Volunteer Organization

The Campbell County Prevention Council (CCPC) is a coalition of individuals and organizations coming together from all sectors of the community to work together toward a common goal: enhancing community safety and health with a primary focus on substance abuse and suicide prevention for Campbell County youth, families, and adults.

The CCPC is always seeking volunteers who wish to make a difference in our community. No experience is necessary.

  • Volunteers can select to work in any subject area that is meaningful to them: Suicide Prevention, Tobacco Use Prevention, Alcohol Misuse Prevention, Drug Abuse Prevention, and Leadership Team Opportunities.
  • Short-term and long-term volunteer opportunities are available.
  • Time invested can be adjusted to fit the volunteer’s availability.
  • Volunteers are kept apprised of current events and happenings primarily through email. Other options, such as text messaging meeting/event reminders or phone calls, are available if the volunteer indicates that need or preference.

We value our volunteers and offer opportunities to gain knowledge, learn new skills, meet new people, broaden networks, and expand horizons. Volunteers are provided with ongoing education and continuous support from staff.

What is Required?

Volunteers must possess a desire to make a difference in the community.

  • Have access to email.
  • Attend CCPC meetings and their chosen coalition meetings as much as possible.
  • Participate in self-selected coalition activities.
  • Promote the prevention messages and projects of the CCPC.
  • Recruit one volunteer per calendar year.