Wichita Mountains Prevention Network Receives Donation From Local Organization
Where there is a need, the American Veteran Supporters always finds a way to help. This was illustrated once again this week with the Wichita Mountains Prevention Network.On Tuesday November 17th, several board members of America’s Veteran Supporters presented the Wichita Mountains Prevention Network, Region 11 with a check for $500.
This donation will be used to prevent underage substance abuse in Comanche, Stephens, Jackson, Jefferson, Cotton, Tillman, and Harmon counties.
(Pictured L-R; Randy Dunham – Treasurer, Barry Koren – Vice President, Brooke Anthony – Executive Director of WMPN, Pat Powell – President, and Mary Fountain – Secretary.)
WMPN wants to thank America’s Veterans Supporters for the generous donation and for supporting our mission and helping us promote healthy communities.
To learn more about the services Wichita Mountains Prevention Network offers to the community, please visit https://www.wmpn.org/ or visit Wichita Mountains Prevention Network on Facebook.
Wichita Mountains Prevention Network is funded through the Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services & Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration and The Centers for Disease Control.
About Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services
The Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services is responsible for providing services to Oklahomans who are affected by mental illness and substance abuse. The primary goal of Regional Prevention Coordinators (RPC) is to provide regional prevention services by engaging community members, local organizations, public agencies, youth and the media to change community conditions that contribute to alcohol, tobacco and other drug (ATOD) related problems.