SCAD Coalition's first online fundraiser has started!!!

Do you have an adorable pet in costume that you would like to show off?

  1. Follow the link to the Paws for Prevention page to upload your photo of your pet. (Or click on the Paws for Prevention logo.)
  2. Please send your donation to SCAD Coalition vie PayPal or regular mail.
  3. Then tell all your friends and family to go vote for your sweet pet!

The costumed pet with the most votes will win a gift card and more. We will announce the winner on Saturday, October 26, 2019, live on SCAD Coalition's Facebook page.

The proceeds raised will be split evenly between SCAD Coalition for prevention work and Sullivan County Animal Shelter for the care of the animals.

Join Sullivan County Anti-Drug Coalition as we work together to improve our county.

Coalition meetings are on the 2nd Thursdays of January, March, May, July, September, and November, from 10 AM - Noon at the Sullivan County Regional Health Department, Blountville. All are welcome! Click here for more information.

Board meetings are on the 2nd Thursdays of February, April, June, August, October and December, from 11 AM - 1 PM. Please contact info@scadcoalition.org for more information.

***Parent, Guardian, Caretaker Alert***

Sudden Severe Lung Illnesses are being reported. The CDC released a warning that, e-cigarette products have been implicated in at least 7 deaths and hundreds of severe illnesses. Many more are pending more information. These sudden illnesses are affecting primarily adolescents and young adults who have reported using vapes or e-cigarettes. Please talk to your kids and young adults about this and they are using any type of vape or e-cigarette they should stop immediately! Please talk about these risks along with risk for addiction. If you need more information click on our Nicotine page below.

Keep up-to-date about Tennessee Vaping-Illnesses by clicking here.

RED-LINE: 1-800-889-9789

Information and referral line provides accurate, up-to-date alcohol, drug, problem gambling, and other addiction information and referrals to all citizens of Tennessee at their request.

Callers are provided with at least 3 referral sources when possible. REDLINE staff does not do therapy or counseling with the caller or substance abuser, but gives them the information to put them in touch with someone who will provide a diagnosis, prognosis or assessment of the mental or physical health of the substance user/abuser. The REDLINE strives to provide the caller with specific referrals based on their stated needs.