Partners in Prevention

Partners in Prevention addresses community barriers by inspiring hope, connecting partners, and 
building trusting relationships that transform lives.

Partners in Prevention strives to include all sectors of the community in creating a better Longview through community mobilization, collaboration, and community coalitions. Partners in Prevention offers multiple opportunities for volunteers and community members to come to the planning table, and engage with others, to address community barriers of poverty, race relations, underage drinking, marijuana use, and prescription drug abuse. Partners in Prevention also offers one-to-one mentoring relationships with elementary, middle, and high school students in the greatest need with caring adult mentors. Through volunteer service, open and engaging dialogue, education and information, and community involvement the goals of our mission are being reached.

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  1. Coronavirus Update

    Gregg County Area Officials Issue Voluntary Shelter-at-Home Guidelines

    Gregg County area leaders issued guidelines for residents to voluntarily Shelter-at-Home for the next two weeks through Tuesday, April 7, due to the threat of the Coronavirus (COVID-19). Mandatory Shelter-at-Home orders could be possible soon. Read on...
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    Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates

    Access to all City of Longview News Releases about Coronavirus (COVID-19). Read on...
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    City Limits Public Access, Offers Online Services

    City of Longview offices are still operating, but have moved to limited public access to help ensure the health of our citizens. Additionally, some facilities have closed to the public. Read on...
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    Coronavirus (COVID-19) Helpful Information and Links

    The City of Longview is closely monitoring the threat of Coronavirus (COVID-19) and is dedicated to keeping its residents informed during this quickly-evolving season. Read on...
  5. Mentoring

    Partners in Prevention Needs Mentors

    Partners in Prevention Mentoring Program provides youth, Kindergarten – 12th grade, with a caring, trained, adult friend to serve as a mentor to a young person needing guidance, support and encouragement Read on...
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