HCPC provides comprehensive substance abuse prevention education services as defined by the New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services targeting individuals, families, schools and communities in Herkimer County

The service approaches used by the HCPC include; classroom education (K-12), student assistance counseling, information dissemination and referral & community education and training.

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The Herkimer County Prevention Council is dedicated to preventing alcohol and substance abuse by working in partnership with individuals, families and communities

Program Director's Corner
  • HCP Forms Community Partnership Coalition
    The Herkimer County Prevention Council formed the "Community Partnership Coalition" on May 11th, 2012.

    The Partnership’s purpose is to bring members together to address issues impacting our community and to facilitate change surrounding but not limited to substance abuse..read more....read more

Photo Gallery
Drug Quiz Show
    2014 Drug Quiz Photo Gallery
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    View the team photos for the Town of Webb, Mount Markham, Dolgeville, Poland, Herkimer and Little Falls.

HCPC's Recent Blog Posts
Resource Documents
  • Advisory Council on Underage Alcohol Consumption

    Alcohol remains the most commonly used drug among adolescents... 2011 Annual Report.

  • Alcohol and Other Drug Use and Adolescent Brain Development

    Presenter: Dr. Ken Winters, Department of Psychiatry University of Minnesota.. more

  • Partnerships in a New Era of Prevention

    Presenter: Frances M. Harding, Director, SAMHSA's Center for Substance Abuse Prevention.. more

  • centers

    Regional treatment organizations providing chemical dependency treatment along with adult/adolescent services..complete list

  • Schools

    Schools, districts and staffing served by programs from the Herkimer Prevention Council...more

  • Presentation

    A look at what’s going on in Herkimer County as it pertains to alcohol and substance abuse in our youth and adult populations...more