The Sauk County Partnership For Prevention is an alliance of community members and local organizations that are dedicated to preventing the dangerous use of alcohol, tobacco,
and other drugs.
Our coalition is facilitated by
Sauk County Public Health.
All are welcome!
We meet on the fourth Thursday of each month from 1 - 2:30 pm at the West Square building in Baraboo or virtually via Zoom.
Can't attend meetings? Not a problem! Contact us to see how you can support our initiatives to prevent the dangerous use of substances in our communities.
We currently address 3 types of dangerous substance use in our communities:
Through collaboration, education, and action, we empower our community to prevent the dangerous use of alcohol and other drugs, and to foster healthy lifestyles for people of all ages.
The people of Sauk County will not dangerously use alcohol or other drugs.
Our communities will be healthy, knowledgeable, and quick to support
those in need.
Keep problems from boiling over. Ensure teen parties are alcohol-free.
Youth are less likely to use marijuana if they know their parents disapprove.
Flavored vapes come in a wide variety of styles. Would you be able to identify them?
Prescription drugs can be as dangerous to your health as drugs that are made illegally.
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