Our Drug Prevention Services
It is important for people of faith to help promote the prevention of alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use in their communities. The Kentucky Faith-Based Prevention Enhancement Site engages people of faith to serve others by caring for their spiritual AND physical needs, preventing harm whenever possible. The Faith-Based PES works directly with faith groups within the state of Kentucky to promote drug awareness and prevention strategies, as well as helping groups know where to find appropriate treatment services, mental health programs, and recovery programs for those already suffering from the harmful and debilitating effects of drug abuse.
A Bit About Us
We are unique in our area as the only statewide faith-based prevention program and one of five prevention enhancement sites in Kentucky. The Faith-Based PES is managed through Communicare, Inc. Regional Prevention Center in Elizabethtown, Kentucky and funded by the Kentucky State Block Grant through the Center for Substance Abuse Prevention (CSAP). The goal of the Faith-Based PES is to provide wellness resources for Kentucky faith groups that promote messages for the prevention of alcohol and drug use, and for mental and behavioral health.
Assisting Our Faith Communities
Are you frustrated about the harmful consequences of the abuse of alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs in your community? Let us provide information, education, and resources for you make a positive impact on YOUR community!
The Kentucky Faith-Based Prevention Enhancement Site provides prevention messages for bulletins and newsletters and offers trainings and support for prevention-education classes and presentations. If you would like to provide drug prevention and treatment information for your faith group's library, we provide those resources as well. For drug prevention and treatment education that will make a difference in the lives of your friends and loved ones, contact us today.
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Kentucky Faith Based Prevention Enhancement Site is managed by Communicate Regional Prevention Center.
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