Nashville Prevention Partnership Incorporated

Nashville, TN   |  www.npponline.org

Mission

 
Nashville Prevention Partnership prevents substance abuse by connecting and uniting individuals, organizations and institutions
 

Ruling year info

2007

Principal Officer

DeWayne A. Holman

Main address

1704 Charlotte Avenue Suite 200

Nashville, TN 37203 USA

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EIN

20-5395328

NTEE code info

Alcohol, Drug Abuse (Prevention Only) (F21)

Community Coalitions (S21)

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Alcohol and Tobacco Compliance Checks

NPP partners with the Metro Nashville Police De­partment, Beer Board and the State Alcoholic Bever­age Commission to conduct undercover compliance checks throughout the year. A compliance check is a very effective method for enforcing age-of-sale laws and decreases the commercial availability of alcohol to youth. Compliance checks identify alcohol establishments that sell alcohol to underage youth. These checks not only hold alcohol establish­ments accountable for illegal sales to youth, but they encourage establishments to adequately train and supervise their employees as well.

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Rep Your Voice provides a platform for the representation of youth voice and promotes healthy expressions of life and community.  Rep Your Voice TV (RYV TV) production was launched in early 2013, as an extension to the Rep Your Voice initiative.  Through local television programming, NPP hopes to connect with youth on a larger scale and encourage the viewers to maintain a healthy, alcohol and drug-free lifestyle.  Rep Your Voice has developed the public service ads (PSA) for the Be A Parent Not A Peer campaign, 21 it’s still the Law and several documentaries and 30 minute length T.V. shows. We also train young people to use video, photography and graphic design to get public health messages to their peers.  http://www.repyourvoice.org

Population(s) Served

NPP recently secured a state grant to add a recovering addict, Nashville media figure Brad Schmitt, to spread the word that recovery from substance abuse is available and accessible for those who need it. The peer recovery coordinator is also charged with reducing stigma around those in recovery. For more information about Nashville’s recovery community, treatment and detox centers, recovery fellowships and organizations and service opportunities for those already in recovery, visit the weekly Nashville Recovers blog on Nashville. com or NashvilleRecovers.org, Contact Brad at [email protected] if you are interested in being a part of a speakers bureau of recovering addicts, who are willing to tell their stories to civic, church, school and workplace groups.

Population(s) Served

Since 2011 Tennessee has had more deaths from drug overdose than from driving fatalities. To combat the rise in abused prescription and over-the-counter drugs, Nashville launched "drug take back programs." To date the program has collected over 8,000 pounds of medicine. Through a recent media campaign, NPP encourages residents to protect themselves, family and friends by properly disposing of expired and unused drugs and medications. The safest way to dispose of unwanted or expired medications is through community these drug disposal boxes and "drug take-back" programs:

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Center for Nonprofit Management CEO Network 2006

PENCIL 2008

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Nashville Prevention Partnership Incorporated

Board of directors
as of 7/10/2018
SOURCE: Self-reported by organization
Board chair

Jennifer Charles

Nashville-Davidson County District Attorney's Office

Term: Mar 2014 - Nov 2016

Jenn Garcia

Oasis Center

DeWayne Holman

NPP

Sheila Calloway

Juvenile Court of Davidson County

Jennifer McMillan-Charles

Davidson County Sheriff's Office

Thomas Riche

Slight Edge 360

Mary Ann Hea

Retired

Thomas Hunter

Davidson County Sheriffs Office

Brenda Haywood