To prevent and reduce substance abuse among youth and young adults by building health family, school, and community environments.

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WHEN
Wednesday, April 20, 2017
7:30 AM to 12:00 PM (CDT)
WHERE
Missouri City Community Center
1524 Texas Parkway
Missouri City, TX 77489

Drop off your expired or unused medication for proper disposal.
WHEN
Saturday, April 29, 2017
10 AM to 2 PM (CDT)
WHERE
FBISD Mercer Stadium Parking Lot
16403 Lexington Blvd.
Sugar Land, TX 77479

The Voice of One, the Power of All
FBCPC chooses
“Prevention” because
“It Works”

By mobilizing entire community – parents, youth, school, law enforcement, healthcare providers, media, faith community, and businesses – communities can transform.

FBCPC priorities: Underage Drinking and Alcohol Abuse among Young Adults, Youth use of Marijuana, Youth use of Tobacco and E-cigarettes, and Prescription Drug Abuse.

What We Do

The Fort Bend Community Prevention Coalition (FBCPC), a program of Fort Bend Regional Council on Substance Abuse, Inc., serves a vital role in protecting the health and welfare of youth, families, and community members within the Fort Bend Independent School District service area.

Coalition members of varied backgrounds, levels of expertise and commitment have come together to address factors, such as ease of access to drugs and alcohol, low perception of the risks associated with using, and negative peer influence, that are proven to increase adolescent substance use rates. As a result of these community changes, students’ risk of a host of problems that could threaten their bright futures will be decreased.

By pooling their knowledge and resources, coalition members are effectively and efficiently working to reduce youth access to alcohol, marijuana and prescription drugs, and foster a community expectation that youth will stay alcohol and other drug free.

A Program of

Our Mission

To prevent and reduce substance abuse among youth and young adults by building healthy family, school and community environments.

Our Vision

A community where all people are respected, appreciated, and live safe and healthy lives, free of substance abuse.

Resources

National Drug Take Back Event - April 29, 2017

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The Fort Bend community will have the opportunity to dispose…

Project Drop Box

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Look at your medications and count them. Lock your medications…