition breakfasts, school strategies of curricula with grades K-12(Lifeskills High School Program, Transitions Program, Drug Free World Curriculum), Pre and post tests among youth, alcohol and tobacco compliance checks with retailers, quarter newsletter, and coalition meetings. We continue to build the coalition one person at a time in the hopes for sustainability with our vision/mission.
Attention Adams County
The ASAAP office is located in Hastings, Nebraska. We are becoming very involved in the Adams County Community. If your organization is in need of a presentation on substance abuse, we would be willing to provide you this service.read more
ASAAP receives grants from the following for the current fiscal year
State Opioid Response Grant
Prevention Framework Partnerships for Success
Thank You to the counties of Adams, Clay and Webster for the continued support of the mission that ASAAP provides.
These funds assist in continuing education and prevention in Adams, Clay, Nuckolls and Webster counties. If you are interested in making a difference in a person’s life. Help us prevent drug use. Please make your tax-deductible contribution today to:
Area Substance & Alcohol Abuse Prevention
835 S. Burlington, Ste#114
Hastings, Nebraska 68901