COUNCIL FOR DRUG FREE YOUTH

aka CDFY   |   Jefferson Cty, MO   |  www.jccdfy.org

Mission

To motivate, educate, and collaborate. To promote healthy drug free lifestyles among youth in mid-Missouri.

Ruling year info

1998

Principal Officer

Dr. Joy Wanner Sweeney

Main address

PO Box 212 306 Jefferson St.

Jefferson Cty, MO 65102 USA

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EIN

43-1419547

NTEE code info

Alcohol, Drug and Substance Abuse, Dependency Prevention and Treatment (F20)

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Tobacco Prevention

Supported by area healthcare providers, this program offers engaging, attention-grabbing education to students about how dangerous tobacco, vapes, and e-cigs are on the human body.

Population(s) Served

Audience: Kindergarten – 5th grade students

Performers: 5th grade students

Safety Kids are student role models who bring the drug-free lifestyle message to over 10,000 Mid-Missouri students each year.

Population(s) Served

Audience: 4th&5th graders

Performers: 7th grade students

Show-Me Players performs skits and songs that demonstrate how to say no to alcohol, tobacco, bullying, suicide, and violence prevention. They also address parental conflict, depression, and suicide prevention.

Population(s) Served

Audience: 6th graders

Performers: 9th grade students

UPLIFT is a drama group that meets during the summer and develops skits designed to educate 6th graders about alcohol, tobacco, prescription drugs, marijuana, bullying, and suicide.
During the school year, UPLIFT performs their skits at middle schools all around mid-Missouri. Afterward, they divide into groups and facilitate discussions with the 6th graders.

Population(s) Served

Audience: 7th graders
COPE is a facilitated program that reaches over 900 students. The program helps students think through the situations they will be put in regarding drugs. All COPE activities are provided in a way that engages participants.

Targeted:
Alcohol
Tobacco
Marijuana

Population(s) Served

Audience: 8th graders

Team Challenge provides substance abuse prevention methods through the importance of communication and team building. The program encourages trust, understanding, and acceptance through communication.

Targeted:
Alcohol
Marijuana
Prescription Drugs
Heroin
Meth

Population(s) Served

Audience: 9th graders

Baseline is a facilitated program that increases awareness of the impact that alcohol and other drugs can have on the student, the family, and the community. The program provides information and enables them to comprehend the facts that will inform healthy life choices.

Targeted:
Alcohol
Tobacco
Marijuana
Prescription Drugs
Bullying

Population(s) Served

Audience: High Schoolers

Second Chance Change is a partnership with Crossroads Rehabilitation. This program offers students who have been caught using drugs an opportunity to avoid suspension by participating in this 6 session program. Participants learn life skills and are counseled on how to avoid drugs moving forward.

Targeted:
Alcohol
Tobacco
Marijuana
Prescription Drugs
Bullying

Population(s) Served

Audience: High Schoolers

This program helps teach students who are beginning to drive the impact of drinking before or during driving. The system used to demonstrate this is intuitive, allowing each potential driver a completely individual experience depending on their answers to questions.

Population(s) Served

Venture Crew is a partnership with the Boy Scouts offering more extreme drug-free activities like rock climbing, hiking, or laser tag. Everything is decided and planned by the youth. Adults are only there to ensure safety.

Population(s) Served

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COUNCIL FOR DRUG FREE YOUTH

Board of directors
as of 5/4/2017
SOURCE: Self-reported by organization
Board chair

Mrs. Heather McCreery

Turnbull & Stark

Leslie Broker Mom

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Jill Hansen Senior Vice President of Application Development

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Diane Ooton Prevention Coordinator

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Stephanie Lehmen Recruiter & Community Relations Coordinator

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Willie Jude Executive Director of Philanthropy

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Lin Everett Retired

School Administrator

Joe Roling Regulatory Economist

Missouri Public Service Commission