Due to federal budget reductions Community Action Drug Prevention Network’s (CADPN) funding was not renewed. We are sorry to inform you that CADPN has closed as of December 31, 2011. Thankfully the majority of CADPN’s initiatives have been transferred to community partners. CADPN is grateful to our partners for their continued commitment to provide these vital services to our communities.
The Marion County Sheriff’s Office will be the lead for this effort. Events usually take place in the months of March and October and are posted one month prior at www.mcrecycles.net or you can look for ads in your local newspapers for more information.
If you need to dispose of your unwanted medication right away there are now two permanent prescription drug drop off sites.
- Salem Police Department – 555 Liberty St. SE
- Keizer Police Department – 930 Chemawa Rd. NE
Community Action will continue to host the Drug Free Workplace web-site for one year. The web-site will be linked to the Salem and Keizer Chambers of Commerce or you can go directly to the website: www.midvalleydfw.org.
The City of Salem’s Community Development Department is the lead partner for the Teen Action Teams in Salem/Keizer. Please contact:
Youth Development & Prevention Coordinator
555 Liberty Street SE, Room 305
Salem, Oregon 97301
The Boys and Girls Club of Salem, Marion and Polk counties will serve as lead for the Marion County Youth Council. Other community partners that support this council are the City of Salem and Marion County Health department. To find out more about this program you can contact:
Boys and Girls Club
1395 Summer St NE
Salem, OR 97301
The Marion County Health Department is the lead partner for the CERV Taskforce.
Susan McLauchlin, CPS
Substance Abuse Prevention Team, Health Educator
Marion County Health Department
Prevention Program Office
976 N Pacific Highway
Woodburn, OR 97071 -Rural Services
503-566-2901 (Salem calls)