Your PayPal donations make it possible for us to provide free community services such as Prescription Drug and Over-the-Counter Medicine “Take Backs” that help prevent both rising youth prescription drug abuse rates and pollution of our water supplies due to improper disposal. Your generosity also supports education and awareness of emerging drug threats to prevent epidemics and tragedies from occurring within your families and communities.
Donation by Check
Your donation to the Substance Abuse Council supports youth prevention programs such as Botvin Lifeskills Training and Strengthening Families; bi-annual Alcohol Compliance Checks and our annual Drug Free Poster Contest. Donations support the continuation of free community awareness and education services such as Meth Awareness Workshops and the annual collection of substance abuse related data specific to Calhoun County.
Make checks payable to:
Substance Abuse Council
140 W. Michigan Ave.
Battle Creek, MI 49017
Battle Creek Community Foundation Endowment Fund
If you would like to contribute to the Substance Abuse Council’s endowment with the Battle Creek Community Foundation, contact us at (269)968-4699 or send an inquiry using our “contact us” tab and we will provide the necessary forms, tax deduction information and envelope.
In-Kind Donations of Goods and Services
As a non-profit organization providing substance abuse prevention education and resources to Calhoun County, the Substance Abuse Council often relies on local residents and businesses to help support drug prevention initiatives through donations of goods and services such as: snacks or for youth events; printing for signs, brochures, t-shirts or calendars; gift cards, sports equipment, or games to support healthy alternatives, positive family interactions, and program participation. If you would like to make an in-kind donation of goods and services, please visit our “contact us” tab or call (269)968-4699.
Many opportunities to volunteer await you here at the Substance Abuse Council. You can become part of our coalition and regularly attend meetings and events focused on underage drinking prevention, or perhaps support a one-time event to cheer on our recovering community. Maybe you only have an hour, but you’d really like to prevent substance abuse and can help pass out flyers to area students to help keep them safe over Spring Break. If you want to help us achieve greater community health through the prevention and reduction of substance abuse, call (269)968-4699 or send us an email at the “contact us” tab.
The Substance Abuse Council is a non-profit, 501(c)3 organization. Contact your tax service provider to find out if your contributions are tax deductible.