About Us

Our mission is to promote substance-misuse and violence prevention through education within our schools and community.
We want to see our children and community empowered to make the best decisions for their lives.
The success of 334 Prevention Project (DHCSAP) is derived from an engaged board of directors and a dedicated staff.  Together, our work is guided by these core values:

Culture of Collaboration and Excellence

By passionately working together with our community, we challenge each other to achieve the highest levels of excellence.

Dedication to Leadership and Volunteer Service

By empowering the youth of our community, we strive to reach a higher level of leadership ability, while humbly serving our community of which we are proud.

Commitment to Engagement and Connectivity

With an innovative and empowering spirit, we engage our community through education and solutions that shape social responsibility.

Commitment to Engagement and Connectivity

We can't spread awareness without your help!

Services We Offer

In addition to what is listed below, we can bring prevention information to health fairs, speak to parent organizations, school groups, church groups, law enforcement, and community service groups about current alcohol, substance and tobacco/vaping issues.

One Day Lessons

We are always available to present a lesson on a wide variety of topics, such as: alcohol, tobacco, vaping, prescription drugs, illicit drugs, bullying, and sexting.

Red Ribbon

Red Ribbon Week is the oldest and largest drug prevention campaign in the country. Events are held throughout the county to celebrate Red Ribbon. Please let us know if we can help you kick-off your Red Ribbon week!

Youth Council

Our Youth Council Organization teaches students in 8th-12th grade the power of volunteering and strong leadership skills. For more information on joining.

Drug Takeback Box

We sponsor a drug take-back box located at the Dothan Police Station. Access it anytime to dispose of old or unused medications!

Prom Promise

A prom safety program emphasizing the need for sobriety through the use of a mock car crash involving police, ambulance, fire, coroner personnel, and other groups.

Too Good for Drugs

Too Good for Drugs and Violence classes are being taught to students, they learn the value of being assertive, and the dangers of alcohol, drugs, and tobacco.

Informational Programs for Adults

Our Experts are available to speak to parents and teachers to help them understand what their children are facing today. We offer information on alcohol, concealment containers, vaping, prescription drugs, illicit drugs, bullying, and sexting.

These are just a few of the services we offer.