Working together to
prevent and reduce substance abuse
in Chesterfield County

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Are 18 – 25 years old? Do you live in Chesterfield County, VA? Do you want a $5 Chick-fil-a gift card for 10 minutes of your time?

Then take our 2017 Young Adult Survey!


¿Tiene entre 18 y 25 años? ¿Usted vive en el condado de Chesterfield, VA? ¿Quieres una tarjeta de regalo de $ 5 Chick-fil-a por 10 minutos de tu tiempo?

¡Entonces, lleve nuestra Encuesta de Adultos Jóvenes de 2017!


In the fall of 2016, SAFE and Virginia ABC sponsored compliance checks at 124 retail outlets that sell alcohol to determine if they comply with the state law by not selling to underage persons. The same stores were checked in the spring of 2017. Ninety-three stores were in compliance in both the fall and spring. Teen volunteers, working with undercover Chesterfield police officers, conducted the checks. The ninety-three stores in compliance were thanked in the Chesterfield Observer ad below.

The Office of Attorney General has secured a donation of 80,000 drug deactivation kits. These kits are available NOW at the following locations, including:

Chesterfield Health Dept.
Reception Desk
9501 Lucy Corr Circle
Chesterfield, VA 23803

Chesterfield County Police Dept. Substation
2730 Hicks Road
Chesterfield, VA 23235

A Safe Medication Disposal Kiosk is available at Walgreens Pharmacy
4201 Meadowdale Blvd.
North Chesterfield, VA 23234
Open 24 hours

  Click here to read more about the press release and more about the kits themselves.

As of December 21, 2016, naloxone, a drug that can reverse opioid overdoses, is now available at all Walgreens Pharmacy locations in Virginia without a prescription. Click here to read more about the announcement that affects 33 states and Washington, D.C.