The Bradley County Sheriff's Office can now accept unused prescription and over the counter medications throughout the year!
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Want to learn more about GRAAB or do you require a presentation for your workplace, school, church or civic group? We have a variety of presentations to meet a variety of community needs. Simply email our volunteer coordinator and someone will contact you. Or call us at 423-472-5800.
Our mission is to bring together concerned members of the community and service providers to facilitate in lowering the misuse of alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs as well as other addictive behaviors in Bradley and Polk Counties by providing effective education, recovery, and support for youth, families and the community.
The GRAAB (Going Respectfully Against Addictive Behaviors) Coalition was recently approved by the State of Tennessee to begin a DUI school program. This 12-hour class meets the requirements set forth by the State of Tennessee and utilizes the Prime for Life curriculum. For more info on cost and class days/times, please call us at 423-472-5800 or go to our What We Do page.
DUI School Information
The GRAAB Coalition was formed as a part of the Safe Schools/Healthy Students (SSHS) Initiative for Bradley County during the implementation of this $8.7 million federally funded grant. It was designed to be an educational arm to help promote substance abuse prevention, primarily among youth. We have since expand our efforts to include the entire community.
Our efforts today include educational programs for all ages, as well as support for partnering organizations, like our Summer Sessions with the Cleveland Family YMCA.
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GRAAB Board of Directors