About Us...

History of Drug-Free Delaware Coalition

In 2005, the Surgeon General issued a call to action to prevent and reduce
underage drinking. In April of 2006, a Town Hall Meeting was conducted to begin
the process of reducing underage drinking in Delaware County. The Town Hall
Meeting served as a kick-off for what is now called Drug-Free Delaware (formally
called the Delaware County Underage Drinking Coalition). DFD has been in
existence since May of 2006. Sectors represented on the Coalition include: Youth,
Schools, Law Enforcement Agencies, Parents, Youth Serving Organizations,
Business, Health Care Professionals, Media, Government Agencies, Religious,
Community Service Organizations and Substance Abuse Agencies.


Delaware County youth will grow and thrive in a healthy community designed to
be drug-free.


To mobilize community resources and local partnerships to create a healthy
environment by advocating for and supporting prevention and intervention
efforts targeting alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use and abuse.

Need Help or Someone to Talk To? 

Please Contact HelpLine at 2-1-1 or visit their website at http://helplinedelmor.org Or for Emergencies Dial 9-1-1

Report a Tip:

Officer Ben Boruchowitz at BBoruchowitz@cityofpowell.us

Report an Anonymous Drug Tip: 740-833-2790