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Prevention Services


For more information on any of these services please call 1.800.539.4228


The Keep Kids Drug Free Regional Prevention Center

Is a Resource Center that is open to serve all of Volusia Flagler County residents. The facility houses free substance and alcohol abuse prevention materials, resources on Mental Health, Family Education, Violence Prevention, Parenting, Children of Addicted Parents, Teen Pregnancy, Fetal Alcohol Syndrome, Gambling, Substance and Alcohol abuse and the Elderly, Community Action, Hepatitis, and HIV. We are also a lending library providing curriculums and videos. The Center is open to the entire community for any one who wishes to enhance their knowledge of drug, alcohol and tobacco prevention and suicide prevention, serving parents, youth, community leaders and professionals Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.

The Regional Prevention Center's goals and objectives are to educate, network, link and assist community members to learn about the issues related to prevention and recovery and then motivate community members to plan and conduct prevention and recovery services to the community. Please call the Regional Prevention Director at 1800 539 2448 or email for an appointment or for more information. All Evidenced based programs are listed on theCommunity Outreach and Education Page.

Prevention on the Move (POM)

POM is a 37-foot RV that travels throughout the community, offering HIV “rapid testing”, hepatitis screening and testing, and linkages to care.  They also provide information and referral for assistance with food stamps and immunizations.  The POM RV is available for health fairs and other events in the community based on availability. 

Women’s Intervention Specialist (WIS)

The WIS provides services to pregnant and post-partum women with children between the ages of newborn to 2 years of age with barriers to treatment or services they need.  Those services include linkage/screenings for Healthy Start and/or Healthy Families and linkage to community resources.  Healthy Start services include education about prenatal care, immunizations, nutrition, and assistance with well-baby care, mental health, housing, day care, HIV testing, and career development.

To access SMA Evidenced Based Prevention Programs go to the Community Outreach and Education Page.


For more information on any of these services please call 1.800.539.4228

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