Foundation / Corporation
Elkhart County Drug-Free Partnership
09/13/21 5:00 PM
Grants to Indiana organizations in eligible locations to address and treat drug and alcohol use and abuse. Funding is intended to support projects in the areas of treatment, prevention, and criminal justice. Eligible proposals should address problems related to alcohol and drug abuse that affect the population of Elkhart County.
Proposals must be consistent with the Elkhart County Drug-Free Partnership mission and promote improvement in areas where ATOD use and abuse is a concern. Projects must fall under one of the following categories: criminal justice, prevention, or treatment. By law, the Partnership is only able to fund programs/projects that strongly address a noted problem statement and provide solutions which will help the Partnership meet the identified goal.
Members of the Elkhart County Drug-Free Partnership have established four problems currently affecting the population of Elkhart County related to drug abuse and treatment. Those problems are outlined in the Comprehensive Community Plan and guide the Partnership’s work and funding each year.
GrantWatch ID#: 145176
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LCC Name: Elkhart County Drug-Free Partnership
LCC Contact: Jessica Koscher
Address: P.O. Box 919
County Commissioners: Mike Yoder, Suzanee Wierick, Frank Lucchese
Address: 117 North Second Street
Zip Code: 46526
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