COMMUNITY PREVENTION SERVICES, INC.
Welcome to Community Prevention Services! We are a 501 c (3) non-profit dedicated to providing adolescent substance abuse prevention services to the citizens of Onslow and Carteret counties. We provide adult substance abuse prevention services related to opioids and partner with local entities in this endeavor. In addition, we provide Substance Abuse and Case Management Services for the Department of Social Services in Brunswick, Carteret, New Hanover, Onslow and Pender Counties, serving those individuals seeking Food and Nutrition and Work First services, as well as those individuals involved with Child Protective Services. We also provide general case management services to any individual who feels they may need case management.
FOR THOSE CLIENTS WHO NEED WORK FIRST APPOINTMENTS, PLEASE CLICK ON OUR LINKS PAGE. OUR ONLINE SCHEDULER IS THE FIRST LINK AVAILABLE.
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MISSION: The mission of Community Prevention Services, Inc. is to prevent substance abuse and mental health issues by building positive attitudes, values, skills and behaviors.
VISION: We are committed to creating and keeping safe and healthy communities by putting the needs of the community first. Our agency will assure that people who are eligible receive quality services.
Should you require Substance Abuse services beyond what our agency provides, we will direct you to the appropriate services and providers. Priority admission for those services will be given to the following populations:
Pregnant IV Drug Users
Pregnant Drug Users
Women with Children (18 and younger)
HIV and IV Drug Users
Individuals at risk for TB due to drug use
Work First, Food and Nutrition, CPS Appointments
Click on our links tab above. You will be routed to our links page. Click on the first link and that will direct you to our FNS/CPS/ Work First appointment scheduler and you will be able to make an appointment.
Main Office Location
DID YOU KNOW?
50% of parents do not lock their alcohol in the home. Youth report the home is the easiest place to get alcohol.