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Mercer Council On Alcoholism And Drug Addiction

Mercer Council Receives Grant For Substance Abuse Prevention

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The Mercer Council on Alcoholism and Drug Addiction received a $125,000 federal grant to support the Prevention Coalition of Mercer County.

The Office of National Drug Control Policy awarded the organization the Drug Free Communities grant. The DFC program provides grants of up to $625,000 over 5 years to community coalitions that facilitate citizen participation in local drug prevention efforts.

Mercer Council formed the Prevention Coalition in 2012. It has more than 25 active members from all sectors of the community, including law enforcement, government, schools, parents, religious groups, treatment, prevention and business.

The DFC grant funding will allow the Prevention Coalition of Mercer County to support existing environmental strategies and efforts to keep youth drug-free.

The DFC Program was created by the Drug-Free Communities Act of 1997, and reauthorized by Congress in 2001 and 2006. Since 1998, the Office of National Drug Control Policy has awarded more than 2,000 Drug-Free Communities grants to local communities nationally.

More information is online at mercercouncil.org.

Upcoming Events Series Meetings & Sessions

Family Support Center has launched a new support group for siblings of those who have substance disorders – beginning March 3, there are virtual meetings every Wednesday at 5 p.m. Click here to join meeting. 100% confidential, free support. Any questions or concerns, you can reach out to Kacey Lee McKown at

Please join us for our weekly ‘All Recovery’ Meeting hosted by Mercer Council. This meeting is open to all in Recovery, those exploring Recovery, Allies to the recovery community, and those impacted by or working in the field of substance use/recovery. This non-denominational and non-12-step meeting is a great opportunity to connect with others interested in and passionate about recovery. Wednesdays at 7:30 p.m., via Zoom. Meeting ID: 773 904 177 . For more information, please contact Jocelyn Cooper at 396-5874, ex 204 or email at

The Drug Enforcement Administration, New Jersey Division and the High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area, in conjunction with the Partnership for a Drug-Free New Jersey, along with the Governor’s Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse invite you to participate in the 5th Annual Heroin and Opioid Art Exhibition highlighting heroin and opioid abuse, addiction and recovery. For more information please visit DrugFreeNJ.org/HeroinArtExhibit

They meet every Thursday from 12-1 p.m. All questions and concerns welcome! Register here or use QR code:

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CATHERINE ARULMOHAN $80,200
GWENDOLYN S JENNINGS $0
RUSSELL W ANNICH JR $0

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CATHERINE ARULMOHAN $76,422
RUSSELL W ANNICH JR $0
CATHERINE ARULMOHAN $63,655

Form 990 documents available

Extracted financial data is not available for this tax period, but Form 990 documents are available for download.

Form 990 documents available

Extracted financial data is not available for this tax period, but Form 990 documents are available for download.

Form 990 documents available

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Mercer Council On Alcoholism And Drug Addiction

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Mercer Council is committed to its mission of creating pathways to reduce substance-related challenges through education, support, advocacy, and partnerships throughout our community. Mercer Council implements research-based programs to provide children and families with tools that empower them to make healthy, safe and responsible choices.

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Who We Are

Mercer Council is a private, non-profit agency dedicated to the prevention of substance abuse and its harmful consequences. Mercer Council actively provides quality alcohol, tobacco and other drug abuse prevention and early intervention programs and services in partnership with individuals, families, schools, communities, businesses and professionals throughout Mercer County. Our professional staff have been trained in evidence-based prevention programs and practices and are passionate about their work. Our staff come from backgrounds as teachers, social workers, certified prevention specialists or mental health professionals. Our core values include integrity, teamwork, empathy, accountability, relevance and commitment to those we serve and one another.

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