The Ohio County Alliance for Methamphetamine Prevention (OCAMP) was established in 2006 through state and federal grant funding. Seven Kentucky counties originally received funding; of the seven, Ohio County is the only remaining program in the state dedicated specifically to meth prevention.
OCAMP’s primary purpose is to “Put Meth to Rest” through meth prevention and education projects throughout the community. OCAMP’s goals are:
Work with the Ohio County Sheriff’s Office and local cities law enforcement agencies in prevention, detection and reporting of manufacturing meth in the community through methamphetamine prevention projects.
Support the curriculum needs in the county school system specifically supporting methamphetamine prevention and evidence-based curriculum in our schools.
Distribute educational materials and provide presentations to community groups and events about meth abuse and prevention.
Provide HOT SPOT cards.
OCAMP has a board of directors that meet regularly.
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