Social Services
SUBSTANCE USE PREVENTION & TREATMENT
  Chemical Dependency Prevention  
 
 

Prevention services are designed to delay or reduce the use of alcohol and other drug abuse in children who have not yet begun to use and abuse or who are experimenting.  The goal is to reduce the negative consequences of alcohol and drug abuse in society and thus reduce the need for future treatment services. The following agencies provide prevention programs in Thurston and Mason County.

Family Education and Support Services
Address:
  1202 Black Lake Blvd Suite B
Olympia WA
   
Phone:   360.754.7629
1.877.813.2828
   
Web:   www.familyeducationandsupport.org    
TOGETHER!
Address:
  418 Carpenter Road SE, Suite 203
Lacey WA
   
Phone:   360.493.2230    
Web:   www.thurstontogether.org    

 

The Division of Behavioral Health and Recovery developed a Community Prevention Wellness Initiative (CPWI).  This resulted in a collaboration of the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction, and the Counties in the State.  The focus of moving to a community-focused approach, with the expertise and commitment of the partners, will help communities leverage resources and focus and concentrate efforts.  This will help Washington’s prevention field build on what works, have a deeper impact, better measure those impacts, and build support for additional investments in prevention.

 Rainier and Tenino are the Thurston County communities that were chosen to participate in the CPWI.  If you live in one of those communities, check here to follow up with what your community is doing!

Rainier: http://thurstontogether.org/whatWeDo/CM-Coalitions/coalitions/rainier.html
bit.ly: http://bit.ly/16DpIPa
Tenino:  http://thurstontogether.org/whatWeDo/CM-Coalitions/coalitions/tenino-bucoda.html
bit.ly:
http://bit.ly/1apCKgd

   

 

 

 
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Program Manager
Joe Avalos: 360.867.2508

Prevention and Treatment Specialist
Diana Cockrell: 360.867.2511

Program Assistant
Tina Gehrig: 360.867.2509

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This page last updated: 03/27/14