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Montcalm Prevention Collaborative

Welcome to Montcalm Prevention Collaborative

At MPC, our goal is to reduce youth substance misuse throughout Montcalm County in a comprehensive and long-term manner. While our primary focus is on youth, we are also dedicated to valuing each life by creating a healthier community.

Originally formed in 2009, our grassroots coalition was a collaboration between two previously existing prevention groups: Tobacco-Free Montcalm and Montcalm Coalition to Prevent Underage Drinking (MCPUD).  While our Coalition’s name has changed, what hasn’t changed is our member’s commitment to the community.

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.

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Upcoming Events:

Medication Take Back on Thursday, June 6, 9:00 – 11:00 am, Arms of Love, 1220 N Lafayette, Greenville and from 12:00 – 2:00 pm, at Grace Community Church, 9920 Reed Rd, Howard City

Medication Take Back on Friday, July 26, Time TBD, Sheridan Community Health Fair, Sheridan Community Center, 205 St. Clair St, Sheridan

Medication Take Back on Thursday, August 15, 3:00 – 6:00 pm, Corewell Health, 8650 Howard City-Edmore Rd, Lakeview

Medication Take Back on Saturday, September 21, 11:00 – 2:00 pm, Miller & Associates, 616 E Main St, Edmore

Check Out Our Latest Media Coverage:

Feature on Jack Snyder, an MPC youth

Compassion Cures Event

TCHS Amnesty Boxes & Pre-Prom

Pre-Prom 2024 Article

MPC Events

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MPC Event

Drug Use Prevention and Disposal Team

Learn about proper medication disposal and the dangers of abuse.

MPC Vaping

Nicotine Prevention

Learn about the dangers of using nicotine and e-cigarettes, along with prevention techniques.

MPC Marijuana

Marijuana Prevention

Learn about the dangers of using marijuana and the effects a youth's developing brain.

MPC Girls

Youth Leadership

Learn how we empower young people to make good choices and to develop leadership skills