Prevention Resource Center Region 9
PRC Region 9 serves as a the central data collection repository and substance abuse prevention training liaison for the region.
The PRC facilitates and maximizes regional resources in data collection to develop an annual Regional Needs Assessment.
This program serves all 30 counties in HHSC Region 9.
Impact Youth Program
The mission of the Youth Prevention Program is to educate and reduce the onset of alcohol, tobacco and other drug use in youth. Using an evidenced-based curriculum, trained prevention staff teach prevention programs in school settings. Our goal is to foster the development of social and physical environments which promote healthy and drug-free lifestyles.
This program is offered in Ector, Midland, Martin, and Howard counties.
H2i Coalition & Midland Coalition
"Here 2 impact" Coalition - Ector County
Midland Coalition - Midland County
The mission of the coalitions is to create community awareness, regarding the health consequences of substance use, with an emphasis on underage drinking, marijuana, and prescription drugs. These coalitions work to increase citizen participation and commitment among all sectors of the community to reduce substance use and abuse in Ector and Midland counties.
X-Out Youth Leadership Coalition
The mission of the X-Out Youth Coalition is to enhance the physical, social, and economic well-being of youth and their families in Ector County. We work with our youth in developing constructive family relationships and a positive self-image and to reduce the abuse of alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs in our service area. This program is an in-house program.
Mommy & Me
The mission of this program is to assist adult women and adolescents who are pregnant and postpartum in overcoming barriers to self-sufficiency, health, and well-being of mother, child, and families by providing education, activities, counseling, referral, and outreach services in both Ector and Midland Counties.
The mission of this program is to provide services to parenting males and expecting fathers involved with the Department of Family Protective Services at risk for, or with, substance use problems in Ector, Midland, and surrounding counties. PADRE includes evidence-based parent education, motivational interviewing, and referrals.