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Programs & Services

B.A.S.S.E.T - Beverage Alcohol Seller & Server Education Training

The BASSET program encourages profitable, responsible, and legal alcohol sales and service.

Youth Alcohol and Drug Prevention School Training

The  Prevention  Partnership, Inc. Peer Leadership and Skills Building Program, was identified as one of the State of Illinois' “Most Promising Prevention Programs” by the Department of Human Services.

Teenage Pregnancy & STI Prevention

Program designed to decrease the rates of teen pregnancies, sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and HIV/AIDS; and to increase positive youth development activities and services for African-American and Hispanic youth, ages eleven to eighteen.

Family and Youth Financial Literacy

The Money Smart Financial Education Curriculum was launched by the FDIC as a nationwide initiative in September of 2001.

Community Coalitions/SAMHSA/CSAP

The Prevention Partnership, Inc. is the fiscal and managing agent for two coalitions the Westside Coalition for Healthy Neighborhoods (WCHN) formerly the Austin Coalition for Healthy Lifestyles and the stablished in 2007. South Suburban Family Wellness Alliance (SSFWA) established in 2009. 

Great Lakes Regional Initiative/ 6 Midwest State Project

The mission of the Great Lakes Urban Initiative is to design, implement, evaluate, and replicate a culturally intelligent, high-impact, cost-effective demonstration partnership addressing specific behavioral health and public health needs in communities of color within the region. 

Education Books Bookshelfs
"Chill Drill" Kits

Prevention Partnership works with schools and families to create programs around the Chill Drill. 

Heroin/Opioid Overdose Prevention and Intervention

The Task Force aims to confront the epidemic of opioid overdoses and resultant deaths in Chicago’s West Side communities.

Browse photos from Austin Voices documenting Prevention Partnership's programs & services!

A five-step planning process to guide states, jurisdictions, tribes, and communities in the selection, implementation, and evaluation of effective, culturally appropriate, and sustainable prevention activities.

A comprehensive approach to behavioral health also means seeing prevention as part of an overall continuum of care.

By the Center for Prevention Research & Development, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Illinois Department of Human Services CSUPS

Illinois Department of Human Services SUPS

More Resources can be found here.

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