Who We Are
The Ottawa County Prevention Coalition is a community coalition that uses multi-agency collaboration to help reduce barriers, provide education, provide linkage and support, raise awareness, and encourage healthy lifestyles in our community. The Coalition is funded by the Mental Health and Recovery Services Board of Seneca, Ottawa, Sandusky and Wyandot Counties. The Coalition was formed in 2021 and is composed of members from multiple sectors of the community. This collaborative approach allows for the coalition to focus on community mental health and addiction education, prevention services and enhanced advocacy efforts. Members unify their efforts and yield a structured planning process that promotes and encourages civic engagement. When goals are met within the community, we improve the overall quality of life for community residents.
The Ottawa County Prevention Coalition is a community coalition utilizing multi-agency collaboration to remove barriers, provide education, raise awareness, and encourage healthy lifestyles in our community.
We strive to provide collaboration within Ottawa County to improve the lives of residents and make healthier communities.
Ottawa County Drug-Free Collaboration (OCPC) Membership Organizations List
Ottawa County Health Department
Mental Health & Recovery Services Board of Seneca, Ottawa, Sandusky, Wyandot Counties
Job and Family Services
Ottawa County Court of Common Pleas
Ottawa County Family Advocacy Center
Bayshore Counseling Services
Ottawa County Sheriff’s Office
Port Clinton School District
Lighthouse Sober Living
Ottawa County Juvenile/Probate Court
Firelands Counseling & Recovery Services
Ottawa County Commissioners
Ottawa County Coroner
Ottawa County Family & Children First Council