Alliance of Coalitions for Healthy Communities

The Alliance of Coalitions for Healthy Communities formed as an extension of the successful Coalition of Healthy Communities (CHC) network. CHC was founded in 1993 by four local coalition groups seeking to strengthen their existing collaboration through the creation of an umbrella organization. In 2003, CHC members, with the support of Oakland County’s Office of Substance Abuse Services, launched the Alliance of Coalition for Healthy Communities (The Alliance) to begin the next phase in Oakland Prevention.

Today, the Alliance has grown to include 21+ community prevention coalitions serving fifty-five+ local communities and provides Shatter the Stigma: Family & Recovery Support and education groups for anyone affected by addiction.


CADCA  (Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America)

Reducing Drug Use, One Community at a Time

When it comes to preventing drug and alcohol abuse, there is no one-fits-all approach. It takes local, targeted solutions to address a community’s problems. That’s why, since 1992, Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America (CADCA) has been training local grassroots groups, known as community anti-drug coalitions, in influential community problem-solving strategies, teaching them how to assess their local substance abuse-related problems and develop a comprehensive plan to address them. Today, CADCA is the nation’s leading national drug abuse prevention organization, representing the interests of more than 5,000 community anti-drug coalitions in the country.


City of Madison Heights

Phone:  248-588-1200

The Madison Heights City motto is “The City of Progress,” and it’s well deserved. Over 29,000 people call Madison Heights home and enjoy the many benefits of living in our full-service and forward-thinking community. Ideally located at the juncture of I-75 and I-696 in the metropolitan Detroit region, Madison Heights offers easy access to our community. The area has to offer singles, families, and businesses.


Lamphere School District

Phone:  248-589-1990

Lamphere Public Schools is a public school district in Madison Heights, Michigan. Lamphere Schools is committed to educational excellence, where students will acquire skills and knowledge to maximize their potential enabling them to live a quality life and contribute positively to an ever changing world.   This mission is possible through our strong academic foundation, high expectations, quality teachers, dedicated students and involved parents.



Madison Heights Police Department

Phone:  248-585-2100              Emergencies:  911

The Madison Heights Police Department is committed to enhancing the quality of life and eliminating the fear of criminal activity within the community. We are a progressive organization devoted to maintaining citizen satisfaction and cooperation.   Our commitment is to improve the quality of life by operating on the principles of quality leadership and a community partnership that promotes a safe and secure community.


Madison District Public Schools

Phone:  248-399-7800

Madison District Public Schools is located in Oakland County in southeastern Michigan and currently serves 1400 students K-12. The district operates one elementary school, one middle school, and a high school.


Madison Heights Youth Assistance, Inc.

Phone:  248-589-6860

Madison Heights Youth Assistance is a volunteer organization serving the Lamphere and Madison School District area. By working cooperatively with the Oakland County Circuit Court-Family Division, the schools, police, parents, youth, and community resources, MHYA is able to help families and young people.

​Our primary goal is to prevent delinquency, abuse and neglect by using a 2 pronged approach – casework and community organizing. By utilizing our citizen volunteers and community resources, we can provide programs to the general community that enhance family life and provide positive alternatives for youth. 

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SADD    (Students Against Destructive Decisions)

Our high school student club’s mission is Living & Promoting “Healthy” Lifestyles.

The National program’s goal is to provide students with the best prevention tools possible to deal with the issues of underage drinking, other drug use, risky and impaired driving, and other destructive decisions.