Addiction Prevention and Support Coalition
Tennessee Tech Addiction Prevention and Support Coalition
UNITE | EMPOWER | ENGAGE
The Tennessee Tech Addiction Prevention and Support Coalition is a campus-wide network of students, faculty, and staff who are working together to reduce substance abuse among Tennessee Tech students and within the Putnam County community.
Our vision is to have a campus community that is united and empowered in its efforts to support the development of an emotionally, socially, and economically healthy student body in a safe and drug-free community.
Our mission is to unite the diverse elements of Tennessee Tech campus and the Putnam County community in a unified substance abuse prevention effort designed to empower and engage students, faculty, and staff in order to create a responsible, drug-free community.
Our purposes are to
Prevent the onset and reduce the progression of substance abuse among Tennessee Tech students and members of the Putnam County community
Reduce substance-related problems at Tennessee Tech and within the Putnam County community
Build an infrastructure for engaging in effective prevention activities on campus and within the Putnam County community
Work with local community substance abuse prevention coalitions to pursue collaborative prevention activities within the Upper-Cumberland.
Unite Empower Engage
The project is funded through a grant by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). Power of Putnam, a local substance abuse prevention coalition, is our community partner – who we work very closely with – and is the lead organization on the SAMHSA grant.
If you have any questions about our coalition or if you would like to become a member of our coalition, please do not hesitate to contact Dr. Steve Seiler.
Dr. Steven Seiler, Director, firstname.lastname@example.org
Benjamin Dixon, Coordinator, email@example.com
Dr. Mark Loftis, Support Administrator, firstname.lastname@example.org
Coalition meetings will occur monthly throughout the academic year (August-May). Sign up for our newsletter to stay informed about meeting dates!