Rockwood Drug-Free Coalition provides leadership, education and resources to prevent and address substance use among youth. Funding is provided through a federal Drug-Free Communities grant award, as well as state and private foundation awards and support from many community partners.
You're invited! All are welcome.
Join us in our work to create a safer community. Our coalition meetings are held the second Thursday of each month at LaSalle Springs Middle School located at 3300 Highway 109 in Wildwood. We'll be in the school library from 3:45 - 4:45 p.m.
View the Meetings & Events page for upcoming meetings. You are always welcome!
We are a community-based coalition.
Eighty percent of those who use heroin started by misusing prescription pain medications - often led there by curiosity and availability. Help address the heroin and opiate crisis in our community by starting with your own medicine cabinet.
We also provide Deterra Drug Disposal Bags at several of our community events to provide the community with another safe way to dispose of their prescription medications.
We partner with local police for prescription medication drop boxes.
Find one in your neighborhood:
Ballwin Police Dept: 300 Park Dr.
Ellisville Police Dept: 37 Weis Ave.
Eureka Police Dept: 120 City Hall Dr.
St. Louis County Police: West County Precinct, 232 Vance Rd in Valley Park
We partner with the
National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse to reduce or prevent the harms of alcohol and drug use through education, intervention, and advocacy.
Learn more about upcoming events!