ABOUT US

Federal, State, and/or County funding has been provided through the Oakland County Health Network to support the project costs.

ADDRESS

248-956-0151

 

PO Box 813

Walled Lake, MI  48390

admin@lakesareacc.org

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ABOUT US

The mission of the Lakes Area Community Coalition is to prevent drug and alcohol use among our youth by promoting healthy activities that reduce risk factors and increase protective factors.​

 

The coalition and its members work closely with the Walled Lake Consolidated School District to provide programming that helps our youth make healthier choices; learn necessary tools for the successful navigation of life and be more resilient in the face of life's challenges. 


We work collaboratively with numerous community coalitions, substance abuse prevention professionals, and our local business, civic and community leaders to assess, evaluate and implement services and programs to meet the needs of the citizens of Walled Lake, Wolverine Lake, Wixom and Commerce.

OUR VISION

To create a healthy, vibrant,  drug-free community.

WHAT WE DO

We work collaboratively with other community coalitions, substance abuse prevention professionals, and our local business, civic & community leaders to assess, evaluate and implement services and programs to meet the needs of the citizens of our community

OUR COMMUNITY

The coalition and its members work closely with the Walled Lake Consolidated School District and other members of the Commerce, Wixom, Wolverine Lake & Walled Lake Communities

OUR PRESIDENT'S STORY

"As a person living in long term recovery, I was inspired by a former AA sponsee who was willing to do anything to keep her daughter, a heroin addict, alive.  By joining her on the front lines of this battle, I learned a lot about the disease of addiction (beyond my own alcoholism) and about the stigma that keeps so many people sick.  I believe that by educating parents as well as children, we can help prevent another generation going down the road of addiction that too often leads to death. Today, my passion is prevention."


​Kristen Quinn

President