Marijuana Policy Update: Visit our marijuana page to see testimony from two UPC Board Members, Lisa Adler and Sara Freund, regarding upcoming marijuana legislation and how it can impact our community.
Calling All Parents! Make this year's new year resolution to to enhance family communication and making time to talk with your child. SAMHSA's iTALK Campaign has great resources, interactive resources, and talking points to help get the conversation started. Visit SAMHSA's page UPC's Resource Page to learn more.
Learn what UPC does for our community! Signature Programs for parents, Education Campaigns to educate the community, and work groups to tackle specific issues based on our community conditions. These are a few things that UPC provides to our community. Learn more!
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Keep our youth and young adults safe and drug free
Learn more about what UPC is doing in Fairfax County to help fight substance abuse.
Become a UPC member, Youth Council member, or look for specific volunteer opportunities! See how you or your organization can support UPC's work in Fairfax County.
Help us support the coalition and its community programs! Donate as a company, an organization or as an individual. See the impact you will make and how your tax-deductible donation will help us!
“Whose Life Has Not Been Touched by Substance Abuse?”
Special thanks to Jack and Kathy Briggs, who asked their family and friends to make donations to the Unified Prevention Coalition in memory of their beloved son Kevin, 21.
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The Unified Prevention Coalition of Fairfax County (UPC) and this website are partially funded by a Virginia Strategic Prevention Framework - State Incentive Grant (SPF-SIG) and a federal SAMHSA Sober Truth on Preventing Underage Drinking grant (STOP). UPC is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization with more than 60 partners and members from the community