In The Business of Prevention Since 1974
The Bulloch County Alcohol and Drug Council is a non-profit organization, mandated by the Bulloch County Grand Jury and chartered by the Secretary of State.
The Bulloch Alcohol and Drug Council was organized in 1974 under the direction of the Bulloch County Grand Jury. The Council is composed of twelve volunteers from different community sectors.
Our mission is to educate and raise awareness in the community about the impact of alcohol, nicotine, and other substances. We strive to connect individuals and families with community resources for support, treatment, and recovery.
The Bulloch Alcohol & Drug Council (BADC) was established in 1974 following an alcohol-related incident that impacted a local youth. Since then, BADC has actively partnered with Statesboro & Bulloch County officials, law enforcement, educators, counselors, and community members.
Together, we deliver evidence-based prevention programs, community resources, and campaigns aimed at raising awareness regarding the impact of alcohol, nicotine, and other substances.
What We Do
By increasing community awareness and knowledge, our programs are proven to reduce youth substance use.
Our classes are proven to challenge participants’ current beliefs around substance use.
We provide a wide range of community services including scholarships, funding, drug & alcohol evaluations and training.
Our campaigns strive to increase community awareness of the dangers of underage drinking and drug use.