Memphis Area

Prevention

Coalition

Promoting community safety through substance abuse prevention

Join us on Thursday, December 19th at 3:00 P.M.  for MAPC's Holiday Open House.

We are located at 1000 South Cooper Street (Inside First Congregational Church) in Suite 111.  



  

Coalitions from across the state of Tennessee went to Washington D.C. to speak with Senators Alexander and Corker

We had a great time in D.C. in February!  We stood alongside fellow Tennessee Coalitions and represented a united front of substance abuse prevention and community safety.
Walter addresses doctors, pharmacists, nurse practitioners and many other medical practitioners at the Prescription Drug Safety Act of 2012 Seminar
Oak Court Mall mini-expo 11/10/12

We had a great time supporting the Church Health Center at Rock for Love 6!

 Thanks to everyone who came out!

 

Memphis Area Prevention Coalition

*In The News*

 

 

 

 

A NIGHT TO REMEMBER

DRUNK DRIVING ACCIDENT SURVIVOR

SPOKE AT UNIVERSITY OF MEMPHIS

Drunk Driving Accident Survivor Blake McMeans spoke to Local High School and College Students at the University of Memphis April 17th at 6 p.m. About His Past Tragedy and Road to Recovery.

Memphis Area Prevention Coalition, in partnership with TRUE BLUE CHOICES and Center for Health Equity Research and Promotion (CHERP) at the School of Public Health, University of Memphis, is very proud to announce an evening with Blake McMeans. He will be speaking to local students as part of the “Blake McMeans Promise Tour”.  This program is made possible by generous donations from:  Colliers-Wilkinson-Snowden, Duncan Williams, Buster’s Liquors & Wines and Stern Cardiovascular Clinic. Attendees will also be able to register for A NIGHT TO REMEMBER Prom Package including Dinner, Limo Car Service, Flowers and Tuxedo Rental!

 

Capitol Hill Day 2012!

Tennessee Prevention Coalitions "storm" Capitol Hill to discuss issues and legislation related to substance use/abuse in our counties!

Memphis Area Prevention Coalition is creating quite an impression!  Here are a couple of our 18x36" metal signs we are installing at high traffic locations around our city and county!

Thanks to our coalition partners -- Meritan and United Methodist Neighborhood Center!