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Norfolk Prevention Coalition
Norfolk Prevention Coalition

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is a collaboration of the Virginia Departments of Health, Behavioral Health and Developmental Services and Health Professions, with recovery-based community organizations such as the McShin Foundation, OneCare of Southwest Virginia, the Substance Abuse and Addiction Recovery Alliance of Virginia and other stakeholders.

New Name - Norfolk Prevention Coalition (NPC)
Norfolk Prevention Coalition, formerly known as, Norfolk Prevention Network (NPN), had undergone a needs assessment in 2015.

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Prior to that time, the network convened regularly to discuss prevention initiatives within the City of Norfolk. During the time of assessment, NPN was a community collaborative, led by professionals. However, at the conclusion of the Needs Assessment, NPN had undergone a name change and service tagline.

The new name is Norfolk Prevention Coalition (NPC); it’s tagline is “Community Partners for Change.”

The purpose of the name change and tagline is to reflect NPC’s mission to develop a comprehensive and city-wide prevention strategy and continuum of evidence based services to strength and improve outcomes for Norfolk families.


Purpose 
While promoting Drug-free communities, Norfolk Prevention Coalition seeks to engage all community sectors to work together to reduce use of drugs, alcohol, and tobacco.

NPC collaborates with local and regional agencies to provide prevention education on substance use and abuse to parents and other community members.

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Archie Boone Jr.
Norfolk Community Services Board

Partnership for Success Coordinator

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