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  • ~48% of Coffee County Youth reported they have a close family member with a severe alcohol and/or drug problem.
  • Most youth in Coffee County do NOT drink.
  • It is illegal for an adult to buy alcohol or host a party with alcohol for anyone under the age of 21.
  • 3/4 of Coffee County Youth do NOT smoke marijuana.

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Did you know that 1 hour/week spent with a youth can:

  • Reduce Drug and Alcohol Use
  • Decrease School Dropouts
  • Increase Social and Life Skills

Would you consider investing in the life of 1 Middle School Student in Coffee County? In this program mentors will:

  • Offer academic assistance by helping with homework
  • Help youth learn social and life skills to be more well-rounded successful students

The Program launched in Spring 2014! Check out the requirements for Mentors. Click here for a mentor application. Save it, fill it out and email it to: rray@ccantidrug.org. If you would prefer you may print it out and mail it to: 116 W. Fort Street, Manchester, TN 37355. For any additional questions, email Robert at rray@ccantidrug.org

 

This program is led by Robert Ray, Youth Coordinator. There are some amazing individuals in the community who serve on the Advisory Council to ensure the program runs smoothly and effectively.Advisory CouncilBack Row: Rosemary Crabtree, B. Ken Stewart, Billy Levengood, Jerry Tacket

Front Row: Susie Young, Anna-Catherine Hoover, Leslie Brasfield, Bertha Smith

Not Pictured: Jesslyn Johnson, Joyce Prusak, and Michelle Vaughn