Alcohol & Drug Prevention Education Program (ADPEP)

Lincoln County's Alcohol and Drug Prevention Education Program (ADPEP) aims to promote health and prevent substance use, misuse, and abuse. ADPEP works with community partners and stakeholders to reduce risk factors and increase protective factors associated with alcohol and other drugs to help make Lincoln County safer and healthier.

ADPEP Programs

Responsible Alcohol Sales Training

At least once per year, we offer Responsible Alcohol Sales Trainings for any alcohol, tobacco, or cannabis retailers in Lincoln County. We partner with the Oregon Liquor Control Commission (OLCC), Problem Gambling Prevention, and Tobacco Prevention, to offer a variety of education that may affect your business or place of work. This course also includes information on current laws and hands-on practice with fake IDs.

Safe Disposal of Medications

Safe medication disposal is a crucial component to fighting the opioid epidemic. Safely disposing of expired or unused medications can help prevent accidental poisoning, misuse, and overdoes. 

Resources for Talking with Youth about Substances 

By talking with youth about substances and risky behaviors, you give them a chance to gain valuable skills and knowledge that can help prevent them from using or experimenting with substances.

  1. Asia Richardson

    Health Promotions

  1. Resources for Youth
  2. REsources for PArents
  3. Resources for Adults
  4. Resources for Educators