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Each county has its own Local Coordinating Council (LCC), which is the planning and coordinating body for addressing alcohol and other drug problems in a county. Membership of an LCC should include volunteers from a variety of institutions and organizations including education, treatment, social services, and local police. The LCCs are required to submit to the Commission a Comprehensive Community Plan (CCP), which consists of 1) an assessment of the local alcohol and other drug abuse problems in the county, including problem identification and supportive data; 2) a listing of proposed objectives to help alleviate the stated problems; and 3) an evaluation component designed to measure the success of the Plan's strategies. Once the Commission approves a Plan, a copy is sent to the County Commissioners for their use in allocating local funds.
(Click here to find your county on the state map) and then call your LCC contact person. You can also view each county's comprehensive community plan to see how you can get involved.