WHO WE ARE
Prevention Partnership is a minority governed, nonprofit organization located on the Westside of Chicago. We are focused on making the world around us a better, happier place. With the help of our tireless staff, we organize fundraisers, community-building events, and in-depth education and training sessions for our youth, parents & community residents.
WHAT WE DO
Promoting positive habits through education, prevention, and intervention.
Enabling individuals and communities to gain the power to persevere.
Our community based programs are designed, implemented, and evaluated utilizing the help of community coalitions composed of indigenous residents and organizations such as local government, law enforcement, youth, parents, media, youth serving and civic organizations, schools, health care, churches and other concerned civic groups and individuals.
Our programs include Youth Drug and Alcohol Prevention, Teen Pregnancy and HIV/AIDS Prevention, Gang & Domestic Violence Prevention, Responsible Alcohol Beverage Service to Adults including Drunk Driving Prevention for Bartenders & Servers through in person or online training throughout Illinois.
Photo from Austin Voice
PREVENTION PARTNERSHIP HIGHLIGHTS
Too many people are dying from opioid overdoses. Prevention sites would save lives. Chicago Sun-Times
35th Anniversary Awards Dinner. Review a recap of the evening and a feature in The Voice.
Students at CCA Academy & Al Raby High School Certified Too Good for Drugs! The Voice.
High School Students Learn to Resist Peer Pressure in Too Good for Drugs Course. The Voice.
Letter to the Editor. Increased Gambling Opportunities Bring Increased Risks, Too
2021 Chicago Public Schools Historical Perspective. Read Prevention Partnership's 2021 historical perspective (June 2021).
Quarterly Newsletters. Read all issues of our Prevention Partnership quarterly newsletter.
Participatory Process Evaluation of the Prevention Partnership's Impaired Driving/Healthy Educational Lifestyle Program. A final report funded FY 2020 by the Illinois Department of Transportation.
OPS Community Engagement Project June 2020 Report. Read about the Overdose Prevention Site Community Engagement Project in this report from June 2020.
Smart Alert Volume XIV, Issue IX. International Overdose Awareness Day and National Recovery Month 2020
Architect's Rendering of Joint Police & Fire Public Safety Training Academy and Youth Center.