Collaboration. Prevention. Results.
The Alliance is excited to offer this FREE leadership training to our local youth in grades 8 - 12.
To participate in this amazing opportunity through the CADCA National Youth Leadership Training, please register your youth today! Community service hours apply! Looks great on a college application too! More information, email our Youth Program Coordinator, Kendra Ruddy.
New Board Leadership Begins May 1, 2021
Welcome Ms. Angela DelPup is the
new Chair of the Alliance Board of Directors
Ms. DelPup is a life-long resident of Oakland County. She grew up in Troy graduating from Troy Athens High School. She obtained her undergraduate degree in Elementary Education from Oakland University and her MBA from the University of Phoenix. She is currently the Director of Foundation Development, Community Health and Education, Diabetes and Nutrition Counseling, Volunteer Services and Senior Services. Angela’s love of community, prevention and wellness continues to be the focus of her career and her passion for improving the overall health and wellness of those served in the community is a priority.
Dr. Calvin Higgins moves into Vice Chair
He is currently the Assistant Vice President at the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago - Detroit Branch. He is an experienced and educated law enforcement executive with more than 30 years of law enforcement experience including the Drug Enforcement Agency as a Supervisory Special Agent. Dr. Higgins possesses a Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice, a Master of Science in Criminal Justice/Criminology, a Master of Arts in Political Science (Major: Public Policy) and a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D) in Political Science (Major: Public Policy). 
Mr. Marc Jeffries, Past Chair
A notable leader as the Chair of the Board of Directors for the Alliance of Coalitions for Healthy Communities for the past 12 years, Mr. Jeffries has been instrumental in altering the trajectory of the organization from a grassroots organization to what we are today – a strong, compliant and effective prevention and recovery support organization in Oakland County that acts as the umbrella for what is now 21 prevention coalitions. Thank you so much for your dedication to the Alliance.

Calling All Youth! We Need You!

We are looking for students to participate in focus groups on assessing how alcohol prevention messaging is received by youth in Oakland County. Ages 6-12th grade are welcome. These focus groups will be held monthly on the 3rd Sunday of each month at 3:00 pm beginning April 18, 2021 and will be ongoing for the next several months.

To have your youth participate, please fill out this form.

Then have them register for the dates that work for them here.

Students can select the date that works best for them at registration. This is a great opportunity for students to interact with peers from different areas of the county. Need more information, send us an email.

Do you know a young person who can draw, paint, create amazing graphic designs or take fantastic photos?

PRIZES for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place entries.

We are running a poster campaign to highlight why Oakland County Youth are choosing to be Above the Influence.

For more details, see the image to the right. Send submissions via email directly to Amiris Roberson, Prevention Program Coordinator. Deadline is April 30.

Staying Safe & Healthy Virtually

Connect with others and receive much needed support or give support to others who may be struggling. More info.
  • Tuesday 7:00am - 8:00am
  • Thursdays 7:00 – 8:00 pm

A free online class to assist you with the administration of Naloxone (Narcan) to save a life during an opioid overdose emergency.

Bringing together holistic health experts in a TED Talk-style presentation, join us for a virtual wellness experience that will share natural approaches for health and wellness care in your home with experts in the field.

All presentations are archived and accessible on the Alliance website.
April 24th is DEA NATIONAL
It's your chance to get rid of unneeded and/or expired medications off your shelves.

We support the Drug Enforcement Administration in asking Americans to properly dispose of them. Locate a collection site near you.
With 21+ community prevention coalitions serving 55+ local communities in Oakland County, we are amplifying prevention efforts to keep our youth safe and healthy. Prevention works!
Visit our website to connect with one in your neighborhood.
(248) 221-7101
Federal, State, and/or County funding has been provided through the Oakland Community Health Network
Office of Substance Use Disorders to support the project costs.