Working together to
prevent and reduce substance abuse
in Chesterfield County
Rally Day 2017 is January 25th
SAFE along with coalition partners from across the Commonwealth, will spend a day sharing our support and concerns with Virginia Senators and Delegates regarding bills related to prescription drugs, heroin, marijuana, alcohol and tobacco. Click here for more information on the Virginia Assembly.
NIDA’s National Drug & Alcohol Facts Week – January 23-29, 2017
This week-long observance will bring together teens and scientific experts in communities across the globe to discuss facts about drug and alcohol abuse. National Drug & Alcohol Facts Week is a NIDA initiative that encourages community-based events where teens ask questions of addiction and use NIDA’s FREE educational materials. Events can be sponsored by a variety of organizations, including schools, community groups, sports clubs, book clubs, and local hospitals. Click here for more information.
SAFE is working with VA ABC, Chesterfield County Police and Chesterfield County Youth Planning and Development to make sure store clerks are following the law when it comes to alcohol sales.
- Chesterfield Police cracks down on stores making illegal alcohol sales (NBC12, 8 Dec. 2016, 10:19 p.m.)
- Police bust Chesterfield clerks selling alcohol to minors (WTVR, 8 Dec. 2016, 6:38 p.m.)
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.
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
SAFE, Virginia Department of Health and Chesterfield County Police Department are working to obtain another 3,500 of these drug deactivation kits in order to distribute them in the community. Click here to read more about the press release and more about the kits themselves.