Partners For A
Healthy Community-Healthy Youth
Hancock County Partners for a Healthy Community - Healthy Youth is a coalition comprised of community leaders, parents, youth, school personnel, business representatives, law enforcement, churches and agencies all working together to make our community a healthy, drug-free, safe place for our youth.
Your help is needed; join Hancock County Partners!
First Monday every month, September - May, at Hancock County High School, 2pm
First Monday every month, June - August, at Hancock County Development Complex, 11am
Agency for Substance Abuse Policy (ASAP)
KY-ASAP is a commonwealth of community members striving to reduce the abuse of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs in our community through research-based activities, strategies, and policies.
Standing Coalition/ASAP Committees
Social Host Awareness
Drug-Endangered Child Protocol
Adult to Youth Mentoring
School-wide Science-Based Curricula
Fourth Monday in Jan., March, May, July, Sept. & Nov., at the Hancock County Development Complex, 11am
Champions for a Drug-Free Kentucky
Drug-Free Communities Support Program
Hancock County Middle School Champions
Hancock County Middle School and Hancock County Partners are working together to provide positive role models for at-risk youth. Mentors are trained and will meet one hour per week with an assigned student during the school day at Hancock County Middle School.
Mentors and students may read together, play games, work on homework, listen to one another, and talk about common interests. The mentor and the student can decide what they would like to do during the allotted time. For more information about becoming a mentor, contact Diane Hatchett, (270)927-6712 or Jill Barger or Holly Simpson, (270)927-8066.