In 1987 the voters of Medina County approved the Anti-Drug Levy to fund "Anti-Drug Enforcement and Related Education and
Treatment Services." The Anti-Drug Levy is a five year property tax levy last approved in November 2010. For $9.95 a year on
a $100,000 property valuation Medina County is a safer and healthier place to live.
Anti-Drug Levy Funding
The MCDAC website offers information about the 17 Anti-Drug Levy grant funded enforcement, prevention and treatment
programs. Links to various websites for more information on alcohol, tobacco and other drugs can be accessed at ATOD.
Drug Prevention Specialists work closely with administration and teachers in all the Medina County school districts to
present up-to-date information to students on the harmfulness of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs to the brain and the body.
Medina County Drug Task Force is funded to investigate and arrest those persons involved in any type or amount of drug
trafficking, drug cultivation, drug manufacturing or patterned prescription drug abuse and to dismantle identified drug networks.
Say KNOW to Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs
ROBBY'S VOICE : mission to save lives by raising
awareness about drug addiction
Prescription drug abuse and heroin abuse is an epidemic
among young adults 18-25. Please be informed about the
risks of abusing these drugs.
An Educated Parent is an Empowered Parent
MOMS TELL: mission is to promote awareness and
eliminate the stigma of substance abuse
Medina County Drug Abuse Commission (MCDAC) Copyright 2006-2013
For more information on the Medina County Drug Abuse Grant process CLICK HERE
or contact Brian Nowak, Director at 330-722-9263 or firstname.lastname@example.org
THE ANTI-DRUG LEVY FUNDS:
Return here every week for up-to-date links to articles to keep
you in the KNOW about Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs.
Breaking the Silence in Medina County
A Forum for Parents
Monday December 2, 2013
Medina County District Library
210 South Broadway St., Medina
Meeting Room A/B
Learn about the most critical issues that youth must
navigate to become successful adults
For more information CLICK HERE