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Drug Free Muskegon County

Reducing the use and abuse of substances in Muskegon County.

Drug Free Muskegon County works to reduce substance abuse by acting as an organizing body for over 50 community organizations such as schools, health care providers, law enforcement, and government organizations, civic leaders,  as well as business and youth. By joining forces, everyone striving against drug use can be more effective, achieving things that no single team could. Their dynamic data-driven approach to identifying issues and developing initiatives to prevent drug abuse in Muskegon County nationally recognized.

Drug Abuse Prevention Initiatives

Drug Free Muskegon County has launched a number of targeted initiatives to handle specific challenges in the community, including:

Data in Action

The coalition uses local data in everything we do. From the Community Health Needs Assessment, to youth, parent and business survey and community indicators our teams develop their action plans that make an impact.

  • CHNA
  • MiPHY
  • YRBA
  • University of Wisconsin County Health Rankings

Coalition for a Drug Free Muskegon County Partners

  • Access Health
  • Balanced and Restorative Justice (BARJ)
  • Bethany Christian Services
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters
  • City of Muskegon Police Department
  • HealthWest (Community Mental Health Services)
  • Hackley Community Care Center
  • Mercy Health
  • Muskegon Area Intermediate School District
  • Muskegon Community Coordinating Council
  • Muskegon County Courts
  • Muskegon County Sheriff’s Department
  • Muskegon Family Care
  • Muskegon Hosts Lions Club
  • Muskegon Public Schools
  • Muskegon Rescue Mission
  • Muskegon Township Police Department
  • Mona Shores Schools
  • Norton Shores Police Department
  • North Muskegon Police Department
  • Public Health Muskegon County
  • Public Protection
  • Pride Youth
  • Revel Marketing
  • Roosevelt Park Police Department
  • United Way of the Lakeshore
  • West MI Therapy

upcoming events

Jul 28, 2016

Strengthening Families Program

Is your family struggling? Do you wish you had some answers?

Learn and practice being a strong family unit at the Strengthening Families Program. Separate sessions are …

Aug 6, 2016

Muskegon Safety Day

Join us on Saturday, August 6th! Safety Day is a nonprofit event that will feature education, training & visual aids regarding safety. It’s an educational and rewarding …

Aug 17, 2016

Mercy Health Student Heart Screenings

Mercy Health Muskegon is offering FREE student heart screening on August 17th. Register today!
Mercy Health Student Heart Screenings are FREE and open to any High School …

our services

The Health Project provides a number of direct services to eligible members of the community. These services include the following programs:

community spotlight

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Michael Poulin

Retired Captain, Muskegon County

As one of the founders of the Alcohol Liability Initiative (ALI), Michael Poulin is helping to reduce alcohol related injuries among young people in Muskegon County.

what’s happening

Harbor Hospice Assists with Five Wishes

Harbor Hospice staff is available to assist community members with developing Advance Directives. This includes choosing someone to make future medical decisions and creating goals for medical …

Health Project in Search of Americorps Members!

Very recently, we learned that Mercy Health Muskegon + Health Project have been selected to participate in the Trinity Health Community Health Coordinators Program.  The program will utilize …

White House recognizes MAMDP as a benefit to the community

The White House recently released a list of “success stories” from around the country that exemplify a clear benefit to the community at-large. The Health Project’s medication …

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Tressa Crosby

Community Health Worker Lead

Helping to bring healthy babies into our community is Tressa’s passion. She works with a team of Community Health Workers to educate local moms and families.

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