2018 Events

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Scott County Taking Back Unwanted Prescription Drugs April 28 at Walmart [SCOTTSBURG, IND] – On Saturday, April 28, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. the Scott County Partnership and the Drug Enforcement Administration, in partnership with the Scottsburg Police Department and the Scott County Sheriffs’ Department, is sponsoring a Drug Take Back Day that will give the public its 15th … Read More

EMPOWER: New Countywide Youth Coalition

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As part of the Scott County Drug Free Communities (DFC) Support Program initiative, a new countywide youth coalition has formed. The founding members chose the name EMPOWER and hope the NEW coalition encourages and equips Scott County youth with tools to live healthy, safe and drug-free lives. Founding members of EMPOWER are Byron Holland, Eliza Mount, Dylan Baker, Taylor Stewart, … Read More

Solid Waste District Furnishes Second Permanent Pharmaceutical Waste Disposal Bin for Scott County

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Solid Waste District Furnishes Second Permanent Pharmaceutical Waste Disposal Bin for Scott County The Southeastern Indiana Solid Waste District (SISWD) partnered with the Scott County Partnership, the Scott County Sheriff’s Department, and the Austin Police Department to provide bins to Scott County residents to dispose of unused, expired, and unwanted medications 24 hours a day, seven days … Read More

Community Forum: A Community Dialogue on Recovery

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Community Forum: A Community Dialogue on Recovery SCOTT COUNTY, Ind.—Join us as we bring people together around a topic affecting our community to hear thoughts and life experiences from community members in a moderated panel discussion and Q & A format. “A Community Dialogue on Recovery” sponsored by Purdue Extension, Get Healthy Scott County Coalition, and CEASe will take place … Read More

CEASe Grants out over $23,000 to address Substance Abuse at February 2018 Coalition Meeting

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As the recognized substance abuse local coordinating coalition (LCC) in Scott County, CEASe administers the community drug fund created by state statute. It is a system by which fines, assessed and collected through the court system from specific drug and alcohol offenses, are released back into the community as awarded grants to support agencies and providers. This allows these recipients … Read More