Community Members Invited to Town Hall Meeting to Prevent Underage Drinking Prior to High-Risk Weeks for Teens
Talk of prom dresses, boutonnieres and graduation gowns is not uncommon during this exciting time of year. Teens are preparing for prom and graduation season and all too often celebration involves alcohol consumption.
Through music, dancing and games, students learned how to be Future Leaders of the World.
The 2015 Youth Leadership Summit, on Sept. 28 and 29 at The Harvest Church in Lexington, was a great success!
On Tuesday, September 15, 2015 Richland County Council presented Gayle Aycock, President & CEO of LRADAC a proclamation declaring September National Recovery Month.
The Society for Community Research and Action, a division of the American Psychological Association, recently honored Dr. Pam Imm for her outstanding contribution to the field of community psychology. Dr. Imm works as an evaluator for community coalitions that help to prevent risky behaviors, including substance abuse, among youth. Dr. Imm is a consultant with LRADAC’s prevention programs assisting with evaluation, grant writing, and program development.