Keeping Teens Drug Free and Accountable--PASS (Peers Are Staying Straight)
Retired and Senior Volunteer Program/MACOA
The PASS program is looking for volunteers to assist in a drug prevention program. This program is implemented with student drug testing at five county schools and two private schools in Autauga County. Volunteers are needed to assist during the week of drug testing and to send out consent forms prior to the week of testing. If volunteers wish to participate through RSVP they must be 55 or older.
About Retired and Senior Volunteer Program/MACOA
115 East Jefferson Street, Montgomery, AL 36104, US
The purpose of RSVP is to link the skills, knowledge, and experience of the volunteer with identified needs in the community, and to provide rewarding opportunities for seniors.
The Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) provides opportunities for people 55 and over to make a difference in their community through volunteer service. RSVP offers maximum flexibility and choice to its volunteers, while matching personal interests and skills of older Americans to needs of the community.