LICKING COUNTY PREVENTION PARTNERSHIP
In March 2011, Pathways of Central Ohio extended an invitation to various community partners to become part of an effort to address the prescription drug problem in Licking County. The Licking County Prescription Drug Task Force convened its first meeting on March 7, 2011. In 2015, the LCRxTF became the Licking County Prevention Partnership (LCPP) with an expanded vision and mission to address behavioral health concerns including violence, bullying, suicide, problem gambling and other substance use disorders.
Access a variety of prevention science and research based resources to help you better understand behavioral health and how you can help make your community the best in Licking County. Let your research start here!
We hosts or produces many trainings and events designed to educate Licking County residents on topics including positive mental health, addiction and other substance use disorders, problem gambling and suicide prevention among others.
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WHAT WE DO
The Partnership works to create a community of individuals who are educated on the dangers of violence,
bullying, suicide, and substance use disorders as well as the correlation with other behavioral
health concerns including poverty, problem gambling and mental illness.
The Licking County Prevention Partnership (LCPP) is a community-led coalition supported by Pathways of Central Ohio and funded in part by Ohio Mental Health & Addiction Services, Mental Health and Recovery for Licking & Knox Counties and Licking County United Way.