The Hamilton County Coalition

"facilitating community change through comprehensive strategies, capacity building, collaboration & neighborhood Problem Solving....
Crime prevention, community policing, alcohol, tobacco & Rx prevention, training, 


TN Red Line Crisis Number Are YOU In Crisis?  Please CALL     1-855- CRISIS1 or 1-855-274-74711-855-274-7471 FREE.


Stop Rx Drug Abuse!  Here's What You Can Do!

Coalition Quick Links

Key News & Events
Hamilton County Beer & Wrecker Service Board Meeting

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.Act NOW! Stop Smoking at all Public Events and Festivals in Hamilton County!

New State Fact Sheets on Drunk Driving

About one in three traffic deaths in the United States involve a driver with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of 0.08% or higher. Drivers with a BAC of 0.08% or higher (i.e., drunk drivers) are considered alcohol-impaired by law.  Read More and Download the Fact Sheet


e-Cigarettes Take The Lead In Abuse By Teens over Traditional Cigarettes!
A new study shows..."In 2014, more teens use e-cigarettes than traditional, tobacco cigarettes or any other tobacco product..." Read More Here!

You Can Stop Smoking With the TN Tobacco Quitline TENNESSEE TOBACCO QUITLINE  CALL TODAY! Register for the Smoking Cessation Program . Click Here To Get Details! 

Rx Drug Take Back
Got Drugs You're Not Using?
Use one of these Locations Across Hanilton County to dispose of unused drugs  Find A Site!

The Hamilton County Sheriff's OfficeTobacco Free ChattanoogaTennessee Council on Children an Youth!Hamilton County Health DepartmentThe Council for Alcohol  and Drug Abuse Services ( Cadas)University of Chattanooga Alcohol and other Drug Education

Our Regional Coalition Partners

Our Local Partners
The Hamilton County Coalition Team

Camilla Bibbs-Lee,
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Executive Director

Calandra Smith,
Community Mobilization Outreach Consultant

Chattanooga Police Department
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It's Rx Drug Disposal time, Get Ready!!!

This year’s National Alcohol Awareness theme is,, “Talk Early, Talk Often: Parents Can Make a Difference in Teen Alcohol Use,” the month of April will be filled with local, state, and national events aimed at educating people about the treatment and prevention of alcoholism, particularly among our youth, and the important role that parents can play in giving kids a better understanding of the impact that alcohol can have on their lives. Local NCADD Affiliates as well as schools, colleges, churches, and countless other community organizations will sponsor a host of activities that create awareness and encourage individuals and families to get help for alcohol-related problems.

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