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
The LCCA’s 11th Annual Run Against Drugs run was on May 10th, 2014. The run was a 5K run/walk and included a kids’ fun run. In honor of Mother’s Day, all mothers received a special gift! Click here for pictures and here for the 2014 Run Against Drugs Results!
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Safely dispose of your unused or outdated medications.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.
LCCA Mini-Grants Are Now Available!
The overall purpose of the grants are to reduce substance abuse among adolescents. This includes the use of alcohol, tobacco, and other addictive/harmful substances such as marijuana, inhalants, heroin, prescription drugs, etc. Proposals may seek to reduce through:
• Community awareness
• Providing direct prevention programs or activities to youth to prevent future use
• Other prevention strategies/ideas that meet mini-grant criteria
All activities MUST involve youth in the planning and implementation of the project. Grants are awarded up to $500. Mini-Grants are due April 9th at 4pm. Recipients will be notified by April 15th and must volunteer for the LCCA’s annual Run Against Drugs run on August 29th, 2015.
For an application and additional information, click here: 18th Minigrant-March 2015 RFP