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As a community-wide coalition, we unite local agencies, organizations, businesses and individuals in an effort to prevent underage drinking, substance abuse, prescription drug abuse and tobacco use in our community.
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Seminole Prevention Coalition shared a post.Apr 18, 2019 @ 11:50am
#Throwback to earlier this month - our Central Region's Child Abuse Prevention Month events!

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Seminole County, you blew us away by your support at the #MANicureMovement kickoff this morning! Thank you to all the brave men (and women!) who attended and are helping us come one step closer to polishing off child abuse! A special thank you to Seminole County Sheriff's Office for your continued valued partnership.
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Seminole Prevention CoalitionApr 2, 2019 @ 12:30pm
Tag pictures of your pinwheel gardens with #childabusepreventionmonth - we'd love to see them and share them with everyone! #wearblue

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Plan for a Safe Super Bowl Sunday

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SANFORD, FL – As Super Bowl Sunday approaches and football fans across the country prepare for the game, the U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), along with the National Football League (NFL) and Techniques for Effective Alcohol Management (TEAM) Coalition, have joined forces with local highway safety and law enforcement officials to spread the message about designating a sober driver on Super Bowl Sunday, because – Fans Don’t Let Fans Drive Drunk.

According to NHTSA, in 2011, 9,878 people were killed in alcohol-impaired-driving crashes. These crashes were 31 percent more likely to occur on weekends than on weekdays.

Whether attending the game, watching at a bar or hosting a party, NHTSA, TEAM Coalition, the NFL and the Seminole Prevention Coalition remind everyone that Fans Don’t Let Fans Drive Drunk.  Before choosing to drink, choose your team’s MVP – a sober designated driver. NHTSA offers these additional safety tips:

If you’re attending a Super Bowl party or watching the game at a sports bar or restaurant:

  • Designate your sober driver, or plan another way to get home safely before the party begins.

  • If you don’t have a designated driver, then ask a sober friend for a ride home; call a cab, friend, or family member to come and get you; or just stay for the night.

  • Call the free ride program Tow to Go, sponsored by AAA and Bud Light, at (855) 2-TOW-2-GO or (855) 286-9246.

  • Never let friends drive if they have had too much to drink.



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