Prevention Council | Urgent Love Initiative | The Lonely Dropbox | HOPE Initiatives | Parent Pointers | FAITH Initiative
We're on the run
for healthy habits.
An innovative nonprofit in southwestern
Virginia dedicated to youth and community.
A FEW OF OUR PROJECTS:
We reduce risk
The Prevention Council of Roanoke County is a community coalition which seeks to identify the critical risk behaviors and substance abuse issues that threaten the health and development of our local community.
As a nonprofit 501c3, we've been dedicated to building stronger, healthier communities since 2001-- together.
The various projects you see linked above focus on localized approaches that include:
Youth Empowerment and Leadership
As a mash-up of research-proven methodologies and barrier-busting innovative strategies, we're singularly-focused on fostering a brighter future of health in the communities we serve.
We're a team-oriented nonprofit, reliant upon the big hearts and collaborative spirit found within the communities we serve.
We often have events and initiatives that are dependent on the dedication of volunteers. If you have an interest in volunteering in the future, please let us in know your interest.
Our all-volunteer Board of Directors bring diverse experience to their role and responsibility of oversight to steer our organization with fiscal responsibility and enthusiastic oomph.
Advisors to The Board
A critical cadre of talented advisors provide us the specialized support and guidance that enable us to innovate and create with big thinking.
True community is built around collaboration and cooperation. We work in concert with some of the best and brightest partners one could ever hope for. A rising tide lifts all boats.
Behind every successful nonprofit are the believers and providers. Our work is no exception. We're extraordinarily grateful to those who help make it all possible.
Thank you for your consideration. We can't do our work without generous hearts, like your own.
GIVING IN THE NAME OF LOVE:
© 2019 Prevention Council of Roanoke