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Tarrytown, NY 10591
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SAS provides local community members with step-by-step guidance to start or strengthen community-wide prevention initiatives. These steps include: recruiting a broad base of community participants, developing a strategic plan, identifying resources for support, and selecting and implementing science-based prevention programs.

SAS supports community coalitions through its work with the Westchester County Office of Drug Prevention and STOP-DWI, and Westchester Department of Community Mental Health through the Westchester Coalition for Drug and Alcohol Free Youth on county-wide prevention activities. For information on our work with prevention coalitions in Westchester County click the box above. 

Community- Based Programs
A program designed to help families find their way with their substance abusing teen or young adult. Click the button above for more information. 
SAS Prevention Kits are available for schools, coalitions, and community events. DoIt4URLungs is an interactive escape room where you learn about the harmful effects of vaping while trying to "escape the vape." Hidden in plain sight demonstrates all the different drug and alcohol related paraphernalia that can be in an any teenagers' room. Click the box above for more information.
This four-session evening program is designed for youth who have received alcohol/marijuana related law enforcement violations. Teens are referred by local judges. Teens learn the dangers of using substances and identify healthy alternatives to deal with anger, conflict and peer pressure.  For more information contact SAS. is part of the MH-RARC. It is funded by the NYS Office of Addiction Services and Supports (OASAS) and coordinated by SAS in partnership with county governments from the following seven counties: Dutchess, Orange, Putnam, Rockland, Sullivan, Ulster, and Westchester. Activities include building community awareness about the dangers of substance use, and connecting people to the helping resources that are available in the seven-county region. Click the button above to be brought to the website.Click the box above for more information.
SAS takes a leading role in educating the community about substance abuse issues.