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Muskegon Alcohol Liability Initiative (ALI)

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The Muskegon Alcohol Liability Initiative’s (ALI) mission is to reduce underage drinking and alcohol-related injuries in Muskegon County by teaming up with law enforcement and leading education efforts. Muskegon ALI works with the entire community to achieve their goals. This includes policy makers, educational organizations, alcohol vendors, parents, and community youth.

Muskegon Alcohol Liabilities Initiative Activities

In an effort to reduce alcohol-related injuries among youth and young adults in Muskegon County, Muskegon ALI actively coordinates and engages in the following underage drinking prevention and education activities:

  • Provide law enforcement prevention support for area school districts at area events such as proms and party “hot spots”
  • Distribute information to all area school districts regarding alcohol use and consequences of underage drinking
  • Distribute alcohol retailer education packets annually to 300  Muskegon area alcohol retailers
  • Provide low-cost Responsible Beverage Education to several area retailers as well as Volunteer Beverage Server education
  • Conduct annual compliance checks to area retailers
  • Conduct high-visibility alcohol enforcement in Muskegon County
  • Host Michigan Liquor Control Commission board members and officials at several Vendor Education Events
  • Conduct data analysis and gathering to better inform efforts and policies, such as surveys for convicted drivers, students, and retail establishments

Muskegon ALI Community Partners

  • Mercy Health
  • Muskegon County
  • Muskegon Community Health Project
  • Muskegon County Sheriff’s Department
  • Muskegon Area Intermediate School District (MAISD)
  • Muskegon Police Department
  • Muskegon Township Police Department
  • North Muskegon Police Department
  • Norton Shores Police Department
  • Public Health Muskegon County
  • Roosevelt Park Police Department
  • TIPS – Rochelle Richmond
  • Safe Kids
  • Tyler Sales

 

 

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

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Pharmaceutical Access Program: Navigating Resources to Best Assist the Client

“Pharmaceutical Access” is much broader than just funding the cost of prescriptions. It encompasses reviewing a person’s insurance coverage, income and resources, as well as medication needs. We then assist them with navigating insurance enrollment and coverage issues. It also includes exploring opportunities to utilize pharmaceutical company resources, such as copay saving cards and patient assistance programs. The Pharmaceutical Access Program staff look for savings and resources in all areas and help each client navigate those resources as needed.

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In recognition of STD Awareness Month, the UpFront Coalition hosted their first community movie night at the Harbor Cinema Theater in Muskegon. The acclaimed musical, RENT, shows the struggles of a group of New Yorkers as the AIDS epidemic effects their community.

 

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