Pursuing freedom & healing from addiction. At all costs.

Fighting Addiction Face To Face.

We Are Addiction Prevention Coalition.

There is one thing we all share in common; Struggle. It is indeed the most common trait between people of all ages, genders, races, and backgrounds. Though our circumstances may differ, we are all beheld to the gravity of life’s challenges. Often times, we become ashamed of our struggle or we feel overwhelmed by what seems to be insurmountable obstacles. We seek answers and solutions. and at times, we simply seek to escape. Consequently, some turn away from connection with others and community--into the darkness of isolation, and despair.

“Addiction is not a moral failing. It is a chronic illness that must be treated with skill, urgency and compassion.” - Vivek Murthy, U.S. Surgeon General


Awareness communicates information about substance use disorder, helps break the stigma of getting help early, and offers hope that recovery is possible. Awareness is the first step to invoking change.

Our vision is to prevent substance abuse and relapse by inspiring and educating people to live with hope, resilience and purpose.

We will continue to lead the way as a convener of organizations united to prevent addiction and relapse.

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Upcoming Events

Date:FRIDAY, JUNE 24, 2022
Location:Grace Episcopal Church Woodlawn
Please Join us at Grace Episcopal Church for our Pop Up Resource Fair. Lunch will also be provided. To find out more, click the here.

Date:Tuesday June 7, 2022
Back by popular demand is our "Ask Me Anything" series. We have rounded up a panel of legal experts to answer questions regarding the legal ramifications of substance use. This is a great opportunity to get answers to your questions relating to legal issues that often are associated with substance use disorders. We will be here to answer your questions related to criminal issues, family and custody issues, financial issues,  security clearance issues, and more. Bring us your question and we will do our best to answer it or direct you to someone who can! This online educational series is brought to you via Zoom by Not One More Alabama in partnership with The Drug Education Council and the Addiction Prevention Coalition. Please join us whether you prefer to remain anonymous or fully participate in the discussion.  https://us06web.zoom.us/j/89994952966?pwd=ZVU1cXA3MEc3VU04RnJxQ2gzUnQzdz09 People are encouraged to send in questions ahead of the event to mail@notonemorealabama.org. They can also ask questions live during the event via the chat or Q&A on the webinar. We will have the 4 attorneys available for the entire hour along with a moderator to ask the questions.

Date:September 21, 2022
Location:Shocco Springs Conference Center
2 Hours of Professional Development through Power School and social work CEUs (pending) will be offered. Certificates of Attendance will also be available. Don't miss this valuable IN-PERSON event at Shocco Springs Conference Center, September 21, 2022.

Date:June 29, 2022
Location:Online Event

Join us for a discussion with the Drug Education Council of Mobile.
There are many misconceptions about vaping as our children are targeted daily by product marketers as well as peers. This discussion will focus on the dangers of vaping addiction and latest information on current trends in the electronic cigarette epidemic.

Date:July 22-24, 2022
Location:The Vision Retreat Center 187 Oscar Webster Road Southeast Huntsville, AL 35803
NOMA, The Addiction Prevention Coalition and the Drug Education Council of Mobile would like to invite you to join us for a Grief Workshop for individuals/families who have lost a loved-one specifically to the disease of addiction. Get Tickets here!