"Facilitating community change through comprehensive strategies, capacity building, collaboration & neighborhood Problem Solving....Crime prevention, community policing through alcohol, tobacco & prescription medication misuse prevention, training, intervention and recovery services.
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The Hamilton County Coalition Team serves the Region III South area covering 10 counties : Grundy, Marion, Sequatchie, Bledsoe, Hamilton, Polk, Rhea, Bradley, McMinn and Meigs
Come see how we can help serve you:
Our Overdose Prevention Education training will give you the tools you need to help save a life. Let our Regional Overdose Prevention Specialist train you on how to identify the signs of an opioid or stimulant overdose and what to do in those critical moment
Our Alcohol Awareness Training will teach you how to serve and sale alcohol responsibly, with certified trainers the Hamilton County Coalition is the only Chattanooga Beer Board approved trainers to provide Alcohol Awareness Training for new beer applicants. (include Calandra.Smith@hccoalition email on page to schedule training.
If you or someone you know needs help with accessing treatment or recovery services contact The Nu-Start Recovery Response and Wrap-Around Services, our team is waiting to hear from you.
Help increase your youth’s awareness of the dangers in substance misuse by joining our Youth Empowerment Society (Y.E.S.) program. Youth will learn through trainings and interactive learning experiences from youth ambassador as peer educators and leading others to become and or remain Substance, Alcohol and Tobacco Free.
Stay up-to-date on the latest Covid-19 News, Information and Resources. As mutations of the original virus continue to develop infections are increasing across the nation. Check Your County to see where your home county stand at this time with the CDC Covid-19 County Check.
The Coalition along with partner agencies facilitates community-level change through comprehensive prevention & intervention strategies to reduce substance misuse among youth & young adults by implementing community outreach education such as Drug Take Back Events, which promotes the legal and safe use of Prescription Medication along with the proper methods of disposal and secure storage. The Coalition also offers Stress Management and Physiological First Aid training to individuals and organizations. Click training link to learn more and get registered. Check out the CDC's Public Health Media Library embedded in the HCCoalition Website.