Welcome to the Livingston County Community Alliance Website!
Who We Are: We are a county-wide, anti-drug coalition that aims to raise awareness and prevent underage alcohol use, tobacco use, and other drug use. Our purpose is to connect the Livingston County community to establish and promote healthy community norms concerning the use of alcohol, drugs, and tobacco.
LCCA’s 11th Annual Run Against Drugs Run
Mark your calendars! LCCA’s 11th Annual Run Against Drugs run will be on May 10th, 2014. The run will be a 5K run/walk and will include a kids’ fun run. Registration will be $25. In honor of Mother’s Day, any mother/child team’s registration will be $20 per person. All mothers will receive a special gift! The run is at the First United Methodist Church in Howell. Registration starts at 9am with the run starting at 10am. If you’d like to volunteer, please contact Kaitlin at 517-545-5944 or e-mail Livingston.Community.Alliance@gmail.com Stay tuned for more information!
Project Sticker Shock
In May, local convenience stores worked with the LCCA and Fowlerville High School teens by participating in an activity known as Project Sticker Shock. Project Sticker Shock is a youth activity where teens place larger stickers on packs of beer and wine coolers reminding buyers that hosting a party that allows minors to drink is illegal. The stickers read: “Parents Who Host Lose the Most. Don’t be a party to teenage drinking. It’s against the law”. Special thanks to the participating stores:
Thank you Fowlerville High School students for helping out! Check out the pictures here
The Big Red Barrel
Safely dispose of your unused or outdated medications. Look for the Big Red Barrel! Interested in implementing the Big Red Barrel Project in your community? Click here for the Big Red Barrel Tool-Kit.