Our programs are proven to increase community awareness and knowledge of current substance use issues and to change behaviors and attitudes that ultimately reduce youth substance use.
Drug Free Communities
Bulloch Drug Free Communities (DFC) aims to prevent substance use among youth and, over time, reduce substance abuse among adults by addressing the factors in a community that increase the risk.
Bulloch Parent Network
Bulloch Parent Network is a community-wide network of parents of youth ages 10-18 seeking opportunities to engage in active parenting practices to reduce risky behavior in adolescents.
Partnership for Success
Partnerships for Success is a partnership grant between the BADC and Decatur Prevention Initiative (DPI) that addresses one of the nation’s top substance abuse prevention priorities – underage drinking among persons aged 9 to 24.
Partners in Prevention
The Partners In Prevention Project (PIPP) is funded by the Georgia DBHDD to prevent underage drinking by working in collaboration with local, regional, and statewide partners in 5 of DBHDD’s 6 regions across the state to serve selected target communities.
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.