The Missouri Substance Use Prevention Network was established in 2011 as a way to provide a network for prevention professionals and coalitions to identify and take action on common issues.
The Network’s mission is to create a stateside climate where communities are empowered to address substance use issues. The Network works to demonstrate to key stakeholders that substance use prevention needs to be a statewide public health priority. The Network. It also provides an avenue for dissemination of current research, best practices, publications, and resources.
The Network champions healthy choices across Missouri. Whether working to reduce underage drinking, encouraging proper medication disposal, or spreading the word about drug trends and prevention successes; this collection of professionals, volunteers, and youth make it a top priority to keep Missourians safe from the adverse affects of drugs and alcohol.