Mission Statement: The mission of SUPA is to empower, inform, and impact communities about Substance Use Disorders through collaborative strategies. 

For more than 40 years DCCCA has been coordinating programs across the Midwest that provide behavioral health prevention and treatment services, recruit and train foster homes, support at risk children and youth, and traffic safety education and resources. DCCCA also cooperates with local, state, and national programs and associations to provide education, research, service, and resources when needed. Please visit www.dccca.org for more information. 

​​Oklahoma County Prescription Drug Prevention in Oklahoma City

We are the people of Mercy Health Ministry. Together, we are pioneering a new model of care. We will relentlessly pursue our goal to get health care right. Everywhere and every way that Mercy serves, we will deliver a transformative health experience. Please visit www.mercy.net for more information. 

Vision Statement: Empower Communities, Prevent Addiction, Save Lives Now. 

The Oklahoma Center for Poison and Drug Information (OCPDI) operates 24 hours a day, 365 days per year. The poison center staffs specially trained licensed pharmacists and nurses who provide emergency poisoning management advice to Oklahoma residents and health care professionals. The Oklahoma Center for Poison and Drug Information (OCPDI) exists to provide information concerning the prevention and management of potentially toxic exposures to the people of Oklahoma. Please visit http://oklahomapoison.publishpath.com/ for more information.

Several partners

What we do: The Substance Use Prevention Alliance (SUPA) consists of community volunteers working in concert with professionals to address the epidemic of abuse and misuse of legal and illegal substances. Members of SUPA are committed to bringing about positive changes in Oklahoma County by providing education to the citizens with a focus on those individuals who are ages 12 to 25. Working in collaboration with DCCCA under the guidance of the Oklahoma Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services, the goal is to reduce the number of people who overdose each year on prescription medicine and other substances, thereby improving the health and well-being of all Oklahomans.