Drug Free Adams County consists of concerned citizens and community leaders working in collaboration through our coalition and partnerships. Learn more about our history, our Board and how you can join our coalition.
Staying informed about substance issues is one way members of our community can support our efforts and make a positive impact within your own circle of family, friends and co-workers.
North Adams: Cole Razo; Grace Hunter; Rylie Houser
Promoting responsible lifestyle choices that reduce the negative impact of alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs to youth and adults in our community.
South Adams: Jenna Myers; Grady Sprunger; Alexis Beer
Connect to the resources you need such as how to talk with your teen, addressing substance abuse in the workplace, intervention programs, and community partners.
Indiana's Lifeline Law provides immunity for the crimes of public intoxication, minor possession, minor consumption and minor transport to people who seek medical assistance for a person suffering from an alcohol-related health emergency. The law was extended this year to also provide those immunities to people reporting sexual assaults. People must provide their full names and other information requested by law-enforcement officers, remain on-scene until assistance arrives and cooperate with authorities at the scene.
The Indiana Lifeline law applies not just to those who call 911, but those who text it as well. Calling 911 is still preferred, but if texting, students should include their location first, then as much detail about the incident as possible.
Click here to learn more: Indiana Lifeline Law
Adams Central: Olivia Fisher (Livvy); Alexis Hurst (Lexi); Rendi Degitz