About Us

One County. One Cause.

MPC members include concerned parents, community members, business leaders, organization representatives, and youths who are committed to making a difference in Montcalm County.  The coalition is governed by a member-elected Board of Directors with the day-to-day work being overseen by a Coalition Coordinator.  

Our Coalition work is currently funded through a grant from the federal Drug-Free Communities Support Program with approved work in two major areas: underage drinking and prescription drugs, and two minor areas: tobacco and marijuana.  We are currently in year 8 of our 10 year grant cycle.  Our primary goal is to continue to invite people, including yourself, to the table to help in building long-term coalition sustainability to continue the prevention work in Montcalm County.

This grassroots coalition was initially formed in 2009 as a collaboration between two previously existing prevention groups: Tobacco-Free Montcalm and Montcalm Coalition to Prevent Underage Drinking (MCPUD).  

The new formed group was then called Drug-Free Montcalm.  In 2012, the Medication Disposal Coalition of Montcalm County came under the Drug-Free umbrella.  In 2013, Drug-Free Montcalm became YOUTHINK Montcalm, then in late 2016, the name was again changed to Montcalm Prevention Collaborative (MPC).  

We invite you to join us!

If you are interested in attending a Full Coalition meeting or would like to become involved on one of our work teams, please contact Phil Millerov, Coalition Coordinator: coordinator@montcalmprevention.org

989-289-0527

Full Coalition Meeting Minutes
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