Drug Free Marion County has reserved a block of seats on the 3rd baseline at Victory Field for the Indians’ game on Sunday, July 21 at 1:30. Children under 14 receive a free meal, including a hot dog, chips and a drink.
Tickets are $11 each with $5 going directly to support our drug prevention education initiatives and resources including our Parents' Guide to Raising Drug Free Kids and Your GPS to the Teenage Brain.
Purchase Tickets Here!
Drug Free Marion County 2020 Grant Fund Opportunity
Beginning Monday, July 1, 2019 online at http://grants.drugfreemc.org you will find an application packet for year 2020 grants from the Marion County Drug-Free Community Fund for services and programs to address problems related to substance abuse in Marion County. Grants will be effective from January 1, 2020 through December 31, 2020. This fund is comprised of alcohol and drug offender fees collected in Marion County.
The grants are on a one-time only basis with no future funding implied or guaranteed. Programs must be targeted to serve Marion County residents. Actual funding is on a reimbursement basis and no advance funding is available. Proposals receiving amounts less than requested will be required to submit a revised budget.
To obtain a copy of the Application please go to our website to the Grant & Grantees Section on the bottom of our websites Homepage.
Need Grant Writing Assistance
Drug Free Marion County is offering two technical assistance sessions for 2020 grant applicants. Join us at either or both of the sessions listed below. Staff and grant reviewers will be available to answer questions and provide input on how to submit a better proposal.
Here are the dates, times and locations:
Wednesday, July 10 – 10:30am to 12:30pm in conference room, Marion Co. Public Library – East 38th St. Branch, 5420 E. 38th St.
Friday, July 26 – 11:30am to 1:30pm in 1st floor conference room, Marion Co. Public Health Dept., 3838 N. Rural St.
COMMUNITY DAYS ARE HERE!
IMPD North District extended an invitation to participate in the 13th Annual Community Day Event held in Broad Ripple Park, had a great time discussing educating adults and youth about drug prevention. (Photo: Brycel & Joseph)
Shalom Health Care Center Back to School Health Fair
3400 Lafayette Rd
July 20, 2019
13th Annual Dr. Dannee Neal "Back to School" Health Fair!
When we think about our community and all the benefits that
we will bring to the children, youth and adults through this event,
our excitement grows even more.