SAFE, Inc. was established to combine the strengths of the public and private sectors in the community to provide alcohol and drug prevention services. This organization is the only certified substance abuse prevention agency in Glen Cove, emphasizing substance abuse intervention and education.
The SAFE organization continues to provide exceptionally high quality prevention programs in Glen Cove. It firmly believes in coordinating, communicating and cooperating with the agencies in all programs it develops. SAFE utilizes its organizational skills to facilitate the efforts, energies and ideas of community groups. It will continue its efforts as long as the need exists.
SAFE, Inc. is a not for profit organization that was incorporated as a 501 (c) 3 prevention agency in 1982. SAFE does not charge a fee for its services. Additional funding is sought through grant writing, private donation, local government and fund raising.
Funded by the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP) and NYS OASAS, the Underage Drinking – Not a Minor Problem campaign is a collaboration of the PRIDE Project Coalition and the Glen Cove Police Department to spread awareness about the dangers of underage drinking. Do you have any questions about Social Host Law? Do you know someone who is serving alcohol to teens? Call the Social Host Hotline: 516-320-7944.
Events & Programs
Tuesday, March 11th
Middle School Parent University
Lt. Ortiz will present to parents on social hosting and alcohol, tobacco, and other drug related concerns in the community from the law enforcement perspective.
7 p.m. Library, Robert M. Finley Middle School
Wednesday, March 19th
National Kick Butts Day
Teen leaders at Glen Cove High School will participate in writing a Letter to the Editor to be submitted to local press in support of tobacco free initiatives and will make announcements over the loud speaker about the importance of National Kick Butts Day.
Tuesday, April 8th
Spanish Parenting Workshop
Lt. Ortiz will speak to parents on issues regarding domestic violence and child abuse concerns from the law enforcement perspective.
7 p.m. Room 105, Deasy Elementary School
Friday, April 11th, 2014
Choices and Consequences Program
Nassau County’s District Attorney’s Office offers an interactive presentation designed to combat drunk, drugged, and reckless driving.
9 a.m. Glen Cove High School
Tuesday, April 29th, 2014
Annual Town Hall Meeting
SAFE will host an open forum for community members, coalition participants and school officials to attend and receive the Bach-Harrison Prevention Needs Assessment survey results.
7 p.m. Main Chambers, Glen Cove City Hall