The Jackson County Drug-Free Council is comprised of community volunteers interested in alcohol, tobacco, and other drug abuse (ATOD) issues who annually develop a comprehensive plan to reduce use in Jackson County. Grants are awarded annually from fees collected on DUI and drug possession charges which are used for prevention/education, intervention/treatment, and law enforcement/judicial programs or activities. Monthly meetings are held to continually educate those interested in ATOD issues and share current information or concerns. Public is always welcome.
JCDFC meetings are held on the second Tuesday of each month at 4 pm at the Community Foundation, 107 Community Drive.