Substance abuse is growing and knows no boundaries. Our main purpose is to educate the community about the dangers and arm them with the tools needed to avoid making dangerous choices. From children to young adults and senior citizens; we have a different message for each group. Please help us to educate the community and reduce substance abuse in our lifetime.
Executive Board members, chairperson, recording and corresponding/public relations secretary positions open every two years.
Support our organization while networking for your own group or using your skills to shine while helping us to fight Alcohol, Tobacco and other Drug abuse in Wayne.
Support us with your specific talent or join in and we'll help you find a way to participate!
Call 973-694-1800 x 3244 or write: email@example.com to join us. Please considering following us on FACEBOOK, too!
We are currently searching for the following volunteers:
1. Volunteer Coordinator to be an ambassador to our new volunteers and to help bring our message to the local Senior Citizen Groups.
2. Office: filing, typing, direct mail assistance, photography, press releases, fundraising.
3. Events: hand out flyers and help convey our message to the community.
4. Event Promoter: Photographer/News Release: Print and video/Internet promotion/social media
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About Wayne Alliance for the Prevention of Substance Abuse
475 Valley Road, Wayne, NJ 07470, US
Created in 1990, the Wayne Alliance is dedicated to the promotion of safe, healthy and responsible lifestyles through: Prevention Intervention Education Comprised of volunteers from the community, the Alliance seeks to identify alcohol, tobacco and other drug (ATOD) problems, unify the community and become a force for change.
Serving Wayne residents for over 20 years, the Alliance continues to act as the official coordinating body for planning, awareness and prevention education efforts on abuse of ATOD. Working toward a drug, alcohol and tobacco free community is our goal.
No one is comfortable learning about the troubles that plague their community. At the same time it is unrealistic to expect most children to get through adolescence without ever encountering drugs. However, effective communication and education can help a town to overcome the most challenging problems.
Parents are powerful.
You can make a difference.
Talk to your child about alcohol, tobacco and drugs.
Wayne Parents Care Meet the first Tuesday of the month at 7:30pm in the Health Department.