The Partnership for a Drug Free Community (Located in Huntsville, AL) is a non-profit organization committed to the prevention of youth alcohol/drug abuse through the process of awareness, education, and action. The corporation was organized in 1988 to coordinate alcohol and other drug prevention services. A major emphasis is to build coalitions in order to mobilize the entire community to stop the demand for drugs. The Partnership's boardof directors includes professionals in the fields of education, law, medicine, and law enforcement.
In response to a community-wide assessment survey, and to the hundreds of requests from families in need of solutions to illegal drugs, the Partnership established many community services.
Here you can find the phone numbers and mailing addresses for many related local community services.
Here are links to National and International Resources.