St. Albans Drug 
Prevention Task Force

Our Vision
A Safe, Caring, Healthy Community

As part of a growing problem of drug abuse among school children, the City of St. Albans has formed a Drug Prevention Task Force to address this in a pro-active way.  No longer can we risk the loss of our future citizens.

To report illegal or suspicious drug activity, call:  348-8111

To talk with someone anytime, call:  201-1111

To receive help with intervention & treatment, call:  341-0251

For more information about the St. Albans Drug Prevention Task Force, please call Mayor Dick Callaway @ 727-2971.


FREE
RANDOM DRUG SCREENING

With parent approval for participation in the drug screening program, students would be tested randomly for the most commonly abused drugs. The test gives instant results and would be free of charge unless there was a positive test result.

If the test is positive, for a nominal fee of $44, parents may choose to have additional testing.

All testing and results are completely confidential.

Participating in the random drug screening program allows the student to have what is viewed by their peers, a legitimate reason to say “No”, without losing face.



Meeting Information

The St. Albans Drug Prevention Task Force meets the first Tuesday of each month at 10:00 a.m. at City Hall in the MUC Conference Room, 1499 MacCorkle Avenue.

If you would like to be added to the notification list or receive minutes from past or future meetings, please email Veronica at City Hall: sarecorder@suddenlinkmail.com

For more information about the St. Albans Drug Prevention Task Force, please call Mayor Dick Callaway @ 727-2971.

 


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