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.

Awareness

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.

Join The Coalition. Make A Difference.

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Join the thousands of members across the community helping to prevent and end substance use disorder.
Partner with us by signing up. We’ll send you the latest tools and information to advocate for sobriety in Birmingham. 

Upcoming Events

Date: June 17, 2021
Location: Zoom
After losing his family, his career, and his hope due to his addiction, Mike decided to ask for help. Through the support of loved ones and the recovery community, Mike learned that recovery is possible. Mike’s story is one of perseverance, faith, fellowship and love. Join us for this live, interactive conversation as we celebrate Mike’s sobriety and spread the message of recovery! Click Here to Reserve your Spot

Date: Friday, June 18, 2021 at 11 AM CDT – 2 PM CDT
Location: Linn Park - 710 20th Street North, Birmingham, AL 35203
Stop by for lunch & get connected to resources for addiction, recovery, grief & more. Naloxone Training will be provided by Jefferson County Dept. of Health.

Date: Every Thursday at 6:30 PM
Location: The Moore Institute
Education and support group of Parents of Addicted Loves Ones. Open to everyone over the age of 18.

Date: Every Monday at 6:30 PM
Location: Double Oak Community Church

Education and support group of Parents of Addicted Loves Ones. Open to everyone over the age of 18.