Together, we will prevent and reduce youth substance abuse in the Battle Ground community by building resiliency, strengthening relationships and providing education for families and community members.

Who We Are

A community who comes together to end substance abuse and promote positive healthy decisions.

What We Do

Together we will prevent and reduce youth substance abuse in the Battle Ground community by building resiliency, strengthening relationships and providing education for families and community members.

Why We Do It

We love our Battle Ground community, and we aim to do everything we can to promote and support its health and happiness.

How You Can Help

Teamwork makes the dream work! Our teams consists of adults and teens alike. From volunteering to donating to simply being an advocate for healthy living, we have opportunities for all.

Community in Action

Get to know us better! We love attending and hosting events in Battle Ground and the surrounding communities. Check out our calendar to see what’s coming up next for us!

Upcoming Events

Want to come to an event? Here are some of our Upcoming Events

National Night Out

Battle Ground’s National Night Out is hosted by Prevent Together: Battle Ground Prevention Alliance in partnership with the City of Battle Ground, Battle Ground Police Department and Fire District 3. The event is designed to build relationships and strengthen community connections.

Dinner is on us – FREE BBQ’d hot dogs prepared by Battle Ground Police and Fire District 3!

“Hidden in Plain Sight” Exhibit

Parents remain the #1 Prevention Tool in helping keep their youth alcohol and drug free. Prevent Together: Battle Ground Prevention Alliance has designed this parent only event to provide critical information and awareness about youth substance abuse. The event will take place on Tuesday, March 26th from 5:00 pm – 8:30 pm at Battle Ground High School. Parents and adults will be given an opportunity build their skill set. to walk through a “mock” teenagers room to see if they can spot signs of at-risk alcohol or drug use behaviors by the types of items “hidden” in the room.  The evening will see parents walk through the room to see how many items they can find and learn what they missed.

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