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There are many opportunities to volunteer and support prevention in Hudson County. Join us in our mission to create a healthy and happy Hudson County.

 

 

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Please become a PIP donor and support our work. Your tax-deductible donation supports PIP’s mission to provide hope and help to individuals and families who are afflicted by the disease of alcoholism and drug dependence.

The mission of Partners in Prevention is to combat and defeat alcoholism and drug abuse in the community through involvement, consultation, education, advocacy, and cooperative relationships with numerous organizations in Hudson County.

Total Number of People Helped through our Education Programs in 2016-2017

Top Number of Participants 2016-2017

  • Footprints – 957
  • Keys to Innervisions (KIV) – 675
  • CADC – 420
  • Parent Workshops – 150
  • We Are Not Buying It 2.0 (WNBI) – 474
  • Prehistoric Pals – 152

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Drop in Alcohol Use from 8th, 10th and 12th grade participant responses from 2012 to 2014

We Need Your Help!

Please become a PIP donor and support our work. Your tax-deductible donation supports PIP’s mission to provide hope and help to individuals and families who are afflicted by the disease of alcoholism and drug dependence. Watch the video to the right to see how your donations can make an impact today! Donate Today!

Latest News

Making Strides

One of the goals of the Hudson County Coalition for a Drug Free Community aims to reduce prescription drug misuse here in Hudson County. To further expand on that goal, Partners in Prevention recently applied for two grant opportunities and was successful in receiving...

“Please ID me”

This winter, schools in Salem County were trained by LMTI staff about the dangers of underage drinking. The students were eager to see how they could be part of the solution and as a result, the students implemented our "Please ID Me" Campaign. Woodstown, Pennsville,...

It’s not personal, it’s the law.

In July 2017 it was announced that New Jersey was set to become the third state in the nation to raise the minimum age to buy tobacco products from 19 to 21. This new law, which went into effect on November 1, 2017 applies to e-cigarettes, as well as conventional...

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