Initiatives

Turn in your unused, expired, pet, sharps, or over-the-counter medication for safe disposal at

locations in Orleans and Genesee County.


Responsible Server Training is a state-approved Alcohol Training Awareness Program available year round. The training is an education based program for all businesses, groups and individuals who sell or serve alcoholic beverages to help create the kind of environment that promotes safety and responsibility wherever alcohol is sold. 


Project Sticker Shock is a community awareness campaign intended to address youth access to alcohol and community norms that support not providing alcohol to minors.


The Prevention Needs Assessment Survey was administered in Kendall, Holley, Lyndonville and Medina School Districts in November 2017. The survey provides you with lifetime and 30-day usage information on alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use for students in grades seven through twelve as well as information on risk factors, protective factors and gambling.


Concerned adults, teachers, students and friends have a place to call 24 hours a day to report underage drinking parties or

other activities that are harmful to the health, safety, and/or welfare of young people.


This event connects law enforcement with their communities and promotes crime prevention and drug free activities. Free hot dogs and water. Many games for children to play. Free information for adults. Mercy Flight, K-9 demonstrations. Backpack giveaway. Bike helmet giveaways. Fire department and EMS displays. Battle of the Belts Competition!


The coalition has teamed up with youth from 4-H Senior Council at Cornell Cooperative Extension for our newest initiative- NYS Department of Transportation Adopt-A-Highway program. We are committed to collecting trash 4 times a year along a 2.1 mile stretch from Route 31


  • Alcohol Compliance Checks