Horizon’s Partners with Local Law Enforcement

Horizon Behavioral Health has worked diligently to develop collaborative relationships with our five law enforcement offices.  We have partnered with three of our law enforcement offices to host Drug Take Back Day events in the fall and spring of each year for the past two years.  This includes Amherst and Appomattox County, as well as…

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LEA Report from ESCSB Prevention

ESCSB’s Prevention Office works very closely with local law enforcement through our coalition, Community Partners of the Eastern Shore. At the request of the Eastern Shore Drug Task Force, we created two pocket pals. These are full of information and their size makes it easy to slip from the officer’s pocket to the pocket of…

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Danville-Pittsylvania Community Services’ Partnership with Local Law Enforcement

The Regional Alliance for Substance Abuse Prevention (RASAP) working through Danville-Pittsylvania Community Services has been actively working with the City of Danville Police Department (DPD) on substance use prevention. RASAP and the DPD have developed a strong working relationship which benefits the coalition and police department; members of the DPD are an active part of…

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CIBH partnership with law enforcement

Chesapeake Integrated Behavioral Healthcare (CIBH) and Prevention Services have partnered with Chesapeake Police Department to place a permanent drug take back box at police headquarters, a first for the department.  Our Substance Use Prevention and Awareness Coalition (SUPAC) has two Chesapeake police officers from their Prevention division.

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Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition of Alexandria Law Enforcement Collaboration

The Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition of Alexandria (SAPCA) collaborates with law enforcement through several activities. Representatives from the Alexandria Police Department and the Alexandria Sheriff’s Office: Speak at the press conferences for  Project Sticker Shock and Kick Butts Day and accompany youth to stores to conduct  merchant education for these annual events. Staff our four…

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Vital Signs & Training Opportunities

Resiliency is not something you either have or don’t have, it is a skill that can be taught, nurtured, and supported in all people. To learn more about resiliency, check out recent Vital Signs article The Power of Resiliency in the Face of Adversity. The first step to building a trauma-informed and resilient community is…

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